Sciene and the Bible

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ARTICLE III. SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE-
A REVIEW OF " THE SIX DAYS OF CREATION " OF PROF. TAYLER LEWIS.1
By James D. Dana, LL. D., Silliman Professor of Natural History, Yale College.
" The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firma­ment showeth his handiwork." Thus spake the Psalmist in view of the revelation which God had made of himself in his works. With deeper emphasis may we now utter the same ascription of praise; for that revelation, as its records have been unfolded in these later days, has opened more and more glorious thoughts of the Almighty Architect, and appears as unfathomable in its truths, as God himself is in­finite. The world in general is satisfied to see this glory as exhibited in form, color, magnitude, and other outside quali-
1 The Six Days of Creation, or the Scriptural Cosmology, with the Ancient Idea of Time-Worlds in distinction from Worlds in Space. By Tayler Lewis, Professor of Greek in Union College. 12mo. pp.407. Schenectady, 1855.
 
 

 
     
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