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" Amid the mysteries which become the more mysterious the more they are thought about, there will remain the ONE absolute certainty, that he is ever in the presence of an Infinite and Eternal Energy from which all things proceed. "
The Popular Science Monthly - Page 780
1885
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The New Reformation and Its Relation to Moral and Social Problems

Ramsden Balmforth - 1893 - 180 pages
...Amid the mysteries which become the more mysterious the more they are thought about, there will remain the one absolute certainty, that man is ever in the...and Eternal Energy, from which all things proceed." We know and feel that there is a tendency which makes for righteousness, and it is to this that we...
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The New Reformation and Its Relation to Moral and Social Problems

Ramsden Balmforth - 1893 - 182 pages
...Amid the mysteries which become the more mysterious the more they are thought about, there will remain the one absolute certainty, that man is ever in the...and Eternal Energy, from which all things proceed." We know and feel that there is a tendency which makes for righteousness, and it is to this that we...
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The Evolution of Religion: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before ..., Volume 1

Edward Caird - 1893 - 424 pages
...more mysterious, the more they are thought about, there will remain one absolute certainty, that he is ever in the presence of an Infinite and Eternal Energy, from which all things proceed." This energy Mr. Spencer farther characterises thus : "The last stage reached," in the development of...
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The World's Parliament of Religions: An Illustrated and Popular ..., Volume 2

John Henry Barrows - 1893 - 816 pages
...mysterious the more they are thought about, there will remain the one absolute certainty, that man stands in the presence of an infinite and eternal energy from which all things proceed." of existence. In this view we can get the world out of God without pantheism, and man out of God, without...
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The World's Congress of Religions

1893 - 458 pages
...later days : " Midst all mysteries by which we are surrounded, nothing is more certain than that we are in the presence of an infinite and eternal Energy from which all things proceed." Now he begins to study this Energy, for the success of his life, the well-being of his life here, even...
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A Chorus of Faith as Heard in the Parliament of Religions

Jenkin Lloyd Jones - 1893 - 368 pages
...later days: "Midst all mysteries by which we are surrounded, nothing is more certain than that we are in the presence of an infinite and eternal energy from which all things proceed." There could be no political economy if there were no unit in the human race, no science, no religion,...
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A Chorus of Faith: As Heard in the Parliament of Religions Held in Chicago ...

J. L. Jones - 1893 - 344 pages
...later days: "Midst all mysteries by which we are surrounded, nothing is more certain than that we are in the presence of an infinite and eternal energy from which all things proceed." There could be no political economy if there were no unit in the human race, no science, no religion,...
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Neely's History of The Parliament of Religions and Religious ..., Volumes 1-2

Walter Raleigh Houghton - 1893 - 1074 pages
...days: "Midst all mysteries by which we are surrounded, nothing is more certain than that we are in tho presence of an infinite and eternal energy from which all things proceed." Xow he begins to study this energy, for the success of his life, the wellbeing of his life here, even...
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The World's Congress of Religions: The Addresses and Papers Delivered Before ...

John Wesley Hanson - 1894 - 1210 pages
...later days: "Midst all mysteries by which we are surrounded, nothing is more certain than that we are in the presence of an infinite and eternal energy from which all things proceed." Now he begins to study this energy, for the success of his life, the well being of his life here, even...
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The World's Congress of Religions: The Addresses and Papers Delivered Before ...

John Wesley Hanson - 1894 - 1232 pages
...later days: "Midst all mysteries by whrch we are surrounded, nothing is more certain than that we are in the presence of an infinite and eternal energy from which all things proceed." Now he begins to study this energy, for the success of his life, the well being of his life here, even...
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