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" ... more practically and more seriously than we have hitherto done. In the same sense in which ' the Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath,' I hold that the earth was made not for the dead, but for the living. No intelligent faith can suppose... "
Cremation: The Treatment of the Body After Death - Page 40
by Sir Henry Thompson - 1884 - 70 pages
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Public Health Papers and Reports, Volume 21

Public health - 1896
...this problem How to bury our dead out of our sight more practically than we have hitherto done. I hold that the earth was made, not for the dead, but for the living. Cemeteries are becoming not only a difficulty, an expense and inconvenience, but an actual danger."...
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Current Literature: 1901, Volume 31

Edward Jewitt Wheeler - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1901
...the country. I feel convinced that, before long, we shall have to face the problem, how to bury the dead out of our sight, more practically and more seriously...the time in which, this mortal body of ours crumbles to dust." After thinking over the subject carefully let us ask ourselves one or two questions. Firstly....
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Proceedings, Volume 31

Institution of Municipal Engineers (Great Britain) - Municipal engineering - 1905
...cremating chamber to ir. To face p. 128. ordinary interment. Bishop Frazer, of Manchester, said, " No intelligent faith can suppose that any Christian...body of ours crumbles into dust and sees corruption." The present Bishop of Manchester lately wrote, " We shall come to see that, under the conditions of...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 113

Medicine - 1885
...the living, r.ot for the dead. Ko intelligent faith can suppose that any Christian doctrine can be affected by the manner in which, or the time in which, this mortal body crumbles into dust and sees corruption. The question must be met, for cemeteries are becoming not only...
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Purified by Fire: A History of Cremation in America

Stephen R. Prothero - Cremation - 2001 - 280 pages
...the bar the words of an English cleric, this time the bishop of Manchester, who had concluded that "no intelligent faith can suppose that any Christian...which this mortal body of ours crumbles into dust Christians should in mind dissociate the resurrection from all physical conditions." US cremation...
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The Midland Medical Miscellany.Vol.4 No.37.January 1,1885

The Midland Medical Miscellany.Vol.4 No.37.January 1,1885 - 1885
...Bishop of Manchester said at the Social Science Congress at Manchester : " No intelligent failh can suppose that any Christian doctrine is affected by the manner in which or the lime in which this mortal body crumbles into dust and sees corruption." But that night they were dealing...
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The Annals of Hygiene, Volume 11

Joseph F. Edwards - Hygiene - 1896
...problem How to bury our dead out of our sight more practically than we have hitherto done. I hold that the earth was made, not for the dead, but for the living. Cemeteries are becoming not only a difficulty, an expense and inconvenience, but an actual danger."...
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The Sanitary Record, Volume 19

Medical - 1897
...cremation. It is recorded that he once said, " In the same sense in which the Sabbath was made for man, I hold that the earth was made, not for the dead, but for the living/' THERE seems to be good ground for hope that the vexed metropolitan water question will be effectively...
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Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 3

Medicine - 1889
...the living and not for the dead. No intelligent faith can suppose that any Christian doctrine can be affected by the manner in which, or the time in which, this mortal body crumbles into dust and sees corruption. The question must be met, for cemeteries are becoming not only...
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Medical Sentinel, Volume 8

Medical - 1900
...Wadsworth received the most effectual answer from his brother, the Bishop of Manchester, who said "that no intelligent faith can suppose that any Christian doctrine is affected by the time in which or the manner in which this mortal body of ours crumbles into dust." Christians should...
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