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" Thus immeasurably and eternally exalted above, and dissimilar from, all creatures, which lie levelled before Him on one common plane of instrumentality and inertness, God is One in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent action, which acknowledges... "
Narrative of a Year's Journey Through Central and Eastern Arabia (1862-63) - Page 364
by William Gifford Palgrave - 1865 - 466 pages
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Forward, a monthly magazine of liberal evangelical theology and ..., Volume 1

1868
...Supreme Being is also the only agent, the only force, the only act existing throughout the universe. God is one in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent...standard, or limit save his own sole and absolute will. ... It is his singular satisfaction to let created beings continually feel that they are nothing else...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 79

Edward Everett Hale - 1865
...all creatures, which lie levelled before Him on one common plane of instrumentality and inertness, God is one in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent...their seeming power and act ever remain His alone, and ia return He receives nothing from them ; for whatever they may be, that they are in Him, by Him, and...
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The Origin and Development of Religious Belief, Volume 1

Sabine Baring-Gould - Christianity - 1871
...Him on one common plane of instrumentality and inertness, God is one in the totality of omnipotence and omnipresent action, which acknowledges no rule,...standard, or limit, save His own sole and absolute will. And, secondly, no superiority, no distinction, no pre-eminence, can be lawfully claimed by one creature...
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The Penn Monthly, Volume 7

1876
...from all creatures, which lie leveled before Him on one common plane of instrumentality and inertness, God is one in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent...that they are in Him, by Him, and from Him only. And no superiority, no distinction, no preeminence, can be lawfully claimed by one creature over its fellow,...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 28

Theology - 1879
...a system which, for want of a better name, I may be permitted to call the ' Pantheism of Force.' ' God is One in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent...which acknowledges no rule, standard, or limit, save one sole and absolute will. He communicates nothing to His creatures, for their seeming power and act...
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The Faith of Islam

Edward Sell - Islam - 1880 - 269 pages
...a system which, for want of a better name, I may be permitted to call the ' Pantheism of Force.' ' God is One in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent...which acknowledges no rule, standard, or limit, save one sole and absolute will. He communicates nothing to His creatures, for their seeming power and act...
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The Faith of Islam

Edward Sell - Faith (Islam) - 1880 - 269 pages
...totality of omnipotent and omnipresent action, which acknowledges no rule, standard, or limit, save one sole and absolute will. He communicates nothing to His creatures, for their seeming power and apt ever remain His alone, and in return He receives nothing from them." ' It is His singular satisfaction...
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The Faiths of the World, Volume 24

Christianity and other religions - 1882 - 364 pages
...to a fatalism paralyzing the activities of life, has been well termed the " Pantheism of Force." * " God is one in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent action which acknowledges no rule, standard, or limits, save one sole and absolute will. He Himself, sterile in His inaccessible height, neither loving...
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A Dictionary of Islam: Being a Cyclopaedia of the Doctrines, Rites ...

Thomas Patrick Hughes - Islam - 1885 - 750 pages
...all creatures, which lie levelled before Him on one "common plane of instrumentality and inertness, God is One in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent...power and act ever remain His alone-, and in return Ha receives nothing from them; for whatever they may be, that they are in Him, by Him, and from Him...
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The Light of the World: A Brief Comparative Study of Christianity and Non ...

Robert Elliott Speer - Christianity and other religions - 1911 - 372 pages
...pp. 569, 570.) And Palgrave, whose knowledge and judgment were reliable, says of the Moslem idea: — God is one in the totality of omnipotent and omnipresent action which acknowledges no rule, standard, or limits, save one sole and absolute will. He himself, sterile in His inaccessible height, neither loving...
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