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The Way to Divine Knowledge
     

The Way to Divine Knowledge

by William Law
 
[Way-1-1] Humanus. Oh! Theophilus, I must yield, and it is with great pleasure that I now enter into conversation with you. You have taken from me all power ofcavilling and disputing. I have no opinions that I choose to maintain, but have the utmost desire of entering further into this field of light, which you have so clearly opened to my view. I shall not trouble

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[Way-1-1] Humanus. Oh! Theophilus, I must yield, and it is with great pleasure that I now enter into conversation with you. You have taken from me all power ofcavilling and disputing. I have no opinions that I choose to maintain, but have the utmost desire of entering further into this field of light, which you have so clearly opened to my view. I shall not trouble you with the relation of what has passed in my soul, nor what struggles I have had, with that variety of heathenish notions which have had their turn in my mind.

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BN ID:
2940016332819
Publisher:
Library of Alexandria
Publication date:
03/24/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
361 KB

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