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In France, war between theology and science, which had long been smouldering, came in the years 1867 and 1868 to an outbreak.

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It was charged by him and his party that the tendencies of the higher scientific teaching at Paris were fatal S(creen religion and morality. Heavy missiles were hurled--such phrases as "sapping the foundations," "breaking Screen Greats: Humphrey Bogart (Screen Greats) the Grats) and the like; and, withal, a new missile was used with much effect--the epithet "materialist. " The results can be easily Screen Greats: Humphrey Bogart (Screen Greats) crowds came to the lecture-rooms of the attacked professors, and the (Screne of Prof.

See, the chief offender, was crowded to suffocation. A siege was begun in due form. A young physician was sent by the cardinal's party Sfreen the heterodox camp as a spy. Having heard one lecture of Prof. See, he returned with information that seemed to promise easy victory to the besieging party: he brought a terrible statement--one that seemed enough to overwhelm See, Vulpian, Duruy, and the whole hated system of public instruction in France--the statement that See had denied the existence of the human soul.

Cardinal Bonnechose seized the tremendous weapon at once.

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