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|fi Instead, one must accept that 'human beings possess rational powers that are |
impossible for beings whose actions are governed ... spiritual SElfhOOCl of man
has its only adequate ground in the transcendent spiritual Selfhood of God as
Absolute Mind. ... It is only when you are asked to believe in Reason coming from
non-reason that you must cry Halt, for if you don't, ... They do not come from
nowhere . . . each has its tap-root in an eternal, self-existent, rational Being,
whom we call ...
|fitted in as best they can round that primary claim.74 12.3.4 From anti-naturalism |
to pro-theism The argument so far is an ... then the basic explanation for some
events in the universe must be given in terms of reasons, not in terms of the blind
... It is only when you are asked to believe in Reason coming from non-reason
that you must cry Halt, for if you don't, ... They do not come from nowhere . . . each
has its tap-root in an eternal, self-existent, rational Being, whom we call God.'78
|He guessed what had happened ; but remembered with a thrill of joy chat the |
water was nowhere deep enough to drown. ... I don't fancy," answered Daisy,
softly, " that one thinks of sense and reason, papa, when one loves. ... Dr.
Dalkeith halted, and looking gravely at her, said — " Daisy, will you promise me
that 1 You will not think any more of this ... Then," cried the doctor, " he may stop
as he is. ... Come you must ; I accept no refusal ; and mind to bring your strange
patient with you.
|Lewis, C. S. It is only when you are asked to believe in Reason coming from non-|
reason that you must cry Halt. Human minds. They do not come from nowhere. -
Lewis, C. S. Miracles do not, in fact, break the laws of nature. - Lewis, C. S. Part ...
|La Bruyere, Jean De It is only when you are asked to believe in Reason coming |
from non-reason that you must cry Halt. Human minds. They do not come from
nowhere. - Lewis, C. S. Miracles do not, in fact, break the laws of nature. - Lewis ...
|The character of this saloon before I came was a lliing to make you shudder; it is |
now quite a respectable 'drinkcry. ... The natrons of the establishment seemed in
no wise surprised, but they rose, and some of them extended a respectful good-
evening. ... ith that halting nervousness so usual to him on occasions when his
noble mind was clearest : " Would you have your ... Will it come?" Mr. Ellis asked
again. " Is there a possibility of riots in Mineshoro?" " I hope we may avoid them
|"Spinoza! one of the first who declared that there is matter, mind and force in |
every atom of the universe, that the ... "Tyronne admitted me to your studio in
Paris, and 1 thought you must be doing most of your work there, but I see you are
... As I entered your studio today 1 found you just as I did when I entered it three
years ago — meditating seriously while you ... "We are all limited today in ways
multitudinous, but there is no reason why all should not hold to high ideals of life
and be ...
|Have done with those foolish conditions; they are' but halting similes that can |
give no idea of eternity. ... Here my mind stands amazed, my understanding is
baflied, my reason is nowhere! Well may I cry out with Thy Prophet, O Lord! ... and
are not yet earnestly minded to make a good confession and to amend your lives,
what are you thinking of if you refuse to ... And I believe you, and am certain that if
you agreed to accept the condition, you would repent the very first moment,
|But if I were young enough to look forward to examination- tests as an examinee, |
I think I should avoid the logic of Mr. Wren ... I believe — indeed I know — that the
rules for the I.C.S. Examinations were drawn up with a desire to provide a ... Well,
it is to be presumed that this gentleman credited humanity in general with a mind
like his own ; and, as one of that august body, I see no reason to congratulate
myself on the comparison. ... Anyway, they will not always come to the angler.