...religion must so be the object and center to which all things tend, that whoever knows the principles of religion can give an explanation both of the whole nature of man in particular, and of the whole course of the world in general. - Pensées

Différence entre J.-C. et Mahomet. Mahomet non Read more
Qui sait si cette autre moitié de la vie où n Read more
Surge. God, wishing to show that He could form a Read more
In faith there is enough light for those who want Read more
The ordinary life of men is like that of the Read more
Qu’est-ce donc que nous crie cette avidité et ce Read more
Particular Types.—A double law, double tables o Read more
I blame equally those who choose to praise man Read more
In God the word does not differ from the Read more
S’il se vante, je l’abaisse ; s’il s’aba Read more
Augustine, De civitate Dei, v. 10. This rule is Read more
Man must not think that he is on a level either Read more
The six ages, the six Fathers of the six ages Read more
This twofold nature of man is so evident that Read more
Lust has become natural to us, and has made our Read more
This internal war of reason against the passions Read more
"The Messiah," said they, "abideth for ever, and Read more
There is internal war in man between reason and Read more