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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - November 28, 1829, Boston, MassachusettsOr Catholic Sentinel. I i 03�� a Leif Rig Ai Al we a is dec vol. I. Host the. , weekly to appear Mercry saturday by s. Cun Don a f. Ii in to for the . At 93 per Annun in null be port paid and directed to the in Irons of the a a tit or Quot boat Oil Man. The object la to explain diffuse end defend the Princi Pien of the Oak. Catholic and Apo Tolic cur ii. A a Ornee no. Ii . Existence or Ood. Proved by the Faith of Mankind. Platom no. 12.�?page the following a re the word of the author of the supplement Ife arc reproached for having mentioned the names of Many individuals in our justification without solid grounds upon inconclusive passages in their writings in a indefinite reports but Trhan ire presumed to eulogize them we did not feel ourselves obliged to be so this to he Aure is candid enough and the assertion is tantamount to this Viz that the dictionary was composed without sufi Girnt accuracy with the View of swelling the list of atheism. Such conduct is ridiculous and deplorable. Ought not the heart of every honest Man to Cut High with indignation on Ruding so pitiful a defence ? does it not at the same time furnish a theme for the most melancholy reflection upon the aberrations of the human in ind or rather the depravity of the human heart in an age when w Riters supposed that they could with no Small share of glory publish their foul and Dis organizing calumnies to the world 1 what indignity is not thus Flung upon the ashes of the most illustrious among men by imputing to the sincere ardent yet Humble adores of the divinity certain sentiments which their souls abhorred every judicious discerned Trust at once perceive that the unfortunate to Koms quis Contra nos ? in goo be for it a saturday november atheist is afraid of himself. He strives to Pluck up courage from his misery and to oppose it to overwhelming Powers of conscience. He hears the voice of the universe raised against him and in Bis confusion and dismay he endeavours to bring up to his Aid the most Brilliant name of past time. Terror leads him Astrov and confounds his reason and thus without proofs in the Verv face of evidence historical Faith and indisputable facts in opposition to their substantial Virtues the result of their Creed the zealous pious worshippers of deity Are by i distorted imagination transformed into atheists. The history of the last fifty years hears testimony to such a lamentable result. With what desolation has not the Demon spirit of impiety smitten the Earth the tombs of the great and the Good were polluted their very memories were outraged in truth we know not which of the two abominations is More revolting the sacrilegious robbers who exhumed the venerable remains of humanity and exposed them to the licentious insults of in infuriated mob or the impious prof Nurs of Genius and virtue who invoke greatness and Sanctity to shield them from the infamy the execration of atheism. Enough has been said upon the universality of the Faith of Mankind concerning the divinity. Our second proposition is that this Faith must proceed from nature and unclouded reason. Now that the belief in a god is established by the Universal Faith of the human family we ask whence is it derived ? docs it emanate from prejudice or passion ? or does it originate in nature and reason ? what then is this doctrine a Man May naturally say to himself which is More ancient than the earliest records of history which has subjected to its salutary influence the Savage the Sage and the Saint which has triumphed Over revolutions that changed the face of the Earth which is Felt in the l a Wiio is against i s a i Ulm. Viii. Xxxi. 28, 1829. No Xiii. Forest and in the City which is seen in the Nadir gloom of barbarism and in the Zenith Light of civilization i lot morality change As it May let Laws he trampled upon and annihilated let empires crumble into dust this doctrine presents its colossal majesty and might above the revolutions the ruins of the moral the physical universe. Yes let the legion Host of passion Rise against it let ignorance Cloud it let impious sophistry attack it they will ail find that it is As indestructible a its parents god thet must he convinced that in its buoyancy like Noah Sark it rises Superior to the buffeting and Billowy fury of a worlds deluge and finally rests in the Harbour of heaven. To to the nation that has lost sight of it the accumulated fury of omnipotence will consume it. Let nations differ Ever so widely in language. In moral and in mind let Ocean tear them asunder let exterminating War Crimson their Fields amidst the War shouts of a rattling world yet with its a god i their Standard of Kami upheld by Zorh land in defence of Ilia name. Whence comes that Unity that Antiquity that universality that immutability of doctrine among so Many nations that Are separated from and frequently so opposed to each other in every other respect t if aver is that Power which can thus Chain Dow n so Many nations and Ages to such a Creed ? How can we account for this Universal concert of Praise to the deity Why is it that a a in every place Quot Man is As naturally religious As he i naturally reasonable ? an i uniform i Universal effect requires an uniform Universal cause Why then should we not Here recognize the voice of nature and of truth which thus rings through the world Quot tid Gladden every heart ? not there is no necessity for discussing the motives which have identified the human family with this salutary Faith. Whatever May he the sent

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