The Resource Cosmogenia, : containing 1st. An illustration that gravitation and projectile force, considered as abstract powers, are insufficient to preserve solar systems in existence. 2. That this world was not made of nothing, nor of the eternal and imaginary atoms of Epicurus. 3. That nature or matter originated of spirit. 4. Lines of distinction between the natural and spiritual worlds. 5. That all worlds now existing, whether natural or spiritual, shall continue through endless duration. 6. That all things existing, whether in the natural or spiritual worlds, possess figure or shape. 7. That the supreme being possesses the most perfect figure of a man, notwithstanding is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent. 8. The manner in which God made the worlds. 9. The origin of the whites, blacks, and copper-colored of the human race., By the Rev. Hugh White, A.M

Cosmogenia, : containing 1st. An illustration that gravitation and projectile force, considered as abstract powers, are insufficient to preserve solar systems in existence. 2. That this world was not made of nothing, nor of the eternal and imaginary atoms of Epicurus. 3. That nature or matter originated of spirit. 4. Lines of distinction between the natural and spiritual worlds. 5. That all worlds now existing, whether natural or spiritual, shall continue through endless duration. 6. That all things existing, whether in the natural or spiritual worlds, possess figure or shape. 7. That the supreme being possesses the most perfect figure of a man, notwithstanding is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent. 8. The manner in which God made the worlds. 9. The origin of the whites, blacks, and copper-colored of the human race., By the Rev. Hugh White, A.M

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Cosmogenia, : containing 1st. An illustration that gravitation and projectile force, considered as abstract powers, are insufficient to preserve solar systems in existence. 2. That this world was not made of nothing, nor of the eternal and imaginary atoms of Epicurus. 3. That nature or matter originated of spirit. 4. Lines of distinction between the natural and spiritual worlds. 5. That all worlds now existing, whether natural or spiritual, shall continue through endless duration. 6. That all things existing, whether in the natural or spiritual worlds, possess figure or shape. 7. That the supreme being possesses the most perfect figure of a man, notwithstanding is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent. 8. The manner in which God made the worlds. 9. The origin of the whites, blacks, and copper-colored of the human race.
Title
Cosmogenia,
Title remainder
containing 1st. An illustration that gravitation and projectile force, considered as abstract powers, are insufficient to preserve solar systems in existence. 2. That this world was not made of nothing, nor of the eternal and imaginary atoms of Epicurus. 3. That nature or matter originated of spirit. 4. Lines of distinction between the natural and spiritual worlds. 5. That all worlds now existing, whether natural or spiritual, shall continue through endless duration. 6. That all things existing, whether in the natural or spiritual worlds, possess figure or shape. 7. That the supreme being possesses the most perfect figure of a man, notwithstanding is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent. 8. The manner in which God made the worlds. 9. The origin of the whites, blacks, and copper-colored of the human race.
Statement of responsibility
By the Rev. Hugh White, A.M
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
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White, Hugh
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Camp, Enoch Ely
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  • Cosmology
  • Spiritualism (Philosophy)
  • Swedenborg, Emanuel
  • General Convention of the New Jerusalem in the United States of America
Label
Cosmogenia, : containing 1st. An illustration that gravitation and projectile force, considered as abstract powers, are insufficient to preserve solar systems in existence. 2. That this world was not made of nothing, nor of the eternal and imaginary atoms of Epicurus. 3. That nature or matter originated of spirit. 4. Lines of distinction between the natural and spiritual worlds. 5. That all worlds now existing, whether natural or spiritual, shall continue through endless duration. 6. That all things existing, whether in the natural or spiritual worlds, possess figure or shape. 7. That the supreme being possesses the most perfect figure of a man, notwithstanding is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent. 8. The manner in which God made the worlds. 9. The origin of the whites, blacks, and copper-colored of the human race., By the Rev. Hugh White, A.M
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cooper 5434
  • Margaret Beck Block, The New Church in the New World (1932) p. 83, states that this was first published in 1817
  • "The following sentiments, are ... meant as congenial with the divinity and philosophy of the New Jerusalem Church."--p. iv
Control code
ocm05876806
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
[iii]-iv, 5-34 p.
Note
Photocopy. Obtained through interlibrary loan from XXX, November 2011.
System control number
(OCoLC)5876806
Label
Cosmogenia, : containing 1st. An illustration that gravitation and projectile force, considered as abstract powers, are insufficient to preserve solar systems in existence. 2. That this world was not made of nothing, nor of the eternal and imaginary atoms of Epicurus. 3. That nature or matter originated of spirit. 4. Lines of distinction between the natural and spiritual worlds. 5. That all worlds now existing, whether natural or spiritual, shall continue through endless duration. 6. That all things existing, whether in the natural or spiritual worlds, possess figure or shape. 7. That the supreme being possesses the most perfect figure of a man, notwithstanding is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent. 8. The manner in which God made the worlds. 9. The origin of the whites, blacks, and copper-colored of the human race., By the Rev. Hugh White, A.M
Publication
Note
  • Cooper 5434
  • Margaret Beck Block, The New Church in the New World (1932) p. 83, states that this was first published in 1817
  • "The following sentiments, are ... meant as congenial with the divinity and philosophy of the New Jerusalem Church."--p. iv
Control code
ocm05876806
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
[iii]-iv, 5-34 p.
Note
Photocopy. Obtained through interlibrary loan from XXX, November 2011.
System control number
(OCoLC)5876806

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