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ON THE INSCRUTABILITY OF THE DIVINE COUNSELS AND WAYS
On the General Adaptation of External Nature
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actual adaptation affections already anger animal appear argument authority beauty benevolence called cause certain character circumstances conceive conscience consequent constitution creation creatures demonstration direct distinct divine earth economy established evidence evil example existence experience external fact feeling felt follow force former give given hand happiness hath heart hold human imagination important individual influence instance instinctive interests justice labour land least length less lessons light limit look manner material matter means mechanism mental mind moral nature never object observation obtain once operation original perfect philosophy physical possession possessory possible prayer present principle processes question reason regard relation respect result secure sense separate sequences side society sound species spirit stands strength strong Theology things thought tion truth universal violence virtue whole wisdom