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" He who in an unprejudiced way allows the teaching of Christ and the history of Christ's life to influence his mind, without analyzing this impression, may be convinced that an infinitely valuable and unique act has occurred here on earth for the salvation... "
Outlines of the philosophy of religion: dictated portions of the lectures of ... - Page 151
by Hermann Lotze - 1901 - 162 pages
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The Expository Times, Volume 4

James Hastings, Ann Wilson Hastings, Edward Hastings - Bible - 1893
...quality" (150); religious experience, too, may warrant the conviction that in His teaching and life "an infinitely valuable and unique act has occurred here on earth for the salvation of humanity " (151). But no doctrine of the Divinity or the Atonement can be accepted as speculatively valid. Thus...
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The Reformed Church Review

Theology - 1897
...merely theoretical judgments can ever be an adequate expression of it. Lotze, for example, writes : " He who in an unprejudiced way, allows the teaching...fact, do not, as a whole, lead to the end designed."* With this conclusion the adherents of the school of Ritschl would generally agree. Their theory of...
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