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Although Lady Frances's husband, Lord John Russell, was never a Unitarian, from he regularly attended the preaching of James Martineau and, in his Whig Liberal political career, he had a considerable impact on the history of Unitarianism in Britain.
Do you see that as a big part of the play? I was reading in Unpopular Essays about how the [clergy] came out against the lightening rod.
DF: Actually the Russell stuff came in very late. And then every once in awhile I can say something that makes me sound intelligent to people. In addition lookiing being dissatisfied with his work, he has lost sexual interest in his wife. Russell wrote a three volume autobiography, and Lord John died two years later, so Bertie was reared by his grandmother. The Jewish Relief Act was finally passed in While he did not believe in acting upon uncontrolled impulses, he thought self-control ought not be an end in itself.
Bolam et al. DF: Yes I think so. Not derisive of course. Although Russell detested traditional organized religion, he did not spurn the religious impulse.
As a result he initiated no specific school of thought. In addition Russell wrote a Unitarian tract, Religion and Life.
He says that, like Russell, he is arguing for marriage, though it seems more a ploy to get Tara in bed. Nevertheless, according to her grandson, she faced the challenges and tragedies of her family life with courage and "never lost a certain kind Berrrand gaiety.
Although in his Autobiography Russell wrote that he believed in the doctrines of Unitarianism until he was about fifteen, he attended the church as late as his eighteenth birthday. He thought the world so flawed that it did not do much honor to any god that might have created it. Though she honored Jesus, she believed that revelation comes directly to the mind and not through a mediator. He served as prime minister and and was twice a member of the cabinet under se prime ministers.
Lord Russell's tolerance of competition to the established church had its limits, however: in he Woman at post office Seattle reestablishment of Roman Catholic bishoprics in Britain.
Francis received his A. Stands he took were often unpopular and sometimes illegal. Gooch, ed. Thomas in Texas].
I just wanted him to be a regular guy. She came to believe that neither the Bible nor any church nor any prophet is infallible.
The only thing that could penetrate such human isolation, he concluded, was "the highest intensity of the sort of love that religious teachers have preached. Although Lord John was nearly twice her age when they were married inLady Russell imposed her own austere lifestyle on her husband.
In college I studied a lot of philosophy. He also made a notable speech in favor of the Dissenter's Chapel Bill of Although Lady Frances's husband, Lord John Russell, was never a Unitarian, from he regularly attended lookingg preaching of James Martineau and, in his Whig Liberal political career, he had a considerable impact on Bertradn history of Unitarianism in Britain.
As a moralist Russell never found any final theoretical grounding, though he is remembered for his courageous political stands.
There are a of biographies of Lord John Russell, including A. He spearheaded repeal of the Test Acts in and which removed restrictions on Unitarians and other Protestant Dissenters from the Church of England; secured passage of the Roman Catholic Relief Act of which granted legal toleration to Roman Catholics; and for a decade continued to introduce legislation removing Jewish legal disabilities.
Eliot earlier had portrayed something of Russell's intellectual and sexual nature in the portrait poem "Mr. And I think that was right. And Russell is somebody who states it plainly and cleverly and I think it really appealed to Stewart. He thought that many specific doctrines were, in themselves, evil, and that faith in general encouraged people to believe things in the face of evidence to the contrary, thus discouraging coherent and independent thinking.
I think he would have gotten there if he could have. His radio broadcast "Man's Peril" lead to the Russell-Einstein statement of concerned scientists and the beginning of organized popular resistance to development of nuclear weapons.
I started having these conversations with people. When she gave Bertie a Bible she Bertrahd it with the text, "Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do evil. So concerned was he about nuclear proliferation that he briefly urged the United States to use its military advantage to coerce Russia into abandoning the arms race. They start this whole cult.
Although he paid towards his son-in-law's seminary education, he could not agree with their theology. DF: Oh, I do.
Better than just creating this illogical superstition and fear. Alan Ryan, a biographer of Russell, while conceding that the History "too often seems casual, unfair and prejudiced, and too ready to shade the truth for lookinh sake of the bon mot," noted that Russell "wrote so well that he will always be the envy and the despair of other philosophers.
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