After Death

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1886. One of Randolph's literary labors on behalf of Rosicrucia. The text also discusses the world of spirits, its location, extent, appearance, the route thither, inhabitants, customs, societies, and sex and its users there, etc. with much matter pertinent to the question of human immortality. Partial Contents: Why? Is There Any God? Are Souls Created Here? Certain Very Important Questions; Why is Man Immortal? The Reply, Singular Proofs, Invisible People, Religion the Liver, What is God? The Answer, The Exact ...
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Overview

1886. One of Randolph's literary labors on behalf of Rosicrucia. The text also discusses the world of spirits, its location, extent, appearance, the route thither, inhabitants, customs, societies, and sex and its users there, etc. with much matter pertinent to the question of human immortality. Partial Contents: Why? Is There Any God? Are Souls Created Here? Certain Very Important Questions; Why is Man Immortal? The Reply, Singular Proofs, Invisible People, Religion the Liver, What is God? The Answer, The Exact Locality of Hell, White-Blooded People of the Future, An Astounding Prophecy. See other works by Randolph available from Kessinger Publishing.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781161411157
  • Publisher: Kessinger Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 5/23/2010
  • Pages: 166
  • Product dimensions: 0.44 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 7.00 (d)

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CHAPTER II. WHT 13 MAN IMMORTAL?THE REPLT SINGULAR PROOFSINVISIBLE PEOPLE "beligion" Thb Liter What is God? Thk AnswerThe Exact Localitt OP HELL WHITE-BLOODED PEOPLE OP THE FUTDREAN ASTOUNDING PROPHECY. Suppose that you, the reader, should take it into your head to ask the writer certain questions; if the latter was competent to answer them, the former would have the right of testing the soundness of the replies by the rules of the best logic extant. Before entering on the great task that lies before him, therefore, he, the writer, proposes to submit himself and the cause he advocates to such a test and trial. Then let it be understood that the questioner, throughout, represents the skeptical world ; and that he, conceding nothing as granted, demands all, like Shylock, must have his full due. Thus we shall be able to do something more than " guess at truth." Premising that I will not attempt to fully solve the problem " What, where, and who is God ? " because I cannot do it, although believing in his existence, I trusting to be excused for the third time using the personal pronounsay to the disbeliever, "Ask on!" Question. " You proclaim human immortality; I for the sake of learning, deny it, and demand the logical reasons of your belief in that mysterious dogma." Response. I believe in human immortality because : 1. The great majority of human kind, in every clime and age, and under all varieties of creeds, condition, and faith, believe it; and it is impossible for a faith so widely spread not to be founded on a truth. 2. Because all human history is replete with testimony affirming the reappearance on earth of persons known to be dead. Information unknown to the living has,in millions of instances, been imparted by such reapp...
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