Excerpt from The Biblical Repertory: October, 1835
My first remark, then, on the dissimilarity which exists between revealed Theology and all merely secular science, is summarily this - that in revealed Theology God speaks; and that when we understand his declarations, it is to the last degree impious to question what he says: but that in all merely secular science man speaks, and we not only may question what he says, but in many instances ought, after examining his teachings, to reject them altogether.
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