Princeton And Irrational Atheism

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From the Foreword... Infidel philosophy, otherwise known as ‘The Enlightenment’ and its devotees had, in the period of the American Revolution and following, gained a significant presence in the American colleges’ student bodies. Samuel Stanhope Smith, serving as Princeton’s President confronted Infidel philosophy in a direct manner. His ‘Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy’ Vol. I and II, (1812) and his ‘Sermons’ (1799) featured in this work, make for superb reading on the world-view taught at Princeton. Smith stresses the eternal consequences of Infidel Atheism to its adherents, not to mention its irrationality. Since there is a personal eternity awaiting everyone, where one spends it is an issue decided in this world, and Smith, in the sermons presented in this book, makes the case clear.
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Russell Creech
October 1, 2011
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