„He used to teach that God is incorporeal, as Plato also asserted, and that his providence extends over all the heavenly bodies.“

Aristotle, 13.
The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers (c. 200 A.D.), Book 5: The Peripatetics

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antiker Philosophiehistoriker 180 - 240

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„Yet God repeatedly made known his intention to prevail finally over all the power of the Devil, and to destroy all his works, and set up his own kingdom and interest among men, and extend it as universally as Satan had extended his.“

—  William Carey (missionary) English Baptist missionary and a Particular Baptist minister 1761 - 1834

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An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians (1792)
Kontext: Yet God repeatedly made known his intention to prevail finally over all the power of the Devil, and to destroy all his works, and set up his own kingdom and interest among men, and extend it as universally as Satan had extended his. It was for this purpose that the Messiah came and died, that God might be just, and the justifier of all that should believe in him. When he had laid down his life, and taken it up again, he sent forth his disciples to preach the good tidings to every creature, and to endeavour by all possible methods to bring over a lost world to God.

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„There is a universal element in man which he can assert by so acting as if the purpose of the Universe were also his purpose.“

—  Felix Adler German American professor of political and social ethics, rationalist, and lecturer 1851 - 1933

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Kontext: There is a universal element in man which he can assert by so acting as if the purpose of the Universe were also his purpose. It is the function of the supreme ordeals of life to develop in men this power, to give to their life this distinction, this height of dignity, these vast horizons.

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„Every theory of love, from Plato down, teaches that each individual loves in the other sex what he lacks in himself.“

—  G. Stanley Hall American psychologist 1846 - 1924

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