Some articles on sermons, sermon:

Seven Sermons To The Dead
... Seven Sermons to the Dead (Latin Septem Sermones ad Mortuos) is a text written in 1916 by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung and ascribed to the gnostic teacher ... the two books, Shamdasani said that the Seven Sermons was like an island, but the Red Book is like a vast continent ...
Sermons Of Jonathan Swift - Reception
... Lord Orrery favorably described that some of Swift's sermons were more properly moral or political essays ... Lord Orrery prefaced the 1763 edition of The Sermons with These Sermons are curious and curious for such reason as would make other works despicable ... The Bishop of Meath, John Evans, agreed with Lord Orrery's critique of the sermons as political works, and he compared a sermon to the writing of Montaigne ...
Sermons Of Jonathan Swift - Surviving Sermons
... There are twelve surviving sermons that have been collected, and each sermon was introduced with a corresponding scriptural passage and the following prayer given by Swift ... which published the first nine of the twelve known sermons ...
Samuel Johnson's Religious Views - Sermons
... Johnson's sermons, according to David Greene, are "a neglected but important and rewarding section of his writings" ... and ethics are the primary topic of the sermons with emphasis on marriage, repentance, hardening the heart, charity, pride, wisdom, and compassion ...

Famous quotes containing the word sermons:

    I think that Pilgrim’s Progress is the best sermon which has been preached from this text; almost all other sermons that I have heard, or heard of, have been but poor imitations of this.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    No such sermons have come to us here out of England, in late years, as those of this preacher,—sermons to kings, and sermons to peasants, and sermons to all intermediate classes. It is in vain that John Bull, or any of his cousins, turns a deaf ear, and pretends not to hear them: nature will not soon be weary of repeating them. There are words less obviously true, more for the ages to hear, perhaps, but none so impossible for this age not to hear.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Agnosticism has nothing to impart. Its sermons are the exhortations of one who convinces you he stands on nothing and urges you to stand there too.
    Anna Julia Cooper (1859–1964)