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" ... newness, to interest with a perpetual charm the growing mind of a rational being, and lead him by a flowery path t o the cultivation of the divine thing within him, which raises him above all that his senses make known; and thus to fit him for the... "
The Connexion of Natural and Divine Truth: Or, The Study of the Inductive ... - Sivu 311
tekijä(t) Baden Powell - 1838 - 313 sivua
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

1844
...senses make known, and thus to fit him for the highest contemplation of which he is capable, namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen AUTHOR of...glorious book ; one system of appointed and associated laws, independent of time and exempt from change, but operating under conditions, which vary with time...

On the Relation Between the Holy Scriptures and Some Parts of Geological Science

John Pye Smith - 1839 - 439 sivua
...senses make known ; and thus to fit him for the highest contemplation of which he is capable, namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen AUTHOR of...prepared the present : the present explains the past and points to the future."* c,eation of III. A prevalent, though not universal interI'uml'narie"!7 pretation...

The certainties of geology

William Sidney Gibson - 1840
...mind of a rational being, and lead him, by a flowery path, to the cultivation of the Divine essence within him which raises him above all that his senses...prepared the present; the present explains the past, and points to the future." Professor John Phillips's Suppl. Note, in Professor Powell's Connexion of Nat....

On the Relation Between the Holy Scriptures and Some Parts of Geological Science

John Pye Smith - 1840 - 525 sivua
...senses make known ; and thus to fit him for the highest contemplation of which he is capable, namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen AUTHOR of...prepared the present; the present explains the past and points to the future."• III. A prevalent, though not universal interpretation of the archaic narrative,...

On the relation between the Holy Scriptures and some of geological science

John Pye Smith - 1840 - 364 sivua
...senses make known; and thus to fit him for the highest contemplation of which he is capable, namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen AUTHOR of...prepared the present: the present explains the past and points to the future."* III. A prevalent, though not universal interpretation of the archaic narrative,...

On the relation between the Holy Scriptures and some of geological science

John Pye Smith - 1840 - 364 sivua
...highest contemplation of which he is capable, namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen ADTHOR of all this visible material world. " Thus, to the...prepared the present: the present explains the past and points to the future."* III. A prevalent, though not universal interpretation of the archaic narrative,...

The Pre-Adamite Earth: Contributions to Theological Science

John Harris - 1847 - 294 sivua
...senses make known ; and thus to fit him for the highest contemplation of which he is capable ; namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen AUTHOR of all this visible material world." * 3. Here again, however, the means must be measured, and the evidence balanced between two extremes....

Record: containing sermons, annotations on Revelation, a brief statement of ...

Thomas Lockerby - 1850
...senses make known, and thus to fit him for the highest contemplation of which he is capable, — namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen Author of...associated law, independent of time, and exempt from change ; bnt operating under conditions which vary with time and place. The past has prepared the present...

The Pre-Adamite Earth: Contributions to Theological Science

John Harris - 1850 - 300 sivua
...senses make known ; and thus to fit him for the highest contemplation of which he is capable ; namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen AUTHOR of all this visible material world."1 3. Here again, however, the means must be measured, and the evidence balanced between two...

The pre-Adamite earth: contributions to theological science

John Harris - 1850 - 300 sivua
...senses make known ; and thus to fit him for the highest contemplation of which he is capable ; namely, the relation which he bears to the unseen AUTHOR of all this visible material world."1 3. Here again, however, the means must be measured, and the evidence balanced between two...




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