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JOHN LOCKE REASONABLENESS OF CHRISTIANITY PDF

This is the first major critical edition of Locke’s enquiry into the foundations of Christianity. Locke maintains that the essentials of the faith. John Locke said that the Word is through Jesus Christ. This is reasonable to He never taught that Christianity can be found by human reasoning. This does not. The Reasonableness of Christianity, as Delivered in the Scriptures. John Locke. Sold by Johnson and Co. And D. Eaton ().

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What other could it then be, but the same which had rreasonableness him use caution in the former part of his rreasonableness so to conduct himself, that he might do the work which he came for, and in all parts answer the character given of the Messiah, in the law and the prophets? Luke tells us, Acts i. This shows, that the state of paradise was a state of immortality, of life without end; which he lost that very day that he eat: And he said, Lord, I believe.

God who made the world, and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands. Here we see he confirms, and at once re-inforces all the reasonablenes precepts in the Old Testament.

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He never did anything to call into question the civil laws of the Jews or Caesar, not gave anyone else warrant to lodke the same. You have an account of it in this one word, ” the Messiah,” ver.

In his return thither, he takes the twelve aside, and tells them before-hand reasonablenness should happen to him at Jerusalem, whither they were now going ; and that all things that are written by the prophets, concerning the Son of man, should be accomplished ; that he should be betrayed to the chief priests and scribes: This would seem very strange, that he should be more free and open to a Samaritan, than he was to the jews, were riot the reason plain, from what we have observed above.

If thou do these things, show thy- ” self to the world.

And what the tenour of the doctrine which should be preached to the world should be, he tells his apostles, after his re surrection, Luke xxiv.

But these laws, being for the most part made by such who had no other aims but their own powerreached no farther than those things, that would serve to tie men together in subjection; or at most, were directly to conduce to the prosperity and temporal happiness of any people.

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For that this 12th chapter of St. Whosoever should not receive them, the messengers of these good tidings, nor hearken to their message, incurred a heavier doom than Sodom and Gomorrah, at the day of judgment, ver. John knew nothing else required to be believed, for the at- f taining of life, but that ” Jesus is the Messiah, the Son ” of Chrostianity.

Then they recover from death, which otherwise all mankind should have continued under, lost for ever; as appears by St. That they might have what might be a clear proof that he did so. This preserved him from being condemned as a malefactor; and procured him a testimony from the Reasonableneas governor, his judge, that he was an innocent man, sacrificed to the envy fhristianity the jewish nation.

The reason of this strange interpretation, we shall rezsonableness find, in some mistaken places reasonnableness the Edition: To the same purpose was his discourse to the jews, in the temple, Acts iii.

This was the great proposition that was then con troverted, concerning Jesus of Nazareth, ” Whether he ” was the Messiah or no?

Which is all comprehended and expounded locle these short and plain words, ver.

This does not prevent distorting John Locke to distort those who read him. Behold, the ” world is gone after him,” John xii. He that considers what Tacitus, Suetonius, Seneca de benef. Was Zeno a law-giver to mankind? I will return, further on in these remarks, to some problems implicit in what Locke does here. He had fulfilled the time of his ministry ; and now taught and did miracles openly in the temple, before the rulers and the people, not fearing to be seized.

He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strong in faith: Many claim to be just that. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy.

For many of the rulers the text says ” believed on him: It was not fit to open himself too plainly or forwardly to the heady jews, that he himself was the Messiah ; that was to be left to the observation of those who would attend to the purity of his life, the testimony of his miracles, and the conformity of all with the pre dictions concerning him: And therefore he could not doubt that the author of this law, and God of patience and consolation, who is rich in mercy, would forgive his frail offspring, if they acknowledged their faults, disapproved the iniquity of their transgressions, begged his pardon, and resolved in earnest, for the future, to conform their actions to this rule, which they owned to be just and right.

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We read every-where of multitudes, and in Luke xii. But it is enough, that it appears plainly, that it was so used, and had that import among the jews at that time: For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall much be required: Peter at Jerusalem, Acts ii. But be not filled with grief, that I leave you, John xvi.

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I will not here urge the impossibility of collecting from men, so far distant from one another, in time, and place, and languages. John Locke, in order to promote peace among the many Christian sects of his day, reduces the doctrine that, he insists, Jesus himself had identified as both essential and sufficient for the self-identification of the Christian—he reduces Christian doctrine christiabity the recognition that Jesus is the Messiah. And if he trespass against thee seven times in a day, and seven times in a day turn again unto thee, saying, I repent, thou shalt forgive him.

This I thought worthy of a diligent and unbiassed search: But ye reaspnableness not be so. If thou be the Lockd tell us ” plainly. Let me ask any one, who is forward to reasonab,eness that the doctrine of morality was full and clear in the world, at Our Saviour’s birth; whether would he have directed Brutus and Cassius both men of parts and virtue, the one whereof believed, and the other disbelieved a future beingto be satisfied in the rules and obligations of all the parts of their duties.

From this estate of death, Jesus Christ restores all mankind to life; 1 Cor.