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The law-abiding conscience, and the higher law conscience
|Statement||by Samuel T. Spear|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 5543|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
The Making of a Conscience. (Basic Books, $). and a socially comparable group whose sons were law‐abiding. The parents of the law‐breakers were by their own report more likely than. his book is dedicated to all those whose conscience tells them Power of a Clear 5 5/18/16 PM Corigted ateria. science that reminds people that there is a higher law to which all must yield. The Liar, Diabolos, doesn’t have the last word.
The Abiding Presence of Conscience: Criminal Justice Against the Law and the Modern Constitutional Imagination University of Toronto Law Journal, Vol. 61, No. 4, 38 Pages Posted: 24 Dec Last revised: 23 Mar Cited by: 2. The Higher Law book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. These thirteen selections from the polemical writings of Henry D. Thoreau r /5(12).
But when we rely on the law that God has written in our hearts and minds, we can rest assured that it can be trusted. So while the world listens to a conscience that is based on feelings, we too listen to our conscience – and His name is the Holy Spirit. The law s demands are satisfied by the Lord Jesus Christ, the substitute of sinners. He has already accomplished the work. My conscience begins to love God's law when God's law ceases to condemn me; and God's law ceases to condemn me when I am in Christ Jesus. 2. The effect of the agreement is obedience to the law — that is, the whole Word of.
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The Law-Abiding Conscience, and the Higher Law Conscience; With Remarks on the Fugitive Slave Question. a Sermon, Preached in the South Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Dec. 12, [Spear, Samuel T (Samuel Thayer) ] on *FREE* shipping on Format: Paperback. The law-abiding conscience, and the higher law conscience: with remarks on the fugitive slave question.
A sermon, preached in the South Prebbyterian church, Brooklyn, Dec. 12, ,/ by Rev. Samuel T. Spear. The justification, or attempted justification of civil disobedience may involve a resort to some higher law, or may be tactical or utilitarian; the various forms of justification, as applied to the different kinds of deliberate disobedience, are analyzed and by: The Law's Conscience is a history of equity in Anglo-American juris-prudence from the inception of the chancellor's court in medieval England to the recent civil rights and affirmative action decisions of the United States Supreme Court.
Peter Hoffer argues that equity embodies a way of looking at law, including constitutions, based on ideas of mutual fairness, public trusteeship, and equal 5/5(1). The Law-Abiding Conscience, and the Higher Law Conscience: With Remarks on the Fugitive Slave Question.
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The law-abiding conscience, and the higher law conscience; with remarks on the fugitive slave question. A sermon, preached in the South Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Dec. 12, by Spear, Samuel T. (Samuel Thayer), Pages: In this I have consulted the creed of no party, the preferences of no class of men, but the best light of my own reason, guided by the word of God.
Both consciences, the law- ahiding and the Higher Law conscience, have a place in a correct system of Christian Ethics. The first is supreme except where quali- fied by the second.
“I have never read a better book on the conscience. Naselli and Crowley base their view of conscience on a careful reading of the Scriptures.
At the same time, the book is full of practical wisdom. The biblical teaching on conscience is applied to numerous situations so that readers see how the Scriptures apply to everyday life/5(59). Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwideAuthor: G.
Kuchenhoff, M. Cowan. Calvin’s references to conscience are mostly contained in the Institutes— in Books III and IV (freedom of conscience through salvation by grace) and Book IV (the binding of conscience through rules and rituals of the Catholic Church).
which ultimately subjects them to a higher law. Getting around the law has been the common aim of millions of people of ali ages, not just of our own. It is obviously not a conscientious approach. Conscience, if it is sensitive, will want to obey a law that is just. It is interesting to recall how St.
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Law with a Conscience  By Justice Pamela Ann Abella Maxino, Associate Justice, Court of Appeals (Speech delivered during the 27th General Assembly of the Silliman University Law Association on Aug where Justice Maxino received the Outstanding SULAW Award.). SANCTUARY: A Story of American Conscience and the Law in Collision [Crittenden, Ann] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
SANCTUARY: A Story of American Conscience and the Law in CollisionAuthor: Ann Crittenden. The only training a man can be given is in applying the law of conscience to the conduct, and in the art of subjecting the other powers of the soul to its authority.
When conscience is spoken of as enlightened and unenlightened, there is applied to it what properly belongs to some of the other powers with which it is associated, particularly the understanding.
The Law's Conscience is a history of equity in Anglo-American juris-prudence from the inception of the chancellor's court in medieval England to the recent civil rights and affirmative action decisions of the United States Supreme Court. Peter Hoffer argues that equity embodies a way of looking at law, including constitutions, based on ideas of mutual fairness, public trusteeship, and equal.
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A preview of a Georgia Public Broadcasting documentary entitled "A Higher Law" that explores the origins of the American civil rights movement. Conscience: The Hofstra University School of Law Newspaper "Asking you to ask yourselves ".
The way in which the apostle expounds the law of Christian conscience is this: - Guilt is contracted by the soul, in so far as it sins against and transgresses the law of God by doing that which it believes to be wrong: not so much what is wrong as what appears to it to be wrong.
This is the doctrine distinctly laid down in the 7th and 8th verses.Chapter The Christian Conscience and the State. that require change; most of them have stood the test of time, and ought not to be disobeyed by a Christian unless his conscience convinces him of a higher law in the will of God.
For "law-abiding citizens" this does not generally require the penalties of the law to be invoked, though.the law-abiding and the higher law conscience. “Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers, for there is no power but of God; the powers that be are ordained of God.
* * * Wherefore ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience sake.”—Rom. xiii, 1, 5.