Russell had been appointed guardian of the pre-war decrypts, and he alone held the combination to the storage safe. Stimson's report to Congress, based on Clausen's work, was limited due to secrecy concerns, largely about cryptography. A more complete account was not made publicly available until the mids, and not published until as Pearl Harbor:
This is the climax of an outburst of God's rebuke and expostulation. He stoops to plead with His rebellious people. Here are two characteristics of the natural heart. An insinuation that God is a hard, austere Master. A readiness to yield all excepting the heart itself.
Notice that these three commands are linked together. The triple command cannot be dismembered. Notice that the order is logical, not that of historical development.
Justice is the root, mercy the foliage, and godliness the fruit.
There may be a noisy zeal in religion while the scant measure, the wicked balance, and the deceitful weight are used. The whole New Testament unfolds this idea. This is to be not an occasional act, but a habit; not in exercise when under pressure, but growing from an inward impulse.
Walking with God involves five particulars. Sense of His actual presence. Two remarks — 1 This verse is commonly quoted by the enemies of Christ, mere moralists.
But it is one of the most searching portions of the Word, and proves that by the law no flesh is justified, for by the law is the knowledge of sin. It is by a blameless life we are to illustrate to the world the genuineness of our faith and professions of godliness.
Let us not frustrate the grace of God, but lovingly heed this threefold law, that we may at once prove to ourselves, and to the world about us, that we are truly the children of God.
Apart from revelation man can only know of God through man. And so the guess of man concerning God in any age reveals that age's heart. The answers given to the question, "Wherewith shall I come before the Lord? Through them all the desire is manifestly to atone for bygone sin. Yet when we examine the offerings of atonement which man has laid upon the seen and unseen altars of the world, we cannot help exclaiming: What were sin if gifts like these would purchase cleansing?
What were man if gifts like these could give him peace? And what were God if gifts like these could call forth His forgiving love?
God's answer to the deepest question of humanity reveals God's character. He does not behold our efforts of atonement with complacency, as though we were climbing feebly up a righteous way. God regards our offerings of atonement with exalted scorn.Plato: Political Philosophy. Plato (c.
B.C.E.) developed such distinct areas of philosophy as epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, and aesthetics. His deep influence on Western philosophy is asserted in the famous remark of Alfred North Whitehead: “the safest characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato.”.
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