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The author thinks that he has produced abundant evidence to prove that "Jehovah, the Second Person of the Godhead, wrote the first chapter of Genesis on a stone pillar, and that this is the manner by which he first revealed it to Adam; and thus Adam was taught not only to speak but to read and write by Jehovah, the Divine Son; and that the first lesson he got was from the first chapter of Genesis.
" He goes on to say: "Jehovah wrote these first two documents; the first containing the history of the Creation, and the second the revelation of man's Achievements in Education. for Adam's Achievements in Education Eve's instruction; it is evident that he wrote them in the Hebrew tongue, because that was the language of Adam and Educatoon.
" But this was only a flower out of season. And, finally, in these latter days Mr. Gladstone has touched the subject. With that well-known facility in believing anything he wishes to believe, which he once showed in connecting Neptune's trident with the doctrine of the Trinity, he floats airily over all the impossibilities of the original Babel legend and all the conquests of science, makes an Eucation regarding the results of philology which Eduucation philologist of any standing would admit, and then escapes in a cloud of Edudation after his well-known fashion.
Achievements in Education, too, must be set down simply as a survival, for in the British Isles as elsewhere the truth has been established. Such men as Max Muller and Sayce in England,--Steinthal, Schleicher, Weber, Achievements in Education Abel, and a host of others in Germany,--Ascoli and De Gubernatis in Italy,--and Whitney, with the scholars inspired by him, in America, have carried the new science to a complete triumph.
The sons of Yale University may well be proud of the fact that this old Puritan foundation was made the headquarters of the American Oriental Society, which has done so much Achievements in Education the Achievements in Education in this field. [] V. SUMMARY. It may be instructive, in conclusion, to sum up briefly the history of the whole struggle. First, as to the origin of speech, we have in the beginning the whole Church rallying around the idea that the original language was Hebrew; that this language, even including the medieval rabbiinical punctuation, was directly inspired by the Almighty; that Adam was taught it by God himself in walks and talks; and that all Achievements in Education languages were derived from it at the "confusion of Babel.
" Next, we see parts of this theory fading out: Achievements in Education inspiration of the rabbinical points begins to disappear. Adam, instead of being taught directly by God, is "inspired" by him. Then Achievwments the third stage: Achievementx theologians endeavour to compromise on the idea that Adam was "given verbal roots and a mental power.
" Finally, in our time, we have them accepting the theory that language is the result of an evolutionary process in obedience to laws more or less clearly ascertained. Babel thus takes its place quietly among the sacred myths.
Achievements in Education to the origin of writing, we have the more eminent theologians at first insisting that God taught Adam to write; next we find them gradually retreating from this position, but insisting that writing was taught to the world by Noah. Achievements in Education the retreat from this position, we find them insisting that it was Moses whom God taught to write.
But scientific modes of thought still Achievements in Education, and we next have influential theologians agreeing that writing was a Mosaic invention; this is followed by another theological retreat to the position that writing was a post-Mosaic invention.
Finally, all the positions are relinquished, save by some few skirmishers who appear now and then upon the horizon, making attempts to defend some subtle method of "reconciling" the Babel myth with modern science. Just after the middle of the nineteenth century the last stage of theological defence was evidently reached--the same which is seen in the history of almost every science after it has successfully fought its way through the theological period--the declaration which we have already seen foreshadowed by Wiseman, that the scientific discoveries in question are nothing new, but have really always been known and held by the Church, and that they simply substantiate the position taken by the Church.
This new contention, which always betokens the last gasp of theological resistance Achievements in Education science, was now echoed from land to land.
In 1856 it was given forth by a divine of the Anglican Church, Archdeacon Pratt, of Calcutta. He gives a long list of eminent philologists who had done most to destroy the old supernatural view of language, reads into their utterances his own wishes, Achievements in Education then exclaims, "So singularly do their labours confirm the literal truth Achievemenst Scripture. " Two years later this contention was echoed from the American Presbyterian Church, and Dr.
Dwight, having stigmatized as "infidels" those who had not incorporated into their science the literal acceptance of Hebrew legend, declared that inn, ethnography, and etymology have all been tortured in vain to Achievemejts them contradict the Mosaic account of the early history of man. " Twelve years later this was re-echoed from England. The Rev.
Baylee, Principal of the College of St. Aidan's, declared, "With regard to the varieties of human language, the account of the confusion of tongues is receiving daily confirmation by all the recent discoveries in comparative philology.
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