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الصفحة 8 - Nor do we presently fail to observe how truly these poems belonged to their time and to the circumstances under which they were produced — how suitably the faith which was in actual conflict with, and was just triumphing over, the powers of this world, found its utterance in hymns such as these, wherein is no softness, perhaps little tenderness ; but a rock-like firmness, the old Roman stoicism transmuted and glorified into that nobler Christian courage, which encountered and at length overcame...
الصفحة 103 - O Paule, suscipe nostra precamina, cuius philosophos vicit industria; factus oeconomus in domo regia, divini muneris appone fercula; ut quae repleverit te sapientia ipsa nos repleat tua per dogmata.
الصفحة 7 - Latin lyric forms, and one with singularly few resources for producing variety of pause or cadence, seems a very insufficient compensation, adds to this feeling of disappointment. The ear and the heart seem alike to be without their due satisfaction. Only after a while does one learn to feel the grandeur of this unadorned metre, and the profound, though it may have been more instinctive than conscious, wisdom of the poet in choosing it; or to appreciate that...
الصفحة 7 - It is as though, building an altar to the living God, he would observe the Levitical precept, and rear it of unhewn stones, upon which no tool had been lifted. The great objects of faith in their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to array them in moving language, were merely superfluous. The passion is there, but it is latent and represt, a fire burning inwardly, the glow of an austere enthusiasm,...
الصفحة 194 - Tu cum virgineo, mater, honore Angelorum domino pectoris aulam Sacris visceribus casta parasti ; Natus hinc Deus est corpore Christas.
الصفحة 98 - Dei veneratur ángelus, quern Deus misit, ut Paulum, ad gentes apostolum, ut hominibus ducatum praeberet regno Dei. Humilis Dei ob metum spiritu et corpore, 30 super...
الصفحة 138 - Ich, ich, und meine Sünden, die sich wie Körnlein finden des Sandes an dem Meer, die haben dir erreget das Elend, das dich schlaget, und das betrübte Marterheer.
الصفحة 268 - ... élevant. Externi hue advenimus, Hoc ut possimus, domine, in exilio gemimus, 30 praesta in tuo nomine, tu portus es et patria, sine quo labor deficit 20 duc nos ad vitae atria. et digne nihil efficit. Mone I. p. 98: Hs. zu Freiburg o. N. 15. Jahrh. „Der Hymnus kommt selten vor, er ist alphabetisch, geht aber nur bis ins H, und nach der Endstrophe wird es zweifelhaft, ob er durch das finze Abecé geführt wurde.
الصفحة 15 - Trench: the giants of Gen. vi. 4, were, according to the interpretation of the early Church, geminae substantiae; the sons of God from whom they mere born (ver. 2) being understood as Angels . who formed unions with the daughters of men. This passage so understood must be brought into connexion with Ps. xviii. 6, (Vulg.) xix. 5, (E. V.) before we can enter into the full meaning of this line. In the double substance...
الصفحة 15 - double substance" of the giants, thus born of earth and of heaven, Ambrose sees a resemblance not so remote but that he may use it, to him who in like manner was of twofold nature, divine and human. Perhaps he would hardly have dared trace an analogy, had he not been emboldened thereto by the words of the Psalmist, referred to above, in which he saw an undoubted reference to the earthly course of the Lord. In a passage from his treatise De Incarn. Dom., c.

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