Tag Archives: Nathaniel Hawthorne

Love’s Own Light

Whether unto grace or guilt, all must live through Him, Live in vital joy, or live in dying woe: Death in Adam, life in Christ; the curse hung upon the cross: Who art thou that heedest of redemption, as narrower … Continue reading

Posted in Charity, Christian Europe, Pride of intellect, Rationalism | Tagged | Leave a comment

Unstudied from the Heart

Now as he was speaking with me, I was in a deep sleep on my face toward the ground: but he touched me, and set me upright. And he said, Behold, I will make thee know what shall be in … Continue reading

Posted in Christ, Fear of racist label, Religion of Satan | Tagged , | 1 Comment

That Other Realm

A kind providence has placed in our breasts a hatred of the unjust and cruel, in order that we may preserve ourselves from cruelty and injustice. They who bear cruelty, are accomplices in it. The pretended gentleness which excludes that … Continue reading

Posted in Classical liberalism, Democracy, Faithful hearts, Jacobinism, Mercy | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment