Modern Science and modern theology have both involved themselves in a very serious dilemma; and as the whole structure of modern civilization is based mainly on what is laid down by its chief thinkers, modern civilization is involved in that very same dilemma. The statements of physical science and of philosophy based upon those statements lead to one inevitable conclusion that the material senses cognize all phenomena out of focus and in reverse.
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