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Reason, the Only Oracle of Man, or a Compendious System of Natural Religion (Classic Reprint) Ethan Allen
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SECTION II - THE CONTENTIONS WHICH SUBSISTED BETWEEN THE PROPHETS RESPECTING THEIR VERACITY, AND THEIR INCONSISTENCIES WITH ONE ANOTHER, AND WITH THE NATURE OF THINGS, AND THEIR OMISSION IN TEACHING THE DOCTRINE OF IMMORTALITY, PRECLUDES THE DIVINITY OF THEIR PROPHECIES WHOEVER examines the writings of the prophets will discover a spirit of strife and contention among them; they would charge each other with fallacy and deception; disputations of this kind are plentifully interspersed through the writings of the prophets; we will transcribe a few of those passages out of many: "Thus saith the Lord to the foolish prophets that follow their own spirit, and have found nothing, they have seen vanity and lying divination, saying the Lord saith, and the Lord hath not sent them, and they have made others to hope that they would confirm the word." And in another place, "I have not sent these prophets, yet they ran; I have not spoken unto them, yet they prophecy." Again, "I have heard what the prophets said, that prophecy lies in my name, saying, I have dreamed, I have dreamed, yet they are the prophets of the deceit of their own hearts." And again, "Yea, they are greedy dogs, which can never have enough, and they are shepherds that cannot understand; they all look to their own way, every one for his gain from his quarter.".It is nevertheless to be regretted, that the bulk of mankind, even in those nations which are most celebrated for learning and wisdom, are still carried down the torrents of superstition, and entertain very unworthy apprehensions of the BEING, PERFECTIONS, CREATION) and PROVIDENCE Of GOD, and their duty to him, which lays an indispensable obligation on the philosophic friend an nature, unanimously to exert themselves in every lawful, wise, and prudent method, to endeavor to reclaim mankind from their ignorance and delusion, by enlightening their minds in those great and sublime truths concerning God and his providence? and their obligations to moral rectitude, which in this world, and that which is to come, cannot fail greatly to affect their happiness and well beingSupernatural revelation is as applicable to beasts, birds and fishes, as it is to us; for neither we nor they are capable of being acted upon supernaturally, as all the possible exertions and operations of nature, which respect the natural or moral world, are truly naturalThat he was a mere creature is further evident from his prayer to the father, saying, "father if it be possible, let this cup pass from me, nevertheless, not my will but thine be done." These expressions speak forth the most humble submission to his father's will, authority and government, and however becoming so submissive a disposition to the divine government would be, in a creature, it is utterly inconsistent and unworthy of a God, or of the person of Jesus Christ, admitting him to have been a divine person, or of the essence of GodInnocent man was required to labor and subdue the earth, out of which he was to be subsisted; had a license to eat of the fruit of the trees, or herbage of the garden, which pre- supposeth that his nature needed refreshment the same as ours does; for otherwise it would have been impertinent to have granted him a privilege incompatible with his nature, as it would have been no privilege at all, but an outright mockery, except we admit, that innocent human nature was liable to decay, needed nutrition by food, and had the quality of digestion and perspiration; or in fine, had the same sort of nature as we have; for otherwise he could eat but one belly-full, which without digestion would remain the same, and is too romantic to have been the original end and design of eatingReason, the Only Oracle of Man (Paperback) Published February 28th 2015 by Createspace Paperback, 134 pages Author(s): Ethan Allen ISBN: 1506146015 (ISBN13: 9781506146010) Average rating: 0.0 (0 ratings) more details Want to Read saving Error rating bookNew Book.Shipped from US within 10 to 14 business days.THIS BOOK IS PRINTED ON DEMANDNow if any of them will drink a dose of deadly poison, which I could prepare, and it does not "hurt them," I will subscribe to their divine author and end the dispute; not that I have a disposition to poison any one, nor do I suppose that they would dare to take such a dose as I could prepare for them, which, if so, would evince that they were unbelievers themselves, though they are extremely apt to censure others for unbelief, which according to their scheme is a damnable sinColonel Ethan Allen, the author of Oracles of Reason, was the son of Joseph Allen, a native of Coventry, Connecticut, a farmer in moderate circumstances

