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He is careful, moreover, to emphasize, especially from the Sermon on the Mount, the moral teaching of Christ so as to show in it the real source of these new virtues (I Apol., xv-xviii).
And as for drink, I believe in no Parlimentary restraint; but I do believe in the gradual effect of moral teaching and education.
We also separated from them by thousands of years should be convinced by two irrefragable proofs among others: the great phenomenon of Messianism culminating in Christ and the Church, and the excellence of the religious and moral teaching of the
Some have detected an affinity between the moral teaching of Christ and the Anti-Eudaemonism of the Sadducees, the principle, namely, that man must do good for its own sake, without the hope of future recompense.
But the dogmatic as well as the moral teaching of the Church avoids both of these extremes (see ATTRITION).