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7 Viritior. [See Robert Hall on French Atheism.]

8 Ps. cxlviii. 5.

9 Ps. ciii. 24.

10 Deut. iv. 39.

11 Ps. ciii. 32.

12 Isa. xl. 22, 12.

13 Isa. xlv. 22.

14 Isa. xiii. 8.

15 Isa. lxvi. 1. [No portable or pocket god.]

16 Isa. lxvi. 2.

17 Isa. xlv. 7. [ A lesson to our age.]

18 Rom. i. 20. ["So that they are without excuse."]

19 1 Tim. i. 17.

20 Rom. xi. 33.

21 Gen. i. 31.

22 In other words, God is always the same in essence, in personality, and in attributes.

23 Mal. iii. 6.

24 Ex. iii. 14. [The ineffable name of the Self-Existent.]

25 Ps. xxxiv. 15. [Anthropopathy, p. 611.]

26 Gen. viii. 21.

27 Ex. xxxi. 18.

28 Ps. cxxxvi. 12.

29 Isa. i. 21.

30 Isa. lxvi. 1. [Capp. v. and vi. are specimens of vigorous thought.]

31 2 Chron. xix. 16.

32 Ps. cxxxix. 8, 9, 10.

33 John iv. 21.

34 John iv. 24.

35 sc. in the Old Testament.

36 That is to say, "of Birth and dissolution." [He is the Now.]

37 1 Cor. ii. 9.

38 [ Ex. iii. 2. Not consuming. Heb. xii. 29, "consuming."]

39 [Madame de Stael has beautifully remarked on the benefit conferred upon humanity by Him who authorized us to say," Our Father." "Scientific" atheism gives nothing instead.]

40 Matt. x. 29, 30.

41 [ Ezek. i. 10 and Rev. iv. 7.]

42 [The science of the third century had overruled the Pythagorean system, and philosophers bound the Church and the human mind in the chains of false science for ages. The revival of true science was due to Copernicus, a Christian priest, and to Galileo,and other Christians. Let this be noted.]

43 " Vigent," or otherwise " lucent."

44 " Ministraret" seems to be preferable to " monstraret."

45 [Our author's genius actually suggests a theory, in this chapter, concerning the zoa, or "living creatures," which anticipates all that is truly demonstrated by the "evolutionists," and which harmonizes the variety of animated natures. Rev. v. 13, 14.]

46 Ps. lxviii. 18.

47 [The universe is here intended, as in Milton, "this pendent world." Parad. Lost, book ii. 1052.]

48 Rom. xi. 33. "Note also the rest of the text" is our author's additional comment.

49 Gen. xvii. 8.

50 Gen. xlix. 10.

51 Ex. iv. 13.

52 Deut. xviii. 15.

53 Deut. xxviii. 66.

54 Isa. xi. 1.

55 Isa. vii. 13.

56 Isa. xxxv. 3-6.

57 Isa. xiii. 2, 3.

58 Isa. lv. 3.

59 Isa. lv. 4, 5.

60 Isa. liii. 7.

61 Isa. liii. 5.

62 Isa. liii. 2.

63 Isa. lxv. 2.

64 Isa. xi. 10.

65 Hos. vi. 3.

66 Ps. cx. 1, 2.

67 Ps. ii. 8.

68 Ps. lxxii. 1.

69 John i. 14. [Of fables and figments, see cap. viii. p. 617.]

70 2 Cor. xvi. 50. [Vol. iii. p. 521, this series.]

71 Scil. in its alternative.

72 Matt. xxiii. 42 et seq.

73 Gal. iv. 4.

74 Luke vi.5.


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