Redemption of Man, 321 ? ?If the Logos is the Mediator of the divine immanence in creation, especially in man; if men are differentiations of the effluent divine energy; and if the Logos is the immanent controlling principle of all differentiations ? i.e., the principle of all form ? must not the self-perversion of these human differentiations react on him who is their constitutive principle?? A more full explanation of the relations of Ethical Monism to other doctrines must be reserved to our separate treatment of the Trinity, Creation, Sin, Atonement, Regeneration. Portions of the subject are treated by Upton, Hibbert Lectures; Le Conte, in Royce?s Conception of God, 43-50: Bowne, Theory of Thought and Knowledge, 297-301, 311-317, and Immanence of God, 5-32, 116-153; Ladd, Philos. of Knowledge, 574-590, and Theory of Reality, 525-529; Edward Caird, Evolution of Religion, 2:48; Ward, Naturalism and Agnosticism, 2:258-283; Goschel, quoted In Dorner, Hist. Doct. Person of Christ, 5:170. An attempt has been made to treat the whole subject by A.H. Strong, Christ in Creation and Ethical Monