Types of Religion and their Union inC hristia Goth?3 View of theO pposition Matthew A rnold? Contrast of Hellenism and Hebraism Re-appearance of theO pposition in Modern Life Pope sE xpression of Pantheism, and theO bjections brought against it Pare Monotheism and theO bjections brought against it. Ix my lectures during last session, I endeavoured to set before you a view of religion as one of the three great factors or elements in our conscious life, which, therefore, like all the other elements or factors, is subjected to a continuous process of de velopment, and only in that process gradually comes to manifest its real meaning and purport. I tried to show that, just as a consciousness of the object and the subject, of the world without and the self within, must be supposed to exist in all rational beings, so in all rational beings there is at least a dawning consciousness of the unity presuppposed in this difference, of the universal which originates and transcends this elementary distinction of our life. VOL. II. (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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