Nature as a Book of Symbols
1893. The purpose of the book is to show that the whole invisible universe is a moral unity and strictly analogous to the higher unity of the written Revelation of God. It is also intended to unveil the spiritual significance of Creation, and exhibit, not merely the similarity but the actual identity of its teachings with those of the sacred Scriptures. Contents: Evolution and Creation; The New, The Old, and the Renewed; Nature and the Bible; Divine Secrets in the Divine Revelations; The Delight of Discovery; The Great Book of Symbols; The Sky as a Symbol; The Sun as a Symbol; The Moon and Other Planets as Symbols; The Stars as Symbols; The Earth as a Symbol; The Clouds as Symbols; The Rain, the Wind and the Dew as Symbols; The Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn as a Symbol.
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