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" ... fixed faith that existence in any form is better than non-existence, they ever rescued triumphantly from the jaws of everimminent destruction the torch of life which, thanks to them, now lights the world for us. How small indeed seem individual distinctions... "
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine - Page 67
by William James - 1906 - 126 pages
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The Main Points: A Study in Christian Belief

Charles Reynolds Brown - Christianity - 1899 - 187 pages
...world for us. How small indeed seem individual distinctions when we look back on these overwhelming numbers of human beings panting and straining under the pressure of that vital want. And how unessential in the eyes of God must be the small surplus of the individual's merit, swamped as it is...
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The main points, a study in Christian belief

Charles Reynolds Brown - Religion - 1906 - 237 pages
...world for us. How small indeed seem individual distinctions when we look back on these overwhelming numbers of human beings panting and straining under the pressure of that vital want! And how unessential in the eyes of God must QDfje JWain be the small surplus of the individual's merit, swamped...
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The American Museum Journal: 1916, Volume 16

Natural history - 1916
...world for us. How small, indeed, seem individual distinctions when we look back on these overwhelming numbers of human beings panting and straining under...reverent as we contemplate the prodigious spectacle." As to what manner of men these were, we are no longer entirely in the dark and Professor Osborn's book...
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Human immortality, two supposed objections to the doctrine. Repr

William James - 1917
...world for us. How small indeed seem individual distinctions when we look back on these overwhelming numbers of human beings panting and straining under...doing the fundamental duty and living the heroic life 1 We grow humble and reverent as we contemplate the prodigious spectacle. Not our differences and distinctions...
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The Main Points

Charles Reynolds Browns - Religion - 2006 - 256 pages
...world for us. How small indeed seem individual distinctions when we look back on these overwhelming numbers of human beings panting and straining under the pressure of that vital want I And how unessential in the eyes of God must be the small surplus of the individual's merit, swamped...
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