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(137)VIEWS OF BACON AND JESUS ANTICHRIST

              Blake was not to amiss when he said" If what Bacon says is true, what Christ says is false". These words of Blake were drowned in the universal zeal of the Baconian world when they were uttered. but have now emerged as sparkling truth in the light of the dreadful hazards that have appeared as the consequence of the antichrist Baconian philosophy of modern atomism. In the following we will seethe views of Jesus and Bacon is in a dialogue between Jesus and Bacon.

 

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(138)ATOMIC BOMB, WRATH OF GOD, AND NOT A WEAPON

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 Wither this world goeth? What its wanteth to do? Where doth it stand now? Einstein recorded his impressions of this world, in his "The world as I see it". What this impressions wee I am not aware, though I see this world myself, and find it very distracting. The overall picture is one of confusion mingled with confusion. Confusion heaped upon confusion. Confusion intermingled with anarchy. Anarchy intermingled with falsity. I thought myself as one dead set against the noxious philosophy of Darwinian evolution. but when I see the state of mankind today, then thanks to the inebriating influence of Baconian rationalistic lunaticism the philosophy oa man's spish origin appears to find some countenance in the behaviour of this presnt day mankind. Howsoever the philosophy of man's base a..

 

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(139)THE APPEARANCE OF THE BACONIAN CULTURE

 Jewish nation is a phenomenon in itself far beyond the pale of the entromorpomorphist, and for beyond the ken for the psychologist. It is a phenomena that has its won peculiar characteristics, and is at least as complex is the nuclear phenomenon. Indeed a remarkable and astonishing resemblance may be discovered between the two. It was Heine, the Jewish poet who remarked, "Judaism is not a religion, it is a misfortune". Misfortune indeed it proved to be eventually, not only of the Jews but the entire humanity. But not Judaism itself, not the religion which Moses gave, but the Jewish race with its peculiarly Jewish characteristics was that unfortunately appeared as the misfortune of itself and along with it that of entire mankind, anda misfortune at least as great as the discovery of atomic phenomena itself.

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.(140)THE CREATION OF UNIVERSE  A PARADOX

AND A VIEW OF COMPARATIVE  TRENDS

BETWEEN SCIENTIST AND QURAN

The inability of a scientist in recognizing order, design and plan in the universe is nothing short of a paradox. Referring to the Mysterious Universe by Sir James Jeans some amazing facts have come to light. The unscientific scientist philosopher has shown after some real painstaking, the probability of life being he result of a mere chance play of atoms. We have read this with care, and have found that there, could not be found a wonder greater than that a man whose whole mind be always and in every  way taxed with the question of cause and effect, act and consequence, laws: natural, inexorable and scientific, plans, designs, plots and projects, propositions, theories, hypotheses and formula; the man who would not stir a finger without the use of balance, and would not wink even without telescope; whose note-book be from end to ..

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