Everlasting Yea, The

Everlasting Yea, The, Carlyle's name for the spirit of faith in God in an express attitude of clear, resolute, steady, and uncompromising antagonism to the Everlasting No, an the principle that there is no such thing as faith in God except in such antagonism, no faith except in such antagonism against the spirit opposed to God.

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

Everlasting No, The * Eversley
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Evangelical Union
Evans, Sir de Lacy
Evans, Mary Ann
Evelyn, John
Everest, Mount
Everett, Alexander Hill
Everett, Edward
Everlasting No, The
Everlasting Yea, The
Eversley, Charles Shaw Lefevre, Viscount
Evil Eye
Evremond, Saint
Ewald, Georg Heinrich August von
Ewald, Johannes
Ewige Jude