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" God, we can then say, has so inexhaustible a capacity for love that his call and need is for a literally endless accumulation of created lives. He can never faint or grow weary, as we should, under the increasing supply. His scale is infinite in all things.... "
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine - Page 42
by William James - 1898 - 70 pages
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The Main Points: A Study in Christian Belief

Charles Reynolds Brown - Christianity - 1899 - 187 pages
...to be considered serious."1 And besides all this instinct of brotherliness, we may believe that God "has so inexhaustible a capacity for love that his...accumulation of created lives. He can never faint nor grow weary as we should under the increasing supply. 1 James, "Human Immortality," p. 33. His scale...
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The Catholic University Bulletin, Volume 5

1899
...for these alien human creatures, we conclude that God Himself can have no use for them. In truth, " His scale is infinite in all things. His sympathy can never know satiety or glut." Taking this higher view, " if we feel a significance in our own life, which would lead us spontaneously...
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What's Next: Or, Shall a Man Live Again?

Immortality - 1906 - 272 pages
...realizing and enjoying inwardly their own existence. If we are pantheists, we can stop there. We need only say that through them, as through so many diversified...things. His sympathy can never know satiety or glut. Benjamin Ide Wheeler, AM, Ph.D., LL.D., President University of California, in his Ingersoll lecture,...
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The Main Points, a Study in Christian Belief

Charles Reynolds Brown - Christianity - 1906 - 237 pages
...to be considered serious."1 And besides all this instinct of brotherliness, we may believe that God "has so inexhaustible a capacity for love that his...accumulation of created lives. He can never faint nor grow weary as we should under the increasing supply. His scale is infinite in all things. His sympathy...
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Human immortality, two supposed objections to the doctrine. Repr

William James - 1917
...the defects of our own private sympathy, that the supply of individual life in the universe can never possibly, however immeasurable it may become, exceed...that you agree with me that the tiresomeness of an over-peopled Heaven is a purely subjective and illusory notion, a sign of human incapacity, a remnant...
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Homiletic Review, Volume 82

1921
...sympathies f If we are theists aud not mere pantheists, we can say, with Professor James, that Ood "has so inexhaustible a capacity for love that his...things. His sympathy can never know satiety or glut." Consequently, as this same thinker avers, the fact that all the lives and beings beneath, around and...
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The Economic Eden: And Other Sermons

Frederick Franklin Shannon - Sermons, American - 1921 - 192 pages
...sympathies? If we are theists and not mere pantheists, we can say, with Professor James, that God " has so inexhaustible a capacity for love that His...things. His sympathy can never know satiety or glut." Consequently, as this same thinker avers, the fact that all the lives and beings beneath, around, and...
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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine, Volume 7

William Roscoe Thayer, William Richards Castle, Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe, Arthur Stanwood Pier, Bernard Augustine De Voto, Theodore Morrison - 1899
...lies, Mr. James says, in the weakness of our finite imagination and sympathies. God, on the contrary, " has so inexhaustible a capacity for love that his...weary, as we should, under the increasing supply." But an abstract does not do justice to Mr. James's discourse, which has more than logic 616 [June,...
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The Main Points

Charles Reynolds Browns - Religion - 2006 - 256 pages
...all this instinct of brotherliness, we may believe that God "has so inexhaustible a capacity for loYe that his call and need is for a literally endless accumulation of created lives. He can never faint nor grow weary as we should under the increasing supply. His scale is infinite in all things. His sympathy...
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