A System of Christian Doctrine, Zväzok 2
T. & T. Clark, 1881
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able absolute according activity actual already becomes beginning belongs body called causality cause character Christ Christianity Church communication complete conceived conception connection consciousness continuity course creation creative definite dependence desire destined distinction divine doctrine effect element entire especially essential eternal everything evil existence fact faith feeling forces freedom give given God-man God's ground guilt hand heathen higher historical Holy human idea imply importance individual influence Inspiration John kingdom knowledge limited living man's Matt matter means merely miracle moral nature object opposition organism original perfect physical position possess possible present principle pure question race reality realization reason receptiveness reference regarded relation religion religious remains respect revelation sense side spirit stage stands supposed theory things thought tion true truth unity universal whole
Strana 364 - If evil is supposed to consist only in development, which God has willed in His character as Creator, then its absolute wrongfulness must come to an end. The non-realization of the idea cannot be blame-worthy in itself, if the innate law of life itself prescribes progressiveness of development.
Strana 29 - But on the other hand it is to be remembered that the ' mind ' means less than Aristotle's expression meant in Greece.