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Page vii - God, the Attributes and Personality of the Absolute, the Conceptions of the Creation, the Preservation, and the Government, of the World, and of the World-time. The book closes with brief discussions of Religion and Morality, and Dogmas and Confessions.
Page 74 - This is, philosophically considered, erroneous, and religiously devoid of all significance : we abide therefore by the assumption, that the 'will to create ' is an absolutely eternal predicate of God, and ought not to be used to designate a deed of his so much as the absolute dependence of the world upon his will in contradistinction to its involuntary ' emanation