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" Think (he used to say) of a being who would make a Hell — who would create the human race with the infallible foreknowledge, and therefore with the intention, that the great majority of them were to be consigned to horrible and everlasting torment. "
Is Life Worth Living? - Página 257
por William Hurrell Mallock - 1879 - 328 páginas
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen139

1874
...human mind can devise, and have called this God, and prostrated themselves before it. This ne phis ultra of wickedness he considered to be embodied in...presented to mankind as the creed of Christianity.' It does not seem to have occurred to Mr. Mill to inquire whether what was presented as the creed of...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volumen17;Volumen37

1880
...Christendom, the " ne plus ultra of wickedness." It was the " worship of a wicked God." " Think," he says, " of a being who would make a hell — who would create...race with the infallible foreknowledge, and therefore witli the intention, that the vast majority of them should be assigned to horrible and everlasting...
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American Church Review, Volúmenes37-38

1882
...which the human mind can devise, and have called this God, and prostrated themselves before it. Think of a being who would make a hell — who would create...with the intention, that the great majority of them were to be consigned to horrible and everlasting torment." No bolder statement of one phase of the...
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Autobiography

John Stuart Mill - 1873 - 313 páginas
...which the human mind can devise, and have called this God, and prostrated themselves before it. This ne plus ultra of wickedness he considered to be embodied...with the intention, that the great majority of them were to be consigned to horrible and everlasting torment. The time, I believe, is. drawing near when...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volumen88

1873
...which the human mind can devise, and have called this God, and prostrated themselves before it. This ne plus ultra of wickedness he considered to be embodied in what is commonly presentedto mankind as the creed of Christianity. Think (he used to say) of a being who would make...
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Old and New

Edward Everett Hale - 1874
...the human mind can devise, ami have called this God, and prostrated themselves before it. This т¡<i plus ultra of wickedness he considered to be embodied...with the intention, that the great majority of them were to bo consigned to horrible and everlasting torment. Tho time, I heiieve, is drawing near when...
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Strivings for the Faith: A Series of Lectures, Delivered in the New Hall of ...

Christian Evidence Society - 1874 - 287 páginas
...the human mind can devise, and have •called this God and prostrated themselves before it. This tie plus ultra of wickedness he considered to be embodied...with the intention, that the great majority of them were to be consigned to horrible and everlasting torment." Such then were the opinions of the father....
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Strivings for the faith: a ser. of lects. delivered under the auspices of ...

Strivings - 1874
...which the human mind can devise, and have called this God and prostrated themselves before it. This ne plus ultra of wickedness he considered to be embodied...Think (he used to say) of a being who would make a Hell—who would create the human race with the infallible foreknowledge, and therefore with the intention,...
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The Baptist Quarterly, Volumen8

Lucius Edwin Smith, Henry Griggs Weston - 1874
...after his own interests. Mr. James Mill " looked on religion as the greatest enemy of morality. .... The ne plus ultra of wickedness he considered to be...presented to mankind as the creed of Christianity." But while he held such views he was unwilling to confess them to others, lest it might subject him...
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The Evangelical repository. Vol. 1- new

1874
...which the human mind can devise, and have called this God, and prostrated themselves before it. This ne plus ultra of wickedness he considered to be embodied...presented to mankind as the creed of Christianity." (pp. 40, 41.) With such conceptions of God and Christianity it need not be a matter of astonishment...
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