Are we to give them all up? Pressed by the irresistible weight of these arguments many take refuge in ambiguous and evasive phrases, e. Enough has been disclosed to show to us that God is love, and we are content to believe that, happen what will, all will ultimately be shown to be the result of love divine.
The existence of the American edition prompted a corresponding British edition.
If they fail to sympathize, are they not sunk in selfishness and debased? If all this does not involve a freedom that is real, though limited, then human words are vain as a vehicle for human thought. Again, it may mean a very different and very dangerous thing.
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Thus this belief destroys the only ground on which it is possible to erect any religion at all, for it sets aside the primary convictions of the moral sense; and thus paralyses that by which alone we are capable of religion.
Its answer is decisive. If Hades kindle the sympathy of the lost, shall heaven kill the sympathy of the blessed? Lastly, the objection lies equally against the traditional creed, for that decides this so-called insoluble question quite as much as does Universalism - a fact which the objectors quietly ignore.
How is it possible that those who know the depths of sin and ignorance, those who hear the character of God slandered by believers and unbelievers, those who love the ones who pass unrepentant into the Unseen - how is it possible that they should rest satisfied, while retaining in their hearts even a shadow of a doubt that, "as in Adam all die, so in Christ shall all be made alive?
To this point I shall return, confining myself here to the remark that a partial salvation aims a blow at both the Incarnation and the Atonement. Also An Essay on the Portraits of John Knox appeared inattempting to prove that the best-known portrait of John Knox did not depict the Scottish prelate.
The Confessions of an English Opium-Eater were soon published in book form. A book was needed which should face fairly and thoroughly, the subject of future Punishment, for although there are many works on the subject, they either face one aspect of the matter only, or they are written for scholars only, not for the multitude.
At the outset let me protest against the common and ignorant prejudice that connects Universalism with lax views of sin or of dogma. The Works of Thomas De Quincey appeared in fourteen volumes in and Take, next, the facts of life.Brief memoir of De QuinceyConfessions of an opium-eaterRichard BentleyDr.
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or. Universalism Asserted. as the Hope of the Gospel on the Authority. of Reason, the Fathers, and Holy Scripture. by. Thomas Allin. Thomas De Quincey Biography () A prodigy, a runaway, and an addict, Thomas De Quincey was the black sheep of a family struggling to deal with the death of their father.Download