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" We do not find that evil has been interpolated into the universe from without; we find that, on the contrary, it is an indispensable part of the dramatic whole. God is the creator of evil, and from the eternal scheme of things diabolism is forever excluded. "
Little Journeys to Homes of Great Scientists ...: Ernst Haeckel. Carl von ... - Page 119
by Elbert Hubbard - 1905
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Through Nature to God, Volume 3

John Fiske - 1899 - 194 pages
...contrast. The profound truth of Aristotle's remark is thus more forcibly than ever brought home to us. We do not find that evil has been interpolated into...and perished,. along with the doctrine of special creations and other fancies of the untutored human mind. From our present standpoint we may fairly...
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The Apistophilon

Frank Dearborn Bullard - 1899 - 109 pages
...world there must be sorrow and pain, and in a moral world the knowledge of evil is indispensable. * * * We do not find that evil has been interpolated into...an indispensable part of the dramatic whole. God is a creator of evil, and from the eternal scheme of things diabolism is forever excluded. FISKE — Through...
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Through Nature to God

John Fiske - 1899 - 194 pages
...contrast. The profound truth of Aristotle's remark is thus more forcibly than ever brought home to us. We do not find that evil has been interpolated into...contrary, it is an indispensable part of the dramatic vhole. God is the creator of evil, and from the eternal scheme of things diabolism is forever excluded....
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Through Nature to God

John Fiske - 1899 - 194 pages
...contrast. The profound truth of Aristotle's remark is thus more forcibly than ever brought home to us. We do not find that evil has been interpolated into...from without ; we find that, on the contrary, it is v~an indispensable, part of the dramatic whole. God is the creator of evil, and from the eternal scheme...
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A treatise on atonement: in which the finite nature of sin is argued, its ...

Hosea Ballou - 1902 - 272 pages
...that attend it, I cannot admit its existence"; with John Fiske's ("Through Nature to God," p. 37), "We do not find that evil has been interpolated into...it is an indispensable part of the dramatic whole." The modern philosopher and the theologian of a century ago stand on the same ground. Fiske declares...
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'Clarion' Fallacies: A Reply to Mr. Robert Blatchford's Strictures Upon ...

Frank Ballard - 1908 - 196 pages
...devil the belief in a merciful and loving Heavenly Father becomes impossible," — Mr. Fiske says : "We do not find that evil has been interpolated into the universe from without. We find, on the contrary, that it is an indispensable part of the dramatic whole. God is the creator of evil,...
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Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book: Containing the Inspired and Inspiring ...

Elbert Hubbard - 1923 - 228 pages
...suffering, on the other hand an unthinkable world in which conscious life does not involve contrast. We do not find that evil has been interpolated into...special creation and other fancies of the untutored mind. From our present standpoint we may fairly ask, what would have been the worth of that primitive...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 83

1899
...contrast. The profound truth of Aristotle's remark is thus more forcibly than ever brought home to us. We do not find that evil has been interpolated into...day and perished, along with the doctrine of special creations and other fancies of the untutored human mind. From our present standpoint we may fairly...
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