Insecto-Theology: Or a Demonstration of the Being and Perfections of God, from a Consideration of the Structure and Economy of Insects (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Insecto-Theology: Or a Demonstration of the Being and Perfections of God, From a Consideration of the Structure and Economy of Insects
The reis nothing in Nature; however abjeéi: it may appear, which is not a fubjcét of wonder to the man who lets hitnfelf fetiouﬂy to confider it. Far from being unworthy of our regard, the' Rudy of Nature is not only ul'eful but necefi'arv to Us, fihce it fur nifhes as many occafions of pmifing our Creator, as there ate objects to Contemplate.' But the greater part of mankind, infenfible to' this reﬂefition, hardly deign to'calt their eyes on thore objects which they have thought [stoper to dehominate vile. Infefis they con hder as below their notice, Or merely as fubjects of eti 'riofity, Which it would be bath ufelefs and trouble fome to int'eﬂigate; and to this eomen'ipt, we mull: attribute that indifference with which molt people are accuflorned to examine them. Theyiate view cd withom regard; and inconfiderately crufhed to death, when they are found in our way.
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