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" He works in an external environment, has limits, and has enemies. When John Mill said that the notion of God's omnipotence must be given up, if God is to be kept as a religious object, he was surely accurately right; yet so prevalent is the lazy monism... "
A Pluralistic Universe: Hibbert Lectures at Manchester College on the ... - Page 127
by William James - 1909 - 404 pages
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 75

Bible - 1918
...distinguished this Deity from the Absolute, whose existence he does not deny. On this point he said : " I believe that the only God worthy of the name must be finite. ... If the absolute exist in addition . . . then the absolute is only the wider cosmic whole of which...
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A pluralistic universe. Hibbert lectures

William James - 1909
...parts, and always assumes wholes to be self-sufficing." My conclusion, so far, then, is this, that altho the hypothesis of the absolute, in yielding a certain...in spite of its irrational features, still be left 6pen — then the absolute is only the wider cosmic whole of which our God is but the most ideal portion,...
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The Uncaused Being and the Criterion of Truth: To which is Appended an ...

Ezra Z. Derr - Metaphysics - 1911 - 110 pages
...the so-called mystery of evil and error, from which pluralistic metaphysic is entirely free. . . . I believe that the only God worthy of the name must be finite ... if the Absolute exist in addition, and the hypothesis must, in spite of its irrational features}...
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The Bearing of the Evolutionary Theory on the Conception of God -: A Study ...

Ukichi Kawaguchi - Evolution - 1916 - 103 pages
...and indeed he has very local habitation there, and very onesided local and personal attachments. ... I believe that the only God worthy of the name must be finite."242 In order to be consistent with our common experience and to get out of the monistic difficulties,...
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The Argument for a Finitist Theology

Ray Harbaugh Dotterer - God - 1917 - 83 pages
...surely accurately right ; yet so prevalent is the lazy monism that idly haunts the region of God's name, that so simple and truthful a saying was generally...believe that the only God worthy of the name must be finite."38 With all its ambiguities and inconsistencies, the common conception of God is at bottom...
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Moral Values: A Study of the Principles of Conduct

Walter Goodnow Everett - Ethics - 1918 - 439 pages
...was surely accurately right; yet so prevalent is the lazy monism that idly haunts the region of God's name, that so simple and truthful a saying was generally...not be finite. I believe that the only God worthy the name must be finite." 1 To think God in this way makes it possible to attribute to him our ideals,...
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Writings, 1902-1910

William James - Literary Collections - 1987 - 1379 pages
...was surely accurately right; yet so prevalent is the lazy monism that idly haunts the region of God's name, that so simple and truthful a saying was generally treated as a 'The psychological analogy that certain finite tracts of consciousness are composed of isolable parts...
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