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That the Infinite love MORAL EVIL CONSIDERED. which is as admirable as saving cry out in ! " an ecstasy — " O, the depths of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God How ! "* man nity far nature is advanced and glory. " fect of his attributes, excellence, will be made known more fully ; and those things, u into which the angels desire to look," will be unfolded mysterious and awful in all their grandeur. Throughout never-ending ages, virtuous minds will be enlarged with knowledge, exalted happiness, and improved in dignity fections ; and and praises become more refined und elevat- ed, in a rapid and regular succession.
Rational, In creating man, a new mystery is presented to our contemplation, viz. the union of soul and body, so accomplished as to constitute but one precipient Should the Unitarians being. " But this, by the bye, is this difficulty, mmaterial soul in only introducing to our view a ten times greater and more perplexing rious, as to be difficulty, an hypothesis so myste- no other than a gross absurdity and contradiction in terms : viz. matter tative, or thinking the doctrine of cogio for ; we might as well talk of a square circle, or a part being greater than the whole, of which itself is pose, that that which is a property of that which Hence, it is but a part, as to sup- simple and indivisible, to be is compound.
And whom could a some one did that per- son imitate but some one born before him where must this series terminate ? and If you say any MORAL EVIL CONSIDERED. where short of the man, you have first inroad at the identical first to account making its time, and fixing upon remarkable phenomenon of for the 49 sin the identical person you have selected, and this will be found infinitely more difficult, than extending the series to the great progenitors of the an aptitude to imitate evil human Besides, does not the very circumstance of race evil, and rather to imitate than g(jod, indicate something like that hered- itary taint which and supersede is ?