Youth's Magazine, 3rd ser. 10 (1837), 93–95.
Death, Christianity, Immortality, Anatomy, Scientific Practitioners, Infidelity
Narrates the creation of Adam and the divine warning: 'In the day thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die!' (Gen. 2. 17). Reports that '[p]hilosophers and anatomists seek in vain for the deathless principle, and the infidel because he finds it not, boldly asserts that there is no such thing; and when a gentle voice is heard exclaiming "I am the resurrection and the life", he thinks it but an idle fable'. (93)
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