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Named pope while yet a subdeacon, to thwart the Monophysites. Exiled through a forgery of his political and religious enemies, died of starvation in prison, probably in Silvia, Saint - The mother of St. Associated with the brown scapular.
Jerome Sisinnius, Pope - Successor of John VII, he was consecrated probably 15 January,and died after a brief pontificate of about three weeks; he was buried in St. Sixtus who is commemorated in the Eucharistic Prayer. S Sloth - One of the seven capital sins. In general it means disinclination to labour or exertion Smalkaldic League - A politico-religious alliance formally concluded on 27 Feb.
It has been held that there is no distinct problem for a science of sociology, no feature of human society not already provided for in the accepted social sciences Socinianism - The body of doctrine held by one of the numerous Antitrinitarian sects to which the Reformation gave birth Socrates - Fourth-century Church historian Socrates - Greek philosopher B.
C Song, Religious - The general designation given to the numerous poetical and musical creations which have come into existence in the course of time and are used in connection with public Divine worship, but which are not included in the official liturgy on account of their more free and subjective character Son of God - Includes uses from the Old and New Testaments Son of Man - Several instances of its use are detailed Sophists - A group of Greek teachers who flourished at the end of the fifth century B.
C Sophonias - The ninth of the twelve Minor Prophets of the Canon of the Old Testament; preached and wrote in the second half of the seventh century B.
A Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Feast of the Seven - The object of these feats is the spiritual martyrdom of the Mother of God and her compassion with the sufferings of her Divine Son Soter and Caius, Saints - Popes, having their feast together on 22 April Soul - The question of the reality of the soul and its distinction from the body is among the most important problems of philosophy, for with it is bound up the doctrine of a future life Soul, Faculties of the - Article covers the meaning and classification South Carolina - One of the thirteen original colonies of the United States Southwell, Venerable Robert - Biography of the English poet, Jesuit, and martyr.
He was hanged in Sozomen, Salaminius Hermias - One of the famous historians of the early Church, born at Bethelia, a small town near Gaza in Palestine Space - The idea of space is one of the most important in the philosophy of the material world; for centuries it has preoccupied and puzzled philosophers and psychologists Spain - This name properly signifies the whole peninsula which forms the south-western extremity of Europe.
Since the political separation of Portugal, however, the name has gradually come to be restricted to the largest of the four political divisions of the Peninsula: Born at Amsterdam, 24 Nov. Criticizes excesses at both ends of the spectrum: The patron saint of Poland Stanza - An Italian word signifying room, chamber, apartment.
Stephen, Saint - First King of Hungary. Baptized at the age of 10 by St.
Adalbert, and died in The Gospel According to Spiritism (L'Évangile Selon le Spiritisme in French), by Allan Kardec relates the teachings of Jesus to Kardecist Spiritism, the moral and religious philosophy that Kardec had been publishing.
It is intended to demonstrate that Spiritism clarifies and extends the most important teachings of 5/5(2). of the commandments: 4 - 5. - The need for charity, according to Saint Paul: 6 - 7. - Without the Church there is no salvation.
Without truth there is no salvation: 8 - 9.
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The Gospel According to Spiritism (L'vangile Selon le Spiritisme in French), by Allan Kardec is a book published in that relates the teachings of Jesus to Kardecist Spiritism, the moral and. THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO SPIRITISM Contains explanations of the moral maxims of Christ in accordance with Spiritism and their application in .
We hope The Gospel According to Spiritism will be the first in a series of all the Kardec works. The Gospel According to Spiritism is the Spiritists view and explanation of the New Testament as brought to us by the Spirits and codified by Allan Kardec.5/5(4).