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Good Sense

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Published: 1772
Language: English
Wordcount: 57,256 / 174 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 70.5
LoC Category: BL
Downloads: 1,351 2160
Genres: Religion, Philosophy

hich is attributed to him

49. It is absurd to say that the human race is the object and end of the formation of the Universe

50. God is not made for Man, nor Man for God

51. It is not true that the object of the formation of the Universe was to render Man happy

52. What is called Providence is a word without meaning

53. This pretended Providence is the enemy of Man

54. The world is not governed by an intelligent being

55. God cannot be considered immutable

56. Good and evil are the necessary effects of natural causes. What is a God that cannot change any thing?

57. The consolations of Theology and the hope of paradise and of a future life, are imaginary

58. Another romantic reverie

59. It is in vain that Theology attempts to clear its God from human defects: either this God is not free, or else he is more wicked than good

60, 61. It is impossible to believe that there exists a God of infinite goodness and power

62. Theo



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