Biblical Psychology, Vol. 1 of 4 (Classic Reprint)
Jonathan Langstaff Forster
Excerpt from Biblical Psychology, Vol. 1 of 4
During the life of Jesus Christ on earth, he rebuked those then professing to be explainers of God's Word thus - "Ye have taken away the key of knowledge." With equal justice might a similar accusation be brought, in this age, against our theologians - "Ye have taken away the key of knowledge. The Arch-Deceiver has once more destroyed the simple truth by Ye shall not surely die, by inculcating the immortality of the soul.
Every religion must be based upon its own psychology. The assertion that the deity is the soul of the world, when credited, tends to Pantheism. By this system, the human soul is declared a discerption from the divine soul, and to be merged, at man's decease, into the Universal Spirit.
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