The Ideas of Infinity and Law

from Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion (1878)
  • Jon R. Stone


Every day, every week, every month, every quarter, the most widely read journals seem just now to vie with each other in telling us that the time for religion is past, that faith is a hallucination or an infantine disease, that the gods have at last been found out and exploded, that there is no possible knowledge except what comes to us through our senses, that we must be satisfied with facts and finite things, and strike out such words as infinite, supernatural, or divine from the dictionary of the future.


Human Thought Heavenly Body Religious Thought Settle Movement Early Stratum 
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