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In former works in the pursuit of truth, the chief object kept in View has been that of discovering in what way the light of science tends to make known to men Divine order and law, as conceived to be the Will of God. This has been done in the light Of the method of the teaching of Christ, as fully explained, and the results have been, as related to Nature, Man and the Bible, such as require the careful consideration of thoughtful men. It is assumed here that unity and harmony of thought have been attained in this direction: thus what is required atgthe present time is not the further study of that line of thought. It is, however, one thing to perceive that such agreement exists in the light of science and the method Of Christ, and to apply these conceptions to the more practical problems of life as these are studied by thoughtful men. When men by the inductive, or scientific, method of thought seek to discover truth, what they desire to know is the true relations that exist, what truly is and what ought to be they seek after definable order, and when that discovered order is verified, then this becomes law, what men ought ever to expect under similar conditions. The position which science has reached, as related to order and law in the physical world is unique in history it is not what men expected in fact, they have had revealed to them a new universe that transcends in glory all the experiences and empiric reasonings of men. It is true that science works for practical ends: but it can now be seen that the results of scientific work, in every direction, tend toward a perfect idealism an intellectual cosmic universe in which order and law are found to be regnant.

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  • John Coutts (Author)
  • Forgotten Books (28 Jun. 2016)
  • English
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