The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor ...: Ductor dubitantium, part 1, books I and II

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RULE
59
law of nature or is any ways to be supposed to be consonant to the will
79
that mixture
79
Whether a man can be wholly without conscience
83
An argument not sufficient nor competent though it do persuade us to
92
Whether it be lawful to use argumenta ad hominem C II r vi 10 p
95
A conscience determined by the counsel of wise men even against its
102
The goodness of an object is not made by conscience but is accepted
120
OF THE CONFIDENT OR ERRONEOUS CONSCIENCE
126
A conscience erring vincibly or culpably is an unavoidable cause of sin
137
An innocent or invincibly erring conscience is to be obeyed even against
143
OF THE PROBABLE OR THINKING CONSCIENCE
150
Whether a moral demonstration be a sufficient ground of certainty in duties
152
Of two opinions equally probable upon the account of their proper reasons
181
RULE PAGE
184
Whether when two probable opinions are practically compared it is lawful
185
It is not lawful to change our practical sentence about the same object
192
Whether a will not sufficiently ratified according to the civil law be valid
197
In following the authority of men no rule can be antecedently given
205
He that enquires of several doctors until he find one answering according
216
A privative doubt cannot of itself hinder a man from acting what he
224
It is lawful for the conscience to proceed to action against a doubt that
232
RULE
237
Whether the lesser evil in respect of the greater hath the nature of good
251
OF THE SCRUPULOUS CONSCIENCE
262
He that is troubled with scruples ought to rely upon the judgment of
268
SECOND BOOK
277
jure naturali
279
BOOK II
280
Whether the christian law be a collected body of the laws of nature
298
The law of nature is the foundation of all laws and the measure of their
307
The first or greatest band of the law of nature is fear of punishment
314
Sins against the law of nature are greater or less not by that proportion
326
Actions which are forbidden by the law of nature either for defect
329
Whether it be against the law of nations to do
392
The ten commandments of Moses commonly called the moral law is
404
Every thing in the decalogue is not obligatory to Christians is not a por
412
Whether it be lawful to make a picture or image of
420
Whether it be lawful for Christians to worship God by an image
429
Whether it be lawful to make an image
444
Whether tradition after the consignation of the canon of scriptures be
449
181
451
How we are to celebrate the Lords
463
Whether spiritual persons should be exempt from secular jurisdiction
470
There is no state of men or things but is to be guided by the proportion
474
Whether it is lawful for a prince to permit any thing for the public neces
476
Whether the precedents of the Old testament are a law to them that go
484
Of the use of examples in the Old and New testament
491
OF THE INTERPRETATION AND OBLIGATION OF THE LAWS OF JESUS CHRIST
496
When a negative and an affirmative seem opposite in any sense
503
RULE
511
Whether the arguments of an old heretic new made use of still increase
514
The institution of a rite or sacrament by our blessed Saviour is a direct
533
Whether in the holy eucharist whole Christ be received under each kind
544
Why the law of Moses consisted of negatives all but
548
Who are truly and innocently weak and to be complied with
554
Whether it be lawful to break the vow and bonds of marriage to enter into
561
What are the notes of difference between counsels and commands evan
573
Of willworship
579
Whether it be as great a sin to teach for necessary doctrines the prohibitions
587
Whether there be any or what are those rules by which we may discern
597
The christian law both of faith and manners is fully contained in the holy
598
Whether traditions can be proved out of scripture c III r xiv 38 p
625
Whether a council or the doctors of the church can give sufficient authority
632
natural
659
Whether a man be bound to weep as often as he thinks of his
680
Evangelical laws given to one concerning the duty of another do in that
689
Whether the holy scriptures contain the whole will of
696

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Strona 531 - When you glorify the Lord, exalt him as much as you can : for even yet will he far exceed. And when you exalt him, put forth all your strength, and be not weary; for you can never go far enough.
Strona 601 - I HEARD a voice from heaven, saying unto me, Write, From henceforth blessed are the dead which die in the Lord : even so saith the Spirit ; for they rest from their labours.
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