" Carlyle celebrated labour as the basis of redemption from the haunting anguish of being alive." — Francis Gorman, "Trouble and Strife,"Times Literary Supplement (5 January 2007): 22.
- Carlyle's Religious and Philosophical Beliefs: Sources and Influence
- Carlyle's Evangelicalism
- Religion in England: An Overview
Carlyle's attitudes toward religion and individual religious figures
- Sartor Resartus on the Condition of Religion in the Nineteenth Century
- Carlyle's views of George Fox
- Carlyle and Henry Irving
- Carlyle's "Death of Edward Irving"
- Carlyle, Count Cagliostro, and false prophets
- Carlyle and Religion: Sources and Influences
- The ethical void created by the destruction of religious faith in Past and Present
- Carlyle's Problematic Portrayal of Mahomet and Islam
- Orientalist tropes in "The Hero as Prophet"
Last modified 7 February 2007