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Swedenborg - Faith

Swedenborg - Faith

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Doctrineof Faith
© 2009 Swedenborg FoundationThis version was compiled from electronic files of theStandard Edition of the Works of Emanuel Swedenborg asfurther edited by William Ross Woofenden. Pagination of this PDF document does not match that of thecorresponding printed volumes, and any page references within this text may not be accurate. However, most if notall of the numerical references herein are not to pagenumbers but to Swedenborg’s section numbers, which arenot affected by changes in pagination. If this work appearsboth separately and as part of a larger volume file, itspagination follows that of the larger volume in both cases.This version has not been proofed against the original, andoccasional errors in conversion may remain. To purchase thefull set of the Redesigned Standard Edition of EmanuelSwedenborg’s works, or the available volumes of the latesttranslation (the New Century Edition of the Works of Emanuel Swedenborg), contact the Swedenborg Foundationat 1-800-355-3222, www.swedenborg.com,or 320 North Church Street, West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380.
1. Faith is an internal acknowledgment of truth (1–12)2. The internal acknowledgement of truth, which is faith, exists with none but those who are in charity (13–24)3. The knowledges of truth and of good are not matters of realbelief until the man is in charity. . . . (25–33)4. The Christian faith in its universal idea or form (34–37)5. The faith of the present day in its universal idea or form (38–43)6. The nature of faith that is separated from charity (44–48)7. In the Word they who are in faith separated from charity arerepresented by the Philistines (49–54)8. Those who are in faith separated from charity are meant by thedragon in Revelation (55–60)9. Those who are in faith separated from charity are meant by the“goats” in Daniel and in Matthew (61–68)10. Faith separated from charity destroys the church and all thingsthat belong to it (69–72)Index of Scripture Passages

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