Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation

With Modifications To Obsolete Language By Monica Stevens

Author: Sir Thomas More
Published: 1951
Language: English
Wordcount: 104,866 / 282 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 56.2
LoC Category: BL
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Genres: Religion, Post-1930
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This edition of the Dialogue of Comfort has been transcribed fromthe 1557 version as it appears in Everyman's Library.

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forting counsels are very far insufficient.

Howbeit, though they be far unable to cure our disease of themselves and therefore are not sufficient to be taken for our physicians, some good drugs have they yet in their shops. They may therefore be suffered to dwell among our apothecaries, if their medicines be made not of their own brains but after the bills made by the great physician God, prescribing the medicines himself and correcting the faults of their erroneous recipes. For unless we take this way with them, they shall not fail to do as many bold blind apothecaries do who, either for lucre or out of a foolish pride, give sick folk medicines of their own devising. For therewith do they kill up in corners many such simple folk as they find so foolish as to put their lives in the hands of such ignorant and unlearned Blind Bayards.

We shall therefore neither fully receive these philosophers' reasons in this matter, nor yet utterly refuse them. But, using them in such order as may beseem them, we shall

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