Sarah Elizabeth Titcomb gives this clear title to her book, of 300 handsome pages, recently published by Cupples, Upham & Co. In many respects it is an interesting work, especially in its stories to illustrate the rational powers of birds and beasts, and its quotations to prove that the Bible nowhere teaches that man naturally possesses an immortal soul or spirit; for apparently she agrees with the Second Adventists, that, when a human being dies, he wholly perishes, soul as well as body, and that if there be immortality for man, it must be because God raises him from the dead and clothes him with a new body.
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