Erring, yet noble; A tale of and for women

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Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 Excerpt: ...and marriage; aye, a polluted woman. A creature who laughed at the Scriptures, and set up her own vain imaginings, or those of a deceitful philosophy, in the place of the teachings of heaven. A woman who dared shamelessly to hold a belief that wedlock, that most sacred of institutions, was but a pious, time-sanctioned farce. A vile creature, who had lost her personal purity; a woman whom not all th» centuries since the flood or all the purgations of earth could restore to the spotless purity which is the crown of woman. Surely it was doubtful whether forgiveness could ever be accorded to such a wretch; and most surely forgiveness, even if accorded, could never bring oblivion. And such a creature to become her Charles' wife, her daughter! Impossible. The world would cast such a woman as this, when discovered, beyond its pale; and. rightly, justly; its safety and respectability demanded it. And suppose that, in the course of time, Julia Witherson's early error was discovered; this might chance--a casual word, after the lapse of years, might do the work; why, then, what a disgraceful doom were hers! The world never forgives such a sin as this. And a woman thus situated, to become her daughter, and the wife of her son! Impossible. Abominable! Heaven itself, in its infinite mercy, could scarcely forgive such a sinner; how could she, whose powers were but finite, ever go further than heaven itself, and not only forgive, but love, honor, and reward? Beside, could such a woman as this truly repent and truly reform? Could such a reformation and repentance be lasting1 Could such a creature make a good wife? a good mother? The very question seems most bitterly absurd. Besides, a man married, joined for life, to a woman who has once erred, cannot be long happy wit...

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Descripción RareBooksClub. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 144 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.3in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 Excerpt: . . . and marriage; aye, a polluted woman. A creature who laughed at the Scriptures, and set up her own vain imaginings, or those of a deceitful philosophy, in the place of the teachings of heaven. A woman who dared shamelessly to hold a belief that wedlock, that most sacred of institutions, was but a pious, time-sanctioned farce. A vile creature, who had lost her personal purity; a woman whom not all th centuries since the flood or all the purgations of earth could restore to the spotless purity which is the crown of woman. Surely it was doubtful whether forgiveness could ever be accorded to such a wretch; and most surely forgiveness, even if accorded, could never bring oblivion. And such a creature to become her Charles wife, her daughter! Impossible. The world would cast such a woman as this, when discovered, beyond its pale; and. rightly, justly; its safety and respectability demanded it. And suppose that, in the course of time, Julia Withersons early error was discovered; this might chance--a casual word, after the lapse of years, might do the work; why, then, what a disgraceful doom were hers! The world never forgives such a sin as this. And a woman thus situated, to become her daughter, and the wife of her son! Impossible. Abominable! Heaven itself, in its infinite mercy, could scarcely forgive such a sinner; how could she, whose powers were but finite, ever go further than heaven itself, and not only forgive, but love, honor, and reward Beside, could such a woman as this truly repent and truly reform Could such a reformation and repentance be lasting1 Could such a creature make a good wife a good mother The very question seems most bitterly absurd. Besides, a man married, joined for life, to a woman who has once erred, cannot be long happy wit. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9781236456731

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Descripción Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 Excerpt: .and marriage; aye, a polluted woman. A creature who laughed at the Scriptures, and set up her own vain imaginings, or those of a deceitful philosophy, in the place of the teachings of heaven. A woman who dared shamelessly to hold a belief that wedlock, that most sacred of institutions, was but a pious, time-sanctioned farce. A vile creature, who had lost her personal purity; a woman whom not all th- centuries since the flood or all the purgations of earth could restore to the spotless purity which is the crown of woman. Surely it was doubtful whether forgiveness could ever be accorded to such a wretch; and most surely forgiveness, even if accorded, could never bring oblivion. And such a creature to become her Charles wife, her daughter! Impossible. The world would cast such a woman as this, when discovered, beyond its pale; and. rightly, justly; its safety and respectability demanded it. And suppose that, in the course of time, Julia Witherson s early error was discovered; this might chance--a casual word, after the lapse of years, might do the work; why, then, what a disgraceful doom were hers! The world never forgives such a sin as this. And a woman thus situated, to become her daughter, and the wife of her son! Impossible. Abominable! Heaven itself, in its infinite mercy, could scarcely forgive such a sinner; how could she, whose powers were but finite, ever go further than heaven itself, and not only forgive, but love, honor, and reward? Beside, could such a woman as this truly repent and truly reform? Could such a reformation and repentance be lasting1 Could such a creature make a good wife? a good mother? The very question seems most bitterly absurd. Besides, a man married, joined for life, to a woman who has once erred, cannot be long happy wit. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781236456731

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Descripción Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 Excerpt: .and marriage; aye, a polluted woman. A creature who laughed at the Scriptures, and set up her own vain imaginings, or those of a deceitful philosophy, in the place of the teachings of heaven. A woman who dared shamelessly to hold a belief that wedlock, that most sacred of institutions, was but a pious, time-sanctioned farce. A vile creature, who had lost her personal purity; a woman whom not all th- centuries since the flood or all the purgations of earth could restore to the spotless purity which is the crown of woman. Surely it was doubtful whether forgiveness could ever be accorded to such a wretch; and most surely forgiveness, even if accorded, could never bring oblivion. And such a creature to become her Charles wife, her daughter! Impossible. The world would cast such a woman as this, when discovered, beyond its pale; and. rightly, justly; its safety and respectability demanded it. And suppose that, in the course of time, Julia Witherson s early error was discovered; this might chance--a casual word, after the lapse of years, might do the work; why, then, what a disgraceful doom were hers! The world never forgives such a sin as this. And a woman thus situated, to become her daughter, and the wife of her son! Impossible. Abominable! Heaven itself, in its infinite mercy, could scarcely forgive such a sinner; how could she, whose powers were but finite, ever go further than heaven itself, and not only forgive, but love, honor, and reward? Beside, could such a woman as this truly repent and truly reform? Could such a reformation and repentance be lasting1 Could such a creature make a good wife? a good mother? The very question seems most bitterly absurd. Besides, a man married, joined for life, to a woman who has once erred, cannot be long happy wit. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781236456731

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