5 edition of Sanity and Sanctity found in the catalog.
April 1, 2001 by Yale University Press .
Written in English
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A saint is a person who has replaced the default setting of ego and ambition which leads to insanity with what we call humility–a simply and direct apprehension of reality: reality about oneself, reality about God, reality about.
Brilliant. Like an x-ray peering into the inner realities of God and Man. To live and love in reality is sanity. So many of us choose the insanity of pride and sin.
This book uncovers reality to show us that sanity leads to sanctity. Like A good meal, this book deserves time to chew on and savor/5. Theology and Sanity is simply one of the best books on the Catholic faith ever written. It offers clear thinking (sanity) when it comes to God and what he has created (everything else).
This book revolutionized my life when I first read it over thirty years ago. I was then an Evangelical Protestant and a fan of C.S. Lewis. Do not get the idea that the "sanity" part of the book title means that if you don't live the Catholic Way perfectly that one is insane.
This is not what that term means in the context of the book. Sanity means seeing the world as it really is; not deceiving ourselves that the world is differnt that it really s: New Book: The Crown of Sanctity 72 years ago today, the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta was born to eternal life.
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In this instance, the marriage of convenience is one between contemporary psychiatry and the traditional and insular world of the ultra-orthodox.
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The following blog is the first of a two-piece article on the relationship between sanctity, i.e. a holy and virtuous life, and sanity, i.e. peace of soul. The first piece gives a brief overview of this relationship from a scientific, philosophical and historical perspective.
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What is the sanctity of life. Why do Christians believe in the sanctity of life. Sanctity means the quality of being holy, sacred, or set apart. Believing in the sanctity of life means believing that human life is somehow holy, set apart, or different from other life forms.
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My Orthodox definition would be that sanity is the energy within us to do and want and be aware of God’s will for us. Hopko used to say, “Sanity equals sanctity,” and we would say that the most sane human person ever to live was Jesus, and Jesus was accused of being possessed by a demon, that is, insane.
The foundation for the sanctity of marriage and sex is laid early in the Book of Genesis, where we read of the first marriage. Then the LORD GOD said, “It is not good for the man to be alone; I will make him a helper suitable for him.” And out of the ground the LORD GOD formed every beast of the field and every bird of the sky, and brought.
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