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Mary Woolnoth, Lombard Street. These two sermons are quoted in Fors Clavigera.
18 This paragraph is a loose quotation from passages in that remarkable book, Christianity a Civilized Heathenism, which was put into my hands during the progress of these addresses in Boston.
19 Adapted from a collect in the fragmentary Leonine Sacramentary.
20 Cf. The Law of Civilization and Decay, by Brooks Adams.
21 The Reverend Charles Ferguson visited me during the revision of this address, and once for all I credit to him all that is good in it.
22 The Ethics of Citizenship, p. 73.
38 Miss Wilkins has a story (Calla-Lilies and Hannah, in A New England Nun) which faithfully illustrates this.
24 De Incar. Verbi, Cc. xxvii.-xxxii.
36 In a sensible sermon on “What the Church might do for London," preached in St. Edmund's, Lombard Street, in Lent, 1895, the Reverend Stewart Headiam maintained this proposition with great force. The sermon is printed in A Lent in London, p. 127. (Longmans.)
20 Ethics of Citizenship, p. 46. 27 Lamennais. 38 Gregory of Nyssa, nepż puxñs vai avabrábews, i., “Look up to heaven, and consider the depths below ; extend thy thought on this side and then on that, to the ends of the whole universe ; and enquire what is the power which holds these together, and becomes, as it were, a bond to unite the whole. Then wilt thou see how spontaneously the idea of the divine power imprints on thy mind the figure of the Cross, reaching from the heights
above to the depths beneath, and stretching on both sides to the utmost bounds of space.”
Cf. Rufinus, Expositio Symb. Apost., xiv. Commenting upon the great passage in the Epistle to the Ephesians concerning “the length and breadth and height,” the Aquileian begins : Altitudo ergo et latitudo et profundum descriptio crucis est, and runs on with the thought. Cf. Basil, Com. in Is. xi. 12 (cap. 249).
20 Lactantius, Institutiones Divina, iv, 26. Extendit ergo in passione manus suas orbemque dimensus est ut iam tunc ostenderet ab ortu solis usque ad occasum magnum populum ex omnibus linguis et tribubus congregatum sub alas suas esse venturum, signumque illud maximum atque sublime frontibus suis suscepturum.
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