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" This is, philosophically considered, erroneous, and religiously devoid of all significance : we abide therefore by the assumption, that the 'will to create ' is an absolutely eternal predicate of God, and ought not to be used to designate a deed of his... "
Outlines of the Philosophy of Religion: Dictated Portions of the Lectures of ... - Page 74
by Hermann Lotze - 1886 - 162 pages
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Outlines of the philosophy of religion: dictated portions of the lectures of ...

Hermann Lotze - Philosophy - 1885 - 162 pages
...state already existing. Even in those cases in which we ' will ' nothing new but merely the stattis quo, we become conscious of this act of will, at least...that will may be distinguished from that involuntary WILLING CONSIDERED AS DEED. 75 development, from which we intended to distinguish it, it seems necessary...
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Studies in Ethics and Religion: Or, Discourses, Essays, and Reviews ...

Alvah Hovey - Christian ethics - 1892 - 573 pages
...nature." In another place he states that creation " ought not to be used to designate a deed of God so much as the absolute dependence of the world upon his will." (Phil, of Rel. p. 74.) And Professor Schurman says that "the underlying truth of the dogma of creation...
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The Christian View of God and the World as Centring in the Incarnation ...

James Orr - Incarnation - 1893 - 541 pages
...world bound to temporal existence." System of Doctrine, ii. p. 33 (Eng. trans.). Lotze teaches " that the ' will to create ' is an absolutely eternal...contradistinction to its involuntary 'emanation' from His nature." Outlines of the Phil, of Religion, p. 74 (Eng. trans.). The authors of The Unseen Universe hold...
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The Christian View of God and the World as Centering in the Incarnation

James Orr - Incarnation - 1893 - 541 pages
...is an absolutely eternal predicate of God, and ought not to be used to designate a deed of His, FO much as the absolute dependence of the world upon...contradistinction to its involuntary 'emanation, from His nature." Outline! of the Phil, of Religion, p. 74 (Eng. trans.). The authors of The Unseen Universe hold...
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