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The Genesis and Growth of Religion: The L. P. Stone Lectures For 1892 (1892)
Samuel Henry Kellogg
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The Genesis and Growth of Religion: The L. P. Stone Lectures for 1892, at ...
Samuel H. Kellogg
Δεν υπάρχει διαθέσιμη προεπισκόπηση - 2018
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Σελίδα 214 - What god shall we adore with sacrifice? Him let us praise, the golden child that rose In the beginning, who was born the lord — The one sole lord of all that is — who made The earth, and formed the sky, who giveth life, Who giveth strength, whose bidding gods revere, Whose hiding-place is immortality. Whose shadow, death ; who by his might is king Of all the breathing, sleeping, waking world.
Σελίδα 37 - The special faculties we have been discussing clearly point to the existence in man of something which he has not derived from his animal progenitors — something which we may best refer to as being of a spiritual essence or nature, capable of progressive development under favourable conditions.
Σελίδα 213 - There is a monotheism that precedes the polytheism of the Veda ; and, even in the invocations of their innumerable gods, the remembrance of a God, one and infinite, breaks through the mist of an idolatrous phraseology, like the blue sky that is hidden by passing clouds.