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He 3rd, revised and improved variation of this single-volume heritage of Christian spirituality incorporates a new bankruptcy at the 21st-century. Writen from a special and specific viewpoint, Richard Woods analyzes the foundation and improvement of spirituality within the context of old occasions of the period.
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He 3rd, revised and improved version of this single-volume heritage of Christian spirituality encompasses a new bankruptcy at the 21st-century. Writen from a special and distinctive point of view, Richard Woods analyzes the starting place and improvement of spirituality within the context of old occasions of the interval.
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Satan's first home on earth had been the temple of of evil spirits. , p. 45. Whenever one of their children by some by B. 4 chance was baptized in a Catholic church, they washed with dirty water. off the taint WALDENSES AND CATHARI 28 the wearer of the pontifical tiara could not possibly be even a disciple of Him who wore a crown The clergy from the of thorns, was indeed antichrist. the sacraments pharisees; were lowest to the highest infant baptism, the sacrificial mass were declared to have no warrant in Scripture, to be mere figments of heretic ; — — the imagination.
There were numerous passages descriptive to of the discrepancy between the earthly and the heavenly. ' One Christ said, Catharan tenet was that Jehovah, the God of the Old Testament, was the malign creator. For he was a sanguinary deity, dealing in curses and violence, wars and massacres. What single point in common, urged the Catharan, was there between this deity and that of the New Testament, who desired mercy and forgiveness ? The Catharan dubbed Jehovah a deceiver, a thief, a vulgar juggler.
8 ii, as pp. 37-68. His spirit. WALDENSES AND CATHARI There was, therefore, no and death, of 25 course no resurrection. 1 The dogma of the expiatory character of Christ's the Cathari necessarily rejected. He came, according to them, solely to teach the duty of penitence and to show the way to salvation, which lay only through life membership of the Catharan church. The Virgin Mary possessed body as Christ the same form of celestial though apparently a woman, she was ; actually sexless. Some — Cathari held that the Virgin was only symbolical of the Catharan church.
Christian Spirituality: God's Presence Through the Ages by Richard J. Woods