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Swedish theologian (1688-1772)

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The fact that Aurora can achieve this true, fully spiritual union with her romantic soul mate, Romney, and only partial communion with Marian Erie also reflects the conservative gender politics of Swedenborgian doctrine.
It became Swedenborgian in 1860 following its purchase for PS600 to replace an earlier place of worship acquired from Paisley's Baptists in Barr Place.
Additionally, Blake writes that an infinite number of Swedenborgian works can be produced from the works of Dante and Shakespeare (E 43), and the concluding "Song of Liberty" describes "infinite mountains of light now barr'd out by the atlantic sea" (E 44).
An index of British Nonconformity in Betjemans writings would include General Baptists, Strict and Particular Baptists, Seventh Day Baptists, Wesleyan Methodists, Primitive Methodists, Bible Christians, Plymouth Brethren, Moravians, Lutherans, Independents and Congregationalists, Presbyterians and Unitarians, Quakers, Christian Scientists, Swedenborgians, Sandemanians and Glasites, the Peculiar People, Countess of Huntingdonites, Fifth Monarchists, Covenanters, Millenarians, Muggletonians, Agapemonites, Irvingites, Bryanites, and nondenominationals, as well as those "low church" Anglican parishes that are borderline dissenting--evangelical, reformed, and Calvinistic.
According to this Swedenborgian reviewer, Whitman occupied the rarified air of Swedenborg's "heavenly doctrines": "Such we conceive to be the interior condition of the author of Leaves of Grass" (366).
Joseph Rayner Stephens, Anglican Parson Bull, and the Swedenborgian editor of the Northern Star, the Rev.
For some of this time, she tended a dying mother (Swedenborgian minister
The museum will provide display areas for a variety of collections including old milk bottles from some of Lancaster's dairies, vintage clothing, antique tools and furniture, paintings, and the lectern and Bible from the Swedenborgian's First Church of the New Jerusalem.
For Finkelstein, the connection of past to present seems to be a matter of correspondences, in the Swedenborgian sense of the word as an analogy between specific things in the physical and spiritual realms.
William James (1842-1910) was born into wealth, elegance, and eccentricity, being the son of a Swedenborgian theologian, Henry James, Sr., and the older brother of the subsequently internationally acclaimed novelists, Henry James.
Tiffany's Swedenborgian angels; stained glass windows representing the seven churches from the Book of Revelation.
(284) Lear's late speech on "the great image of authority"--"matter and impertinency mix'd," says Edgar, "Reason in madness!" (IV.vi.g158-73)--is a classic of literary madness, conferring "vision" on one who has been "blind." Goriot's last ravings, in turn, are subject to Bianchon's reductive diagnosis ("la pression du serum," etc.), marker of the materialism that always keeps company with Balzac's "spiritual" flights, Swedenborgian or other.
The transition to this figure, perhaps more Swedenborgian than orthodoxly Christian, is seldom clear and sometimes quite bewildering, but it is obviously central to the impulse of his writing" (96).
"Tiffany's Swedenborgian Angels: Stained Glass Windows Representing the Seven Churches from the Book of Revelation" discusses the art behind the book of Revelations, created on stained glass windows by Louis Comfort Tiffany.
So convinced is Lawrence that Borges is convinced by Swedenborg, he goes so faz as to claim Borges as one of their own--a Swedenborgian: