John Stuart Mill BELIEVED IN GOD


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 GOD SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF THE GREATEST MINDS (Click on title for more information)

                                                                                                                                                                        "In voluntary action alone we see a commencement, an origination of motion; since all other causes appear incapable of this origination experience is in favor of the conclusion that all the motion in existence owed this beginning to this one cause, voluntary agency, if not that of man, then of a more powerful being."
(Mill, 1969, 437)

"Among the facts of the universe to be accounted for, it may be said, is mind; and it is self evident that nothing can have produced Mind but Mind."
(Ibid, 439)

"I think it must be allowed that, in the present state of our knowledge, the adaptations in nature afford a large balance of probability in favor of creation by intelligence."
(Ibid, 450    


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