3 edition of The character outcome of present-day religion found in the catalog.
The character outcome of present-day religion
Betts, George Herbert
|Statement||[by] George Herbert Betts.|
|Series||The Abingdon religious education monographs, History of religions preservation project -- MN41778.4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||117|
Character Lessons. In addition to the doctrinal, allegorical, and historic lessons to be gained from a study of the book of Job, there are a number of important character attributes illustrated therein. 1. The patience of Job—bearing up over the removal of all our temporal possessions and even our health, still praising the Lord. 2. Any religion lives within a society, and the ethical sensibility of that society, as defined by the laws, is what should dictate the external behavior. The freedom of [expressing a] religion, in other words, is a personal right that ends where the society has a different position.
The character John Proctor faces a similar predictament in The Crucible. Based on the actual events of the Salem Witch Trials, Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible, surrounding accusations of witchcraft in Salem where Abigail Williams, a young girl, accused several men and women in the town of Salem with the charge of witchcraft, resulting. The solution revolves around the kind of character we wish to instill in our offspring. As an alternative to humanistic ideas, we need to examine afresh ideas that are found in the Book of books—the Bible. It contains advice that emanates from the Creator of life itself, teaching that God is the author of true character.
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Get this from a library. The character outcome of present-day religion; churchmen judge the effect of current teaching and preaching. [George Herbert Betts]. The character outcome of present-day religion. New York: Abingdon Press. This book is a study of the responses of three hundred participants in the conference on religion and conduct at Northwestern University to two questions Betts addressed to them: do our churches today preach a religion that can effectively influence conduct and.
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