Why Pascal Rejected the God of the Philosophers
Irf a state declaration wishes to bring endowments by the creator into consideration, it cannot rightly do so apart from revelation of his character through nature and special revelation. A nation that defines God to its own ends, even if these ends have good names, has established itself in idolatry. No rights of life, liberty, or the pursuit of happiness a . . .
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