Was Man Created? (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (27 Sept. 2015)
By: Henry A. Mott (Author)
This work was originally written to be delivered as a lecture: but as its pages continued to multiply, it was suggested to the author by numerous friends that it ought to be published in book-form: this, at last, the author concluded to do. This work, therefore, does not claim to be an exhaustive discussion of the various departments of which it treats: but rather it has been the aim of the author to present the more interesting observations in each department in as concise a form as possible. The author has endeavored to give credit in every instance where he has taken advantage of the labors of others. This work is not intended for that class of people who are so absolutely certain of the truth of their religion and of the immortality that it teaches, that they have become unqualified to entertain or even perceive of any scientific objection: for such people may be likened unto those who, 'Seeing, they see, but will not perceive: and hearing, they hear, hut will not understand.' This work is written for the man of culture who is seeking for truth - believing, as does the author, that all truth is God's truth, and therefore it becomes the duty of every scientific man to accept it: knowing, however, that it will surely modify the popular creeds and methods of interpretation, its final result can only be to the glory of God and to the establishment of a more exalted and purer religion.
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