Theology And The Social Consciousness; A Study Of The Relations Of The Social Consciousness To…

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byHenry Churchill King

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Excerpt: ... and with that increasing sense of the seriousness and significance of life which so characterizes the social consciousness, to urge: "Strive to enter in." 134 The growing sense of the likeness of men does affect our thought of the future life. The best men, under the clearest light, have only begun; for the best, there is still much need of growth. Who has not begun at all? For whom is there no growth? Let us make no mistake here. It is no light-hearted indifference to character, to which the genuine social consciousness leads. No age, indeed, ever saw so clearly as ours that the most essential conditions of happiness are in character, or was more certain that sin carries with it its own inevitable consequences. It is not a less, but a more, profound sense of the seriousness of the problem of moral character, that makes us hesitate to dogmatize concerning the future life. To bring together, now, the conclusions of the chapter: The first element in the social consciousness

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Excerpt: ... and with that increasing sense of the seriousness and significance of life which so characterizes the social consciousness, to urge: "Strive to enter in." 134 The growing sense of the likeness of men does affect our thought of the future life. The best men, under the clearest light, have only begun; for the best, there is ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:54 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.11 inPublished:August 23, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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