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God The Known And God The Unknown

By: Samuel Butler
Published By: Double9 Books
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"God the Known and God the Unknown," a philosophical treatise authored by using Samuel Butler, offers a profound exploration of theology and the concept of God. The book provides Butler's exceptional perspectives on faith and spirituality, which have been heavily motivated by means of his historical past in the sciences and his highbrow interest. The work is split into elements, as indicated through its identify. In "God the Known," Butler posits that our understanding of God is a mirrored image of our very own human studies and emotions. He suggests that human interpretations of the divine are confined by using our finite potential to recognise the limitless. In "God the Unknown," Butler delves into the mysteries and uncertainties surrounding the divine. He demanding situations hooked up religious dogmas and advocates for a greater open and flexible approach to theological questions. Butler's thought-provoking arguments inspire readers to contemplate the character of faith and spirituality in a crucial and introspective way. Throughout the e-book, Samuel Butler's writing reveals a mix of scientific reasoning and philosophical inquiry, making "God the Known and God the Unknown" an idea-scary and surprisingly seemed paintings that maintains to stimulate discussions on the relationship among humanity and the divine, the bounds of religious knowledge, and the evolving nature of spirituality.

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Samuel Butler

Butler was the grandson of Samuel Butler, the principal of Shrewsbury School and afterwards the bishop of Lichfield. He was the son of the Reverend Thomas Butler. The young Samuel transferred to St. John's College in Cambridge after spending six years at Shrewsbury, where he graduated in 1858. In order to prepare for holy orders, young Butler even went so far as to do a little "slumming" in a London parish because his father wanted him to become a clergyman. He was being pulled away from all his father stood for, including his family, the church, and Christianity itself—or at least what it had seemed to imply at Langar Rectory—by the current of his fierce independence and heresy. After an unpleasant incident with his father, Butler left Cambridge, the church, and his home and emigrated to New Zealand, where (using money provided by his father) he established a sheep run in the Canterbury settlement. Butler then returned to Cambridge and continued his musical studies and drawing. After doubling his money in New Zealand, Butler left for England in 1864 and moved into the Clifford's Inn apartment that would serve as his permanent residence. The Way of All Flesh, which was released in 1903, the year after Butler passed away, is widely regarded as his best work. It undoubtedly encompasses a lot of the essential elements of Butlerism.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 42Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359954675
  • ISBN-13:9789359954677
  • Item Weight: 63g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 2.85mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Religion / Spirituality