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Krafft-Ebing and the Victorian concept of corporeal punishment in schools, along to Hitler and Eva Braun and ending with an analysis of the feast of capitalism.
Adams argues that enlightened opinion in Russia had turned against corporeal punishment even before the Great Reforms.
Good works are the effect, not the cause, of Christian salvation; persevering in them is the surest sign, the most satisfying evidence or assurance, that a person is an elect saint of God, destined to enjoy the infinite pleasures of heaven, and not a damned sinner, destined eventually to suffer corporeal punishment in this world and the infinitely prolonged agonies of Hell in the next.