On the Majesty of God
T Johnston, Portsmouth
Piety, Wonder, Extra-Terrestrial Life
Asserts the difficulty of gaining an adequate sense of the majesty of God. Suggests that the reader reflect on the increasing sense of solemnity in addressing larger and larger audiences, even 'the inhabitants of every globe, or the whole universe of intelligent existence'. Observes that God is in such a position.
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