Scientific Theism Versus Materialism; The Space-Time Potential
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...the phase of the ion. Since all interaction presupposes the concomitance of both the ascending and the descending processes, it follows that the products of solution must appear as ionic pairs. An odd solution component cannot remain in solution. In this we have the real reason why molecules break down into so-called "ionic pairs." We cannot accept that contention of the electrolytic theory of dissociation which holds that the ionic pairs in solution are charged in an opposite electrical manner. aider the universe as created by, but independent of, God then we have deism. Contemplating the world as a selfsufficient given, self-operative, and uncreated Godless system, we arrive at the position of materialism or atheism. Deism, atheism, and pantheism involve an inert mechanical model despite the supposed differences in the three positions. We have shown in paragraph 24 that the ultimate potential difference in the physical universe is maintained by God. Consequently the positions of deism and atheism are both untenable. Pantheism is merely deism raised to the nth power; it is an all-inclusive deism. The pantheistic "all" is no more maintainable within itself than the deistic or atheistic universe. The physical model of the pantheist is just as inert and inoperative as the deistic and atheistic model. It follows that a Being must exist independently of the physical universe, upon whom the cosmos depends for its continuous existence. Thus we arrive at a proof of the Transcendence of God. 85. The Electric Current as Transformed Mechanical Energy. Our concurrent system model is now sufficiently complete to test its usefulness not only in the interpretation of the phenomena connected with our little current generator, but also in the...
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