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" ... [Lotze wrote], that stands in opposition to the further conviction that God, at particular moments and in particular persons, may have stood nearer to humanity, or may have revealed himself at such moments and in such persons in a more eminent way... "
Outlines of the philosophy of religion: dictated portions of the lectures of ... - Page 150
by Hermann Lotze - 1901 - 162 pages
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The seeming unreality of the spiritual life: the Nathaniel William Taylor ...

Henry Churchill King - Religion - 1908 - 256 pages
...such moments and in such persons in a more eminent way than at other moments and in other persons. ... It is even without doubt legitimate to regard the relation in which he [Christ] stood to God as absolutely unique, not only as to degree but also as to its essential quality."1...
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the interregnum

...'Son of God,' no serious objection to the essential thought which is expressed by this term is ... tenable ; it is even without doubt legitimate to regard...not only as to degree but also as to its essential quality1." It seems therefore that we need not hesitate to admit the claim of Jesus to the title Son...
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