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Above Life's Turmoil

You can listen to James Allen's book Above Life's Turmoil using the player below. Click on the play button to listen online or you can download the files to your computer using the links in the download column for use on your iPod or other MP3 player. .mp3browser {width:100%} .mp3browser…
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The Use of Reason

We have heard it said that reason is a blind guide, and that it draws men away from Truth rather than leads them to it. If this were true, it was better to remain, or to become, unreasonable, and to persuade others so to do. We have found, however, that…
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Reason

A great living preacher, in speaking of the common mistake of separating the intellectual from the emotional or love part of man's nature, very finely says that to do so is to leave the mental machine no better work than to "grind chaff into dust." In the same beautiful sermon…
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Reason (Poem)

Why asketh thou thus after my name, seeing it is a secret?—Judges xiii. 18 (A. V.) I ask of Thee, for I would humbly know,Where I can find a hidden place with Thee.I want to tell my doubtings, and to showMy weakness leans to frequent frailty.But Thou hast said, "My…
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Reason and Faith

There can be no surer sign of decrepitude and decay in faith than a prevalent nervousness about naming and commending reason, an unwillingness to allude to its existence except under wrappings of language which suggest that it is but a necessary evil. The fear of doing injury to the unstable…
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