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Robert Burns and religion

Robert Burns and religion

Author: J Walter McGinty
Publisher: Aldershot (GB) : Ashgate, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Robert Burns was attracted and repelled by religion throughout his adult life. He lived in a state of tension formed through his observations of professors of religion and their sanctimonious  Read more...

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Named Person: Robert Burns
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Walter McGinty
ISBN: 075463504X 9780754635048
OCLC Number: 469467960
Notes: Bibliogr. p. 265-274. Index.
Description: VI-281 p. ; 23 cm
Contents: "The cultivation of the finer feelings of the heart"; a proven fornicator; still I am a very sincere believer in the Bible; though sceptical on some points of our current belief; if there is life beyond the grave; I am an accountable creature; William Cowper; Christopher Smart; the ministers of "The Kirk of Scotland's Garland - a New Song"; poems reflecting the recurrent themes of a benevolent God - life after death and accountability; epilogue. Appendix: Reverend William McGill.
Responsibility: J. Walter McGinty.
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