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" Whether astronomy and geology can or cannot be made to agree with the statements as to the matters of fact laid down in Genesis — whether the Gospels are historically true or not — are matters of comparatively small moment in the face of the impassable... "
Immortality, a Study of Belief, and Earlier Addresses - Page 78
by William Newton Clarke - 1920 - 132 pages
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Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, Volume 1

Leonard Huxley - Naturalists - 1900
...the Gospels are historically true or not — are matters of comparatively small moment in the face of the impassable gulf between the anthropomorphism (however...everywhere underlying the thin veil of phenomena. Here seems to me to be the great gulf fixed between science and theology — beside which all Colenso...
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Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, Volume 1

Thomas Henry Huxley, Leonard Huxley - Naturalists - 1900
...the Gospels are historically true or not — are matters of comparatively small moment in the face of the impassable gulf between the anthropomorphism (however...everywhere underlying the thin veil of phenomena. Here seems to me to be the great gulf fixed between science and theology — beside which all Colenso...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 59

Theology - 1902
...is religion itself that must go, not only in the case of Brooks but in all his VOL. Lix. No. 233. 2 kind ; not only religious life in poorer and darker...seems on the face of it a rather severe indictment of a view of life. Religion is a large element, to be blotted out as illegitimate. It certainly seems...
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For whom Christ died

William Rogers Richards, Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - Presbyterian Church - 1902 - 157 pages
...matters of " comparatively small moment in the face of the impassable gulf between the anthropomorphism of theology and the passionless impersonality of the...unknown and unknowable which science shows everywhere under the thin veil of phenomena." That is to say, Christians have believed in a God in some way like...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and ...

Hugh Chisholm - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1910
...philosophical grounds untenable " (Ie). His theism never really advanced beyond the recognition of " the passionless impersonality of the unknown and unknowable,...shows everywhere underlying the thin veil of phenomena " (Life, i. 239). In other respects his personal creed was a kind of scientific Calvinism. There is...
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Encyclopaedia britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences ..., Volume 14

Hugh Chisholm - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1910
...philosophical grounds untenable " (/..). His theism never really advanced beyond the recognition of " the passionless impersonality of the unknown and unknowable,...shows everywhere underlying the thin veil of phenomena " (Life, i. 239). In other respects his personal creed was a kind of scientific Calvinism. There is...
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Encyclopaedia britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences ..., Volume 14

Hugh Chisholm - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1910
...philosophical grounds untenable " (Ix.). His theism never really advanced beyond the recognition of " the passionless impersonality of the unknown and unknowable,...shows everywhere underlying the thin veil of phenomena " (Life, i. 239). In other respects his personal creed was a kind of scientific Calvinism. There is...
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The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 14

Hugh Chisholm - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1910
...grounds untenable " (/^.). His theism never really advanced beyond the recognition of " the passionleu impersonality of the unknown and unknowable, which...shows everywhere underlying the thin veil of phenomena " (Life, i. 239). In other respects bis personal creed was a kind of scientific Calvinism. There is...
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Modern Rationalism as Seen at Work in Its Biographies

Henry Lewis - Philosophers - 1913 - 418 pages
...him all other questions were, to use his own words, " of comparatively small moment in the face of the impassable gulf between the anthropomorphism (however...everywhere underlying the thin veil of phenomena. Here (he wrote) seems to me to be the great gulf fixed between science and theology."1 And yet it was...
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ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PHILOSOSHY SINCE 1800 A CRITICAL SURVEY

ARTHUR KENYON ROGERS - 1923
...the Gospels are historically true or not, are matters of comparatively small moment in the face of the impassable gulf between the anthropomorphism,...everywhere underlying the thin veil of phenomena." Here obviously the fact that we cannot be sure what reality is like, is taken as interchangeable with...
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