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Christian fortitude particularly recommended in times of danger

Samuel Glasse

Christian fortitude particularly recommended in times of danger

A sermon preached at the Chapel-Royal, St. James"s, on Sunday, July 4, 1779. By S. Glasse, ...

by Samuel Glasse

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Published by printed by John Rivington, Jun. For John Francis, and Charles Rivington in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4272, no. 09).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4272, no. 09.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],21,[1]p.
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17023507M

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Christian fortitude particularly recommended in times of danger.: a sermon preached at the Chapel-Royal, St. James's, on Sunday, July 4, By S. Glasse, D.D.F.R.S. and Chaplain in. Courage (also called bravery or valour) is the choice and willingness to confront agony, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation.

Physical courage is bravery in the face of physical pain, hardship, even death or threat of death, while moral courage is the ability to act rightly in the face of popular opposition, shame, scandal, discouragement, or personal loss.

Fortitude allows us to overcome fear and to remain steady in our will in the face of obstacles, but it is always reasoned and reasonable; the person exercising fortitude does not seek danger for danger's sake.

Prudence and justice are the virtues through which we decide what needs to be done; fortitude gives us the strength to do it.

Although the word fortitude is rarely used in the most popular versions of the Bible, the concept is addressed often. Instead of fortitude, the word endurance, strength, or perseverance is used more often in our Bibles. Not only is fortitude a great quality, but we are commanded to pursue it (1 Timothy ; 2 Timothy ; 1 Peter –6).

does not seek danger for danger's sake. Prudence and justice are the virtues through which we decide what needs to be done; fortitude gives us the strength to do it. Fortitude is the only one of the cardinal virtues that is also a gift of the Holy Spirit, allowing us to rise above our natural fears in defence of the Christian faith.

Temperance. Indeed, part of the virtue of fortitude, as Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J. notes in his Modern Catholic Dictionary, is the "curbing of recklessness." Putting our bodies or lives in danger when it is not necessary is not fortitude but foolishness; acting rashly is not a.

Fortitude binds the will firmly to the good of reason in the face of the greatest evils, and the most fearful of all bodily evils is death. Fortitude is the virtue that moderates the emotions of fear and daring in accordance with right reason. It is not, as some are wont to believe, extraordinary daring.

“True Christian fortitude consists in strength of mind, through grace, exerted in two things; in ruling and suppressing the evil and unruly passions and affections of the mind; and in steadfastly and freely exerting and following good affections and dispositions, without.

What is fortitude. Fortitude is the moral virtue that ensures firmness in difficulties and constancy in the pursuit of the good. It strengthens the resolve to resist temptations and to overcome obstacles in the moral life.” –CCC Living with fortitude. Fortitude is a heroic virtue. Stanley Martin Hauerwas (born ) is an American theologian, ethicist, and public as was a longtime professor at Duke University, serving as the Gilbert T.

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Fortitude definition is - strength of mind that enables a person to encounter danger or bear pain or adversity with courage.

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Their mission: retrieve a particularly dangerous book. But by the time they arrive, it’s already been stolen. Now Irene is caught in a puzzling web of deadly danger. FORTITUDE, VIRTUE OF Courage of soul that enables a person to adopt and adhere to a reasonable course of action when faced with the danger of death or other grave peril.

In a wide sense fortitude can be understood as a general virtue, i.e., as a characteristic of all virtue, because of its very nature any true virtue must be firm and not readily subject to change.

For some time now, I’ve been thinking a good deal about the importance of cultivating the virtue of fortitude as a dimension of spiritual formation in the modern seminary. The spread of Covid In early Christian times, and even in parts of the world today, this possibility of being killed for the sake of the faith was and is very present, and so the Church has been provided with the.

1 day ago  All individuals, Christian or not, were to exercise their consciences freely. Conscience was and remains an internal guide by which citizens determine and act in response to good and evil, right and wrong, freedom and oppression. All persons, especially Christian persons, are to function as citizens on the basis of their consciences.

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Christian revelation offers a meaningful explanation of this paradox. On the one hand, it admits the natural virtue of fortitude, which is praised in many places in the Bible. The "wisdom literature" reflects this, for example, in the book of Job, saying that "man's life on earth is warfare".

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