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“There is no question that can be propounded of such universal and absorbing interest as this:"-" Compared with it all other inquiries sink into absolute insignificance." British Critic or Theological Review. No. XI.
TWO DEPARTED SPIRITS;
WHOSE LEAVING THIS WORLD
GAVE RISE TO THE FOLLOWING INQUIRY
REGARDING THE STATE OF THE DEAD,
AND THE FUTURE CONDITION
OF THE HUMAN RACE,
IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE,
BY THE AUTHOR.
"He discoursed on the nature of the soul,-and the wonders of another
life more mysterious even than this."
Life of Sobieski, King of Poland.
"For here we have no continuing city, but we seek one to come."
Heb. xii. 14.
The Creator of the world, and the formation of our first parents; their
primeval state, and inquiries into the truth of several commonly
DEATH, and the necessity there exists for understanding and reflecting
on its consequences to the soul; with the unfounded and conflict-
The natures of Soul and Body, and of Animal Life; with popular illus-
Proofs from the Scriptures that the departed souls of men have not as
yet entered into Heaven or Hell; if by these terms are understood
The belief in a Middle State shown to give no countenance to the Ro-
man Catholic notion of Purgatory, and that such a place can have
A critical inquiry into the proper meaning of certain Hebrew and Greek
words used in the Old and New Testaments, which clearly denote
On the appearance of the spirit of Samuel at Endor; and that of Moses