Translated into English by John Rolleston Earle. With a biographical sketch of the theologian by Hermann Adolph Fechner. Very good copy with a substantial number of uncut pages. Presentation inscription reads "With the compliments of the OHM to G Strachan Eng, whose symbol now is.." followed by an ink-stamped symbol. Otherwise clean and bright copy. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: De Electione Gratiae and Quaestiones ...
Año de publicación: 1930
Condición del libro: Very Good
Descripción Constable, London, 1930. 1st ed.. Spine a little bumped; owner's name. Text in English, with biographical sketch. Used - Very Good. VG hardback (no dustjacket). Nº de ref. de la librería BOOKS029170I
Descripción London: 1930., Constable and Company, 1930. Hardcover. IN ENGLISH - lxx, , 325 p.; 22.5 cm. Quaestiones begin on p. . (Buddecke, Jakob Bohme-Ausgaben, 2. Teil: Ubers., no. 87) `8. It is said: No longer to be doing is the greatest or best repentance. This is the case when the ground of the soul begins to be still from imag- ining, and enters into its abyss. This the soul has power to do, unless it be already a thistle; then it runs and grows till the end of its time. Yet there is no judgment from without upon it, but only its own judgment, as long as it remains in the life of this world,until the time of harvest. But it is difficult if the inner and also the outer ground of the external con- stellation be false:such commonly run on so to the end.Then comes the repen tance of Judas; and tickling and flattering with the sufferings of Christ avails little, when no root of faith is there. 9. The pomp of the splendid funeral of the dead animal is merely the scorn and derision of the devil,by which he mocks the soul.For imputed grace from without is of no effect,that we should be absolved with outward words of grace,asa lord or prince grants a murderer his life out of clemency. No. The imputed grace of Christ must be manifested in us, in the inward Ground of the soul, and be our life. 10. Repentance should not be put off tothe end,foran old tree takes root badly. If Christ is not in the soul, there is no grace or forgiveness of sin. For Christ himself isthe forgiveness of sin,who with his blood transmutes inour soul the introduced abominations in God's wrath. Thus, in the presence of the Pharisees, he said to the man sick of the palsy: Thy sins are forgiven thee. This was accomplished when he seized the voice of Christ in his soul; then the living Word within him forgave him his sins.' (p. 263 f.) Good spotted navy cloth. Spine title: On the Election of Grace. Nº de ref. de la librería 018227
Descripción Constable and Company: London, 1930. Translated from the German by John Rolleston Earle. lxx+327pp. Library sticker fep, some light scattered foxing, some annotation in pencil and pen but o/w a good hardback copy rebound for library use in green cloth binding with gt.sp. Nº de ref. de la librería 1280