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|32 God is indeed dead. He died of self-horror when He saw the creature He had |
made in His own image. IRVING LAYTON (b. 1912), Canadian poet. The Whole
Bloody Bird, "Aphs-(l969). 33 God is a concept by which we measure our pain.
|Lawrence, D. H. God is indeed dead. He died of self-horror when He saw the |
creature He had made in His own image. - Layton, Irving God is a concept by
which we measure our pain. - Lennon, John Can a mortal ask questions which
|God is indeed dead. He died of self -horror when He saw the creature He had |
made in His own image. Religion versus Dionysianism: peace of mind is
obtained by ignoring the contradictions of existence; ecstasy, by embracing them.
|Still, I'm an unbeliever, and that's where I part company with Buber and other |
religious existentialists. God is indeed dead. When he saw the monster he had
made in his own image, the shock was too much for him. He died of self-horror.
|Without them he would have been imperfect as man ; and, had they existed in |
him, in their first exercises, perverted and sinful, he ... all perfection, cannot create
them but after his own image, as he sees it from all eternity in the Son. ... The
faculties which other creatures present only in a limited, disconnected manner,
were in him (as the /iurpoVo<r/<or) united into a ... To the body, the image of God
procured immortality (pome rum mart), as the outward dissolution of the forces (
death) is ...
|God's work was perfect, and if man saw in it aught of dread or of disgrace, he |
must have lost his own perfection. ... A child afraid of a perfectly good father, one
who had made him in his own image, and prepared for him a garden of delights !
A creature afraid of God for being in the state in which that God had made him ! ...
thou couldst have seen all future generations ingulfed in the abyss, of sin and
death, which thou hadst created ; if thou couldst have seen, beforehand, that
|He had always known that he should have resisted the Germans to the point of |
death, and he felt cleansed by his ... A minute later his own counsel asked him, '
Did you do what you did with the purpose of betraying your country? ... Because
prison was a horror to his goatish disposition and he had been there for six
months, he stood like a dead man not so ... had wept when he was refused. This
creature was indeed half a child himself. 'What did you do with your time?' he was
|added he, on perceiving the speechless agony of his lather — "or so weak as to |
tremble at the acknowledgment ? ... of a discovery during the very act could have
made the death of Baron Stralenheim known to any but him who caused it ? ...
roused to fury by a consciousness of the horror he inspires, u that if the prince's
household had really been alarmed, the ... The extravagance of his indiscretion,
the excess indeed of his credulity, the blindness of his self-love, all seemed at
once to ...
|His constant theme was fire and brimstone; and you would have judged from his |
discourse that he imagined the ... than building bonfires wherewith to roast the
creatures whom he had made in his own image. ... 'O!” said I, 'for the power of
Joshua—just to stop thee three minutes, until I can pass the dwellings of the self-
righteous!” But my exertions were of no avail. I saw the last gleam of the
ungenerous luminary flash athwart the village spire, just as I reached the centre
of the hamlet.
|8 And they heard the voice of the Lord God walking in the garden in the *cool of |
the day : and Adam and his wife rhid themselves ... 10 And he said, I heard thy
voice in the garden : land I was afraid, because I was naked ; and I hid myself. ...
In this manner was " lust at first conceived, then sin brought forth ; and sin being
finished, brought forth death. ... of his protection, and the honour of his presence,
they perceived that they were indeed made naked to their shame ; and their