causes, evils and remedy of false shame in the affairs of religion
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causes, evils and remedy of false shame in the affairs of religion a sermon delivered Wednesday, June 30, 1819, at Lewes, before the Southern Unitarian Society for the distribution of books and the promotion of virtue by John Evans

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Published by Printed by G. Smallfield ... in London .
Written in English


  • Unitarians -- England -- Lewes -- Sermons.,
  • Sermons, English -- England -- Lewes -- 19th century.,
  • Unitarianism -- Sermons.,
  • Shame -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.

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Statementby John Evans, A.M..
ContributionsSmallfield, George, printer., Eaton, D., bookseller., Wiche, T., bookseller., Southern Unitarian Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination33, [3]p. ;
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16164262M

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  The shame-based child becomes the adult “human doing” who can never outrun his or her shame. There are two types of shame: shame for who you are and shame for what you have done.   A common complaint against religion is that it is guilt-inducing. Sometimes the complaints are tongue-in-cheek, as when sitcoms and comedians make . The range of salvational causes is practically limitless, but whether religion, ideology, nation, family, wealth, happiness, love or any other sentiment, they are reverentially served while.   If you’ve ever been called self-absorbed, you can be sure you weren’t getting a only is the root definition of the term negative, but it’s also saturated with unfavorable.

  It’s a shame Gene Roddenberry didn’t formally invent his own religion; Stovokor sounds like a lot of fun. Once you finally realize your head has been filled with utter nonsense, you must then purge such garbage from your mind if you want your brain to be functional again. That can take considerably longer, assuming you succeed at all. Hubris (/ ˈ h juː b r ɪ s /, from ancient Greek ὕβρις) describes a personality quality of extreme or foolish pride or dangerous overconfidence, often in combination with (or synonymous with) arrogance. The term "arrogance" comes from the Latin adrogare, meaning to feel that oneself has a right to demand certain attitudes and behaviors from other people.   As evil and deplorable as it is, sex and childhood became linked in their minds. If a man’s first exposure to human sexuality is pornography, it becomes his turn-on. His safe, happy place when.   At some early point in our lives, most of us absorbed this false belief that causes the feeling of shame. As a result of not feeling seen, loved, valued and understood, we developed the belief that we were not being loved because there was something wrong with us. While some children were told outright that they were not okay -- that they were.

  Religion and Sexual Shame Sex is a powerful human force: it’s natural, healthy, normal and wonderful. However, Western religion has spent millennia tainting it with shame. Others try to focus onto something else, whether reading a book, watching a TV show, focusing on the trees and flowers seen on a walk, the lyrics in a song, or really anything that is going on around the sufferer. Like with any compulsion, resisting ruminating will likely cause anxiety levels to rise, temporarily.   Religion has caused a lot of unnecessary pain to mankind, despite whatever truth and good intentions their followers may hold. Restrictive, false and dangerous religious beliefs abound throughout the world, and dominate the mainstream teachings of organized religion.   Religion, unfortunately, provides a useful cover and powerful motivator for the evil-hearted. That religion can be so markedly different in the hands of the power-hungry, as opposed to the.