But it is too common for great faith and little knowledge to unite in the same person; such persons are beyond the reach of argument and their faith immovable, though it cannot remove mountainsPresumably he was aware of their ideas, but his views about religion are his ownHave one to sell? Sell on Amazon Flip to back Flip to front Listen Playingbernard law the man and his witness religion He considered much of the Bible to be mythical superstition, and held great contempt for organised religion which he viewed as corrupt and sinful, with the priesthood in particular targeted for its inadequaciesSee more Product details Paperback: 186 pages Publisher: Forgotten Books (June 21, 2012) Language: English ASIN: B008LVYDB2 Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 starsSee all reviews(3 customer reviews) Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,426,886 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #3674 inBooks > Religion & Spirituality > Religious Studies > Comparative Religion If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Customer reviews4.6 out of 5 stars34.6 out of 5 stars5 star67%4 star33%3 star0%2 star0%1 star0%Share your thoughts with other customersWrite a customer reviewSee all verified purchase reviewsTop customer reviews5.0 out of 5 starsA Must ReadByJames D

Now admitting that the compilers were really honest principled men, (which is more than we are certain of) it would follow, that they would be obliged to cull out of the mixed mass of premised divine and human writings, such as to them appeared to be divine, which would make them to be the sole arbitrators of the divinity that they were compiling to be handed down to posterity as the infallible word of God, which is a great stretch of prerogative for mortal, and fallible man to undertake, and as great a weakness in others to subscribe to it, as of divine authoritycase study of diseases typically seen by practitionersDestination, Rates & Speeds Item Description: 2013Fanning, in his dictionary definition of the word Bible, subjoins the following history of its translations: "The translation of this sacred volume was begun very early in this kingdom," [England,] "and some part of it was done by King AlfredBut as it was not my design so much to confute the multiplicity of false representations of a God, as to represent just and consistent ideas of the true God, I shall therefore omit any further observation on them in this place, with this remark, that all unjust representations, or ideas of God, are so many detractions from his character among mankind

than for its singular adoption of a system which is .Persecution in the Early Church: What is more certain than that the event of the expedition against Ramoth Gilead must have comported with the one or the other of his prophecies? Certain it was, that Ahab would take it or not take it, he must either prosper or not prosper, as there would be no third way or means between these two; and it appears that the prophet was determined to be in the right of it by his prophecy both waysIt was a long secession of ages that all christendom were dupes to the See of Rome, in which time it is too evident to be denied, that the holy fathers obtruded a great deal of pious fraud on their devotees; all public worship was read to the people in unknown languages, as it is to this day in Roman Catholic countriesWe will premise, that an unbeliever is destitute of faith, which is the cause of his being thus denominatedPaperback

As one of the few public figures at the time of the American Revolutionary War to lambaste religion, Allen remains a figure of some interest to historians for his iconoclasm and convictions of beliefReason, the Only Oracle of Man is Colonel Ethan Allen s polemical treatise wherein he argues for the power of reason, and reason s nature as a God-given attribute of manDestination, Rates & Speeds Item Description: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformAs one of the few public figures at the time of the American Revolutionary War to lambaste religion, Allen remains a figure of some interest to historians for his iconoclasm and convictions of beliefCritical remarks on the truth and harmony of the four GospelsIt is interesting to compare them with the ideas of Thomas Paine, another famous revolutionary patriot who later offended his fellow citizens with criticism of Christianity, in "The Age of Reason." The principle of both men, and of Deists in general, was that human beings acquire knowledge of God by observation and reason, not from supposed verbal revelations.Allen begins with the grounds for his belief in God, which consist of the traditional notions of God as first cause, first mover, and the source of order in the universe 5d8a9798ff

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