Earth's Earliest Ages; And Their Connection with Modern Spiritualism and Theosophy

Earth's Earliest Ages; And Their Connection with Modern Spiritualism and Theosophy

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ...between the preaching of God's people in the present time and the prophesying of Enoch before the days of Noah. But the masses of the world are again rejecting God's more urgent appeals, and, as a natural consequence, His Spirit is ceasing to strive with them: infidelity and superstition are beginning to overshadow even the most favoured countries of Christendom. In our own land, how great an excitement was caused some twenty years ago by the publication of "Essays and Reviews" but that book, though hailed with such delight by those who were unwilling to submit to the Divine revelation, has now been swept out of memory by the flood of more daring infidel literature which has since been continually issuing from the press. How few of our newspapers, reviews, and periodicals, have escaped the contagion! How great a multitude of propagating secularists does our country contain, from the bold blasphemer coarsely inveighing against the Word of God, and either denying His existence or charging Him with injustice, to the refined and subtle reasoner who would fain make the ineffable light of his Creator pale before the flickering lamp of human intellect! It is, however, needless to enlarge on so obvious a matter, or to waste time in proving the simultaneous spread of Ritualism and Popery, which is now sufficiently evident even to the most careless observer; while in regard to the prevalence of sorcery we shall have more to say anon. Have we not, then, reason to infer both from these apostacies, and from the general resemblance of our days to the perilous times of the end as described by Paul, that Christendom, as the inevitable punishment of a general rejection of the Gospel, is being judicially blinded and more

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  • Paperback
  • 186 x 244 x 10mm | 220g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236741722
  • 9781236741721

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