Book: The Anti-Universalist, or, History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures
Author: Josiah Priest





The Anti-Universalist, or, History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures By Josiah Priest

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Pages (PDF): 411
Publication Date: 1839

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Summary:

From the Preface: 'No subject that has been agitated since man was created, can be said to have engaged the attention of all people, as that of religion, whether among Pagan or Christian nations. That it is thus, is, however, perfectly natural; because it claims to involve the interests of man, relative to both time and eternity, as universally allowed. In all ages, and under all circumstances, religion, whether handed down from father to son by tradition, or from God by inspiration, as in the case of the Holy Scriptures, has ever presented to notice two beings, who are shown as opposed to each other in their natures and pursuits. These two beings are known, or spoken of, by the terms Jehovah, and Satan; the good and the evil being, in Jewish and Christian countries; while in other parts of the earth, are equally acknowledged, if not thus named—differing only as languages differ, but conveying the same ideas.'


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