Jesuitism

Jesuitism, popularly regarded as an attempt to achieve holy ends by unholy means, but really and radically the apotheosis of falsehood and unreality to the dethronement of faith in the true, the genuine and the real, a deliberate shutting of the eyes to the truth, a belief in a lie in the name of God, a belief in symbols and formulas as in themselves sacred, salutary, and divine, fiction superseding fact, and fancy faith in God or the divine reality of things, the embodiment of the genius of cant persuading itself to believe that that which is not is, while atheism, on the other hand, tries to persuade itself to believe that that which is is not.

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

Jessica * Jesuit
Jerome, St.
Jerome of Prague
Jerrold, Douglas
Jersey
Jersey City
Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Kingdom of
Jerusalem Delivered
Jervis, Sir John
Jessica
Jesuitism
Jesuit
Jesus, the son of Sirach
Jesus Christ
Jet
Jetsam
Jeu de Paume
Jeunesse Dorée
Jevons, William Stanley
Jew, The Wandering
Jewell, John

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