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by George Thomas Ashley

eBook From Bondage To Liberty In Religion: A Spiritual Autobiography (1919) download ISBN: 1436854156
Author: George Thomas Ashley
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 29, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 244
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Category: Biography
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The spiritual autobiography's intense focus on the individual has led scholars to see it as a precursor to the novel . Ashley, George T. (George Thomas). From Bondage to Liberty in Religion: A Spiritual Autobiography.

Moreover, because, as G. A. Starr argues, English Protestantism had rejected the "otherworldliness" of Catholicism "and insisted on the compatibility of earthly and spiritual callings," the "utterly mundane activities could be drawn upon to illustrate and enforce religious duties.

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By the beacon press, inc. All rights reserved. The man who, in these revolutionary days, takes religion seriously there are many who do not must make a journey which is fraught with as many surprises and filled with as many anxieties especially if it be a pilgrimage from orthodoxy to personal independence as that which the explorer encounters in a voyage to the North Pole or the jungles of Africa. At every turning of the way he must be prepared for disillusions and the discovery of facts and errors which call for unlimited courage and boundless faith.

A Spiritual Autobiography. Author: George T. Ashley . Release Date: March 25, 2010. This book is simply the story of my own religious life from my early childhood to the present time, in its various transitions from the narrowest orthodoxy to a broad, liberal, rational religious faith. To continue all the while to believe in religion while one is pursuing a course of reasoning which is bound to shatter many of the interpretations of it which one has previously accepted, requires the kind of intellectual endurance and the quality of faith which characterize the inventor, or the scientific explorer.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking From Bondage to Liberty in Religion A Spiritual Autobiography as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. By. George t. The beacon press boston. The new call to preach. From bondage to liberty in religion. A religious autobiography. Chapter I. My childhood, youth and education. Chapter II. Seeking liberty. Chapter III. New visions and disturbances.

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