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Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. PAoa Difference between the moral teaching of a philosophy and that of a- religion 1 Moral efficacy of the Christian sense of sin . 5 The penitential system .« 6 Admirable efficacy of Christianity in eliciting disinterested enthusiasm 8 Great purity of the early Christians 11 The promise of the Church for many centuries falsified . 12 G-eneral sketch of the moral condition of the Byzantine and Western Empires 18 The question to be examined in this chapter is, the cause of this comparatiye failure 17 First Consequence qf Christianity, a new Sense qf the Sanctity of Hwrnaml Afe This sense only yeiy gradually acquired . That the commission of great crimes, or the omission of great ■duties, may be expiated hereafter, was indeed an idea familiar to the Pagans, though it exercised little influence over their lives, and seldom or never produced, even in the case of the worst criminals, those scenes of deathbed repentance whidi Are so conspicuous in Christian biographies. It would be difficult to overrate its influence in the sphere we have next to examine. 367, any one connected with the Palatine,^ being condemned to fight. But, in the first place, all charities that foster habits of forethought and develop new capacities in the poorer classes, such as popular education, or the formadon of savings banks, or insurance companies, or, in many cases, small and discriminating loans, or measures directed to the suppression of dissipation, are in the strictest sense productive ; and the same may be said of many forms of employment, given in exceptional crises through charitable motives; and, in the next place, it is only necessary to remember that the happiness of mankind, to which the accumulation of wealth should only be regarded as a means, is the real object of charity, and it will appear that many forms which are not strictly productive, in the commercial sense, are 'in the highest degree conducive to this end, and have no serious counteracting evil. 9.) he went into his garden, lest the ^ ' Quemadmodum se jam divi- sigfat of the trees should disturb tem non esse sciebat, ita etiam hie mind. patrem se esse neseiret.' — Cassian, Aneniu B could not bear the rust- De Ccmo Morum Institi Ut B, iv. ling of the reeds (ibid.); and a V 126 HISTOBY OF EUBOPEAN MOBALS. * Ferhap B,' she calmly answered, * it was for this very purpose he died, that he should not throw any obstacle in my way.' Her words were more than an answer ; they were an oracle. tendebat in littore, Euffina jam Omnes suos pauperes, pauper ior nnbilis at suas ezpectaret nuptias ipsa dimisit.' — ibid. from disposing of their property in a manner that would not redound to the advantage of their souls. Gregory Nazianzen had made potest juvenis tolerare qnemcnnqao this request, which was faithfully imposuerit laborom qui poterit observed. Bomtialdy the founder of the Camaldolites, counted his father among his spiritual children, and on one occasion punished him by flagellation.* The first nun whom St. The intellectual cause, which was by no means unconnected with the political one, was the gi*owing ascend- i 140 HISTOBT OF EUSOPEAN ICOBALS. Ascetic Chrlstiaiiiiy decisively diverted moral enthusiasm into another channel, and the civic virtues, in consequence, necessarily declined. cause, after the conquest, the Dla- ' See Sismondi, Eist. haye agun and again exhibited the same pbeoomenaii.

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We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. Christianity made it a deterrent influence of the strongest kind. It is the dis- tinguishuig and transcendent characteristic of every society into which the spirit of Christianity has passed. purveyors of gladiators, fix)in bribing servants of the palace to enrol themselves as combatants.^ Valentinian, in a.d. It has elucidated more clearly, and in greater detail than had before been done, the effect of provident self-interest in determining the ' Pinel, Trai U midico-ph Uoso- * See the dreadful descriptioa phi^e, pp. It has proved that the first condition of the rapid accumulation of capital is the diversion of money from unproductive to productive channels, and that the amount of accumulated capital is one of the two regulating influences of the wages of the labourer. Jerome describes the scene oculos, pietatom in filios pietate in at her departure with admiring Deum superans. * Descendit ad portum matrem ut Christi probaret ancil- fratre, cognatis, affinibus et quod lam.' — Ep. In another place majus est liberis prosequentibus, he says of her : ' Testis est Jesus, et dementi ssimam matrem pietate ne unum quidem nummum ab ea Tincere cupientibus. His body was repeatedly thrown up fix)m the grave, and it was only suffered to rest in peace when St. The destruction of this spirit in the Eoman Empire was due, as we have seen, to two causes — one of them being political and the other intellectual. They supply the channel in which moral enthusiasm flows, the banner under which it is enlisted, the mould in which it is cast, the ideal to which it tends. In authority for the story of ttie Gkiul, the orthodox clergy favoured treachery, which is not believed the invasions of the Franks, who, bv Gibbon.

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