The Quarterly Review of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South Volume 9

The Quarterly Review of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South Volume 9

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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. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...of Edward Payson, D. D. Containing incidents in his life not before published; with sketches of his character as a preacher, a pastor, and a man of God. By "One of his Flock." Rev. Dr. Magoon's long expected work on " Christian Art" will soon be published. The illustrations of this work will be taken from original water color drawings of the most distinguished living artists, as well as from copies of the old masters. In this work the author will seek to develope the grand and uniform progression of human civilization from the East to the West, in the train of Christianity. The belief of Christendom, derived from the Bible, that all men have descended from a single pair, has, from time to time within the past two centuries, been eagerly opposed by infidel philosophers. And their warfare in this issue, as in others, is characterized by an assumed air of defiant boldness. "None but a blind man," was long ago the impudent charge of Voltaire, "can doubt that the Whites, Negroes, Albinos, Hottentots, Laplanders, and Americans, are entirely distinct races."1' And it is chiefly by his countrymen that the demoralizing notion has been advocated. Desmoulins so outraged reason in an Essay submitted to the French Academie des Sciences, asserting the existence of eleven inde Christianity and Mankind: Their beginning and prospects. 7 vols. London: April, 1854. By Cnazsrmn GnAnr.ns Josms Bunsen, D.D., C.L.D., D.P.H. Connection between Science and Revealed Religion: Twelve lectures delivered in Rome in 1835. By Caxnnvar. WISEMAN.. 2 vols. Fourth edition. Baltimore: 1852. Human Varieties: Treatise by Dr. W. B. CARPENTER, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, London University, contained more

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  • Paperback | 302 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 16mm | 544g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236829808
  • 9781236829801