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SCIENCE AND THE NATURE OF GOD
The Congregationalist and Christian World
Can a man by searching find out God? The founder of the Gifford Lectures believed that men may find much, of great importance; that science, indeed, is but a reading of what God has revealed of himself in His works. Therefore he established the lectureship, and four volumes have recently been published which go far to justify the undertaking.
The two volumes entitled "The Pathway to Reality" contain the lectures for 1902-03. Mr. Haldane, the author, is just now much in the public eye as the British Secretary of State for War, but he is also the leading English expounder of the idealist philosophy. He believes that "unhappy consequences have followed the neglect of faith to seek support in reason." That neglect he endeavors to remedy. There are four groups of six lectures each, on "The Meaning of Reality," "The Criticism of Categories," "Absolute Mind," and "Finite Mind." The line of reasoning is to show that the ultimate reality is mind, and that within mind the whole of experience must fall. God is the mind of which man is a manifestation in a lower form. The whole nature of reality depends upon and falls within self-consciousness. The last lectures discuss the problem of immortality. Mr. Haldane is a thorough-going Hegelian, and readers philosophically inclined will enjoy following his argument.
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