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(33)BACON AND RELIGIOUS CONCEPT.

          Mr. Montague’s notion that Bacon desired power only in order to do good to mankind, appears somewhat strange to us, when we consider how Bacon afterwards used power, and how he lost it. Surely the service which he rendered to mankind by taking lady Wharton’s broad pieces and Sir John Kennedy's Cabinet was not of such vast importance as to sanctify all the means which might conduce to that end. If the case were fairly stated, it would, we much fear, stand thus: Bacon was a servile advocate, that he might be a corrupt judge”.

 

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(34)BACON THE LORD OF THE DAY.

The way in which the two favourites acted towards Bacon was highly characteristic, and may serve to illustrate the old and true saying, that a man is generally more inclined to feel kindly towards one on whom he has conferred invous than towards one from whom he has received them. Essex loaded Bacon with benefits, and never thought that he had done enough. It seems never to have crossed the mind of the powerful and wealthy noble that the poor barister whom he treated with such munificent kindness was not his equal. It was, we have no doubt, with perfect sincerity that the Earl declared that he would willingly give his sister or daughter in marriage to his friend.

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(35)THE BACONIAN CULTURE AND THE ANTICHRIST..

(1) "Messih-id-Dajjal is one-eyed, left-eyed. On its right eye is a wart of the size of a grape". This Baconian culture, this Baconian progress and this Baconian Science are all the three, one-eyed, left-eyed. Their basis is exclusively on materialism and have to do nothing with spiritualism or the next world. This modern science is confined to the five senses and is utterly blind in the spiritual world. Metaphysics, resurrection and the things on that side of the grave are outside its scope. Right eye is metaphorically associated with the spiritual, the left with material.....

 

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:(36)BACONIAN PHILOSOPHY AND THE BACONIAN PROGRESS.

Man had taken to the pursuit of moral philosophy merely to give himself the law, and instead of pursuing the course of natural philosophy went astray and adopted the course of moral philosophy, said Bacon. Now this is a philosophy in radical opposition to the philosophy of every revealed religion. The pursuit of moral philosophy according to the revealed religion is the primary purpose of man's life. The pursuit of natural philosophy for material benefit has only a secondary place and is treated as mere necessity.

 

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