Heathenism

Heathenism, as defined by Carlyle, “plurality of gods, mere sensuous representation of the Mystery of Life, and for chief recognised element therein Physical Force, as contrasted with Christianism, or Faith in an Invisible, not as real only, but as the only reality; Time, through every meanest moment of it, resting on Eternity; Pagan empire of Force displaced by a nobler supremacy, that of Holiness.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Heart of Midlothian * Heathfield, George Augustus Eliott, Lord
Hayti
Hayward, Abraham
Hazlitt, William
Head, Sir Edmund Walker, Bart.
Head, Sir Francis Bond
Head-Hunters
Headrigg, Cuddie
Healy, Timothy Michael
Hearne, Thomas
Heart of Midlothian
Heathenism
Heathfield, George Augustus Eliott, Lord
Heaven
Heave-Offering
Hebbel, Friedrich
Hebe
Heber, Reginald
Hébert, Jacques René
Hebrew
Hebrew Poetry
Hebrew Prophecy

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