Publisher Description

This is a religion book. The argument from general laws says, There must be a God, because such and such an organic structure must in some way or other have been ultimately due to intelligence'. Every structure exhibits with more or less of complexity the principle of order; it is related to all other things in a universal order. This universality of order renders irrational the hypothesis of chance in accounting for the universe. 'Let us think of the supreme causality as we may, the fact remains that from it there emanates a directive influence of uninterrupted consistency, on a scale of stupendous magnitude and exact precision worthy of our highest conceptions of deity'. The argument was developed in the words of Professor Baden Powell.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
1894
May 23
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
185
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
126.1
KB

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