Excerpt from Death and the After-Life: Three Lectures
I find myself somewhat embarrassed in speaking on subject which, though it is not a stranger to human hopes and aspirations, is nevertheless quite foreign to most people's - habits of thinking, opposed to their edu cational bias, and which conﬂicts with popular methods of reasoning on the resurrection.
I find three classes of, persons who have read, and studied, and imfe'stigate'd'the truths of this discourse. Ou class of minds are prepared for many Spiritual things that I do not feel impressed to utter on this occasion. I am to address more especially a second class who have heard a large variety of Opinions expressed concerning this subject, and are favorably inclined towards it, yet who have no practical know ledge so far as the general question of immortality is concerned, and who are, therefore, in the rudiments of spiritual education respecting the processes of Death, and scenes in the After-life.
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