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" In how many churches, by how many prophets, tell me, is man made sensible that he is an infinite Soul ; that the earth and heavens are passing into his mind ; that he is drinking forever the soul of God? "
Every Day with Emerson - Page 101
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1902 - 99 pages
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1875
...(ip 493). In one place Emerson speaks approvingly of Sabbath and preaching, but -when he asks, " In how many churches, by how many prophets, tell me,...heavens are passing into his mind ; that he is drinking for ever the soul of God ?" (ii. 197) — when he asks, " Are there not moments in the history of heaven...
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A Discourse on Religious Education: Delivered at Hingham, May 10, 1818 ...

Andrews Norton - 1818 - 27 pages
...skulks and sneaks through the world ; " and utters the pathetic plaint, " In how many churches, and by how many prophets, tell me, is man made sensible that he is an infinite soul ; that the earth and the heavens are passing into his mind ; that he is drinking for ever the soul of God ? " Miracles,...
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Two Articles from the Princeton Review: Concerning the Transcendental ...

James Waddel Alexander, Albert Baldwin Dod - 1840 - 100 pages
...skulks and sneaks through the world ; " and utters the pathetic plaint, " In how many churches, and by how many prophets, tell me, is man made sensible that he is an infinite soul ; that the earth and the heavens are passing into his mind ; that he is drinking for ever the soul of God ? " Miracles,...
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Theological Essays

Princeton Review (Firm) - 1846 - 705 pages
...skulks and sneaks through the world :" and utters the pathetic plaint, " In how many churches, and by how many prophets, tell me, is man made sensible that he is an infinite soul ; that the earth and the heavens are passing into his mind ; that he is drinking for ever the soul of God ?" Miracles, in...
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Essays, orations and lectures

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1848 - 385 pages
...discharged. Preaching is the expression of the moral sentiment in application to the duties of life. In how many churches, by how many prophets, tell me is...heavens are passing into his mind ; that he is drinking for ever the soul of God ? " Where now sounds the persuasion, that by its very melody imparadises my...
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Essays, Lectures and Orations

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1848 - 364 pages
...discharged. Preaching is the expression of the moral sentiment in application to the duties of life. In how many churches, by how many prophets, tell me,...heavens are passing into his mind; that he is drinking for ever the soul of God ? Where now sounds the persuasion, that by its very melody imparadises my...
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Nature; Addresses, and Lectures

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1849 - 383 pages
...discharged. Preaching is the expression of the moral sentiment in application to the duties of life. In how many churches, by how many prophets,, tell me,...mind; that he is drinking forever the soul of God ? Where now sounds the persuasion, that by its very melody imparadises my heart, and so affirms its...
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The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, Volume 3

1849
...condition in its flood. He believes that he cannot escape from his good." — Essays, pp. 241 — 242. " In how many churches, by how many prophets, tell me,...mind ; that he is drinking forever the soul of God ? Where now sounds the persuasion, that by its very melody imparadises my heart, and so affirms its...
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Emerson, His Life and Writings

January Searle - 1855 - 48 pages
...inarticulate voice. . . Tn how many churches, by bow many prophets, tell mo, is mnn made sensible that ho is an infinite soul ; that the earth and heavens are passing into his mind : that he is drinking for ever the soul of God? * * The priests' Sabbath has lost the splendour of nature ; it is unlovely...
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Miscellanies: Embracing Nature, Addresses, and Lectures

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1856 - 383 pages
...discharged. Preaching is the expression of the moral sentiment in application to the duties of life. In how many churches, by how many prophets, tell me,...mind; that he is drinking forever the soul of God ? Where now sounds the persuasion, that by its very melody imparadises my heart, and so affirms its...
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