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" Islam is in its essence stationary, and was framed thus to remain. Sterile like its God, lifeless like its First Principle and Supreme Original, in all that constitutes true life, — for life is love, participation, and progress, and of these the Koranic... "
Narrative of a Year's Journey Through Central and Eastern Arabia (1862-63) - Page 370
by William Gifford Palgrave - 1865 - 466 pages
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 24

1869
...starting-point ; and so far he did well, for that hand was from the first meant to be fixed. Islam is in its essence stationary, and was framed thus to...love, participation, and progress, and of these the Koranic Deity has none, — it justly repudiates all change, all advance, all development. To borrow...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 79

Edward Everett Hale - 1865
...primal idea of God runs through and modifies the whole system and creed that centres in Him. " Islam is, in its essence, stationary, and was framed thus to...it justly repudiates all change, all advance, all development. To borrow the forcible words of Lord Houghton, the ' written book ' is there ' the dead...
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Forward, a monthly magazine of liberal evangelical theology and ..., Volume 1

1868
...of merits or demerits, of good or evil conduct on the part of the creature." P. 872 — " Islam is in its essence stationary, and was framed thus to...love, participation, and progress, and of these the Cor anic Deity has none." Can we wonder at the sick man — the Turk — with such a creed, pressing...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 79

Edward Everett Hale - 1865
...primal idea of God runs through and modifies the whole system and creed that centres in Him. " Islam is, in its essence, stationary, and was framed thus to...it justly repudiates all change, all advance, all development. To borrow the forcible words of Lord Houghton, the 'written book' is there 'the dead man's...
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Ten Great Religions

James Freeman Clarke - 1871
...starting-point ; and so far he did well, for that hand was from the first meant to be fixed. Islam is in its essence stationary, and was framed thus to...love, participation, and progress, and of these the Koranic Deity has none, — it justly repudiates all change, all advance, all development. To borrow...
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Ten Great Religions: An Essay in Comparative Theology, Volume 1

James Freeman Clarke - Christianity and other religions - 1871 - 528 pages
...starting-point ; and so far he did well, for that hand was from the first meant to be fixed. Islam is in its essence stationary, and was framed thus to...love, participation, and progress, and of these the Koranic Deity has none, — it justly repudiates all change, all advance, all development. To borrow...
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Notes on Muhammadanism

Thomas Patrick Hughes - Islam - 1875 - 208 pages
...Syud Ahmad Khan, CSI Ghazeepore, 1862. 202 lifeless like its first principle in all that constitutes life — for life is love, participation, and progress,...Deity has none, it justly repudiates all change, all development. To borrow the forcible words of Lord Houghton, the written book is there the dead man's...
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The Penn Monthly, Volume 7

1876
...significance for Islam, in which methods and principles are indistinguishable. "Islam," says Mr. Palgrave, "is in its essence stationary, and was framed thus to...supreme Original in all that constitutes true life, it justly repudiates all change, all advance, all development. Whatever savors of vitality is by that...
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Notes on Muhammadanism: Being Outlines of the Religious System of Islam

Thomas Patrick Hughes - Islam - 1877 - 282 pages
...the opinions of Mr. Voysey represent the teaching of orthodox Christianity. " Islamism is in itself stationary, and was framed thus to remain ; sterile, like its God, lifeless like its first principle in all that constitutes life — for life is love, participation, and progress, and of these the Coranic...
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Notes on Muhammadanism: Being Outlines of the Religious System of Islam

Thomas Patrick Hughes - Islam - 1877 - 282 pages
...represent the teaching of orthodox Christianity. " Islamism is in itself stationary, and was framsd thus to remain ; sterile, like its God, lifeless like its first principle in all that constitutes life — for life is love, participation, and progress, and of these the Coranic...
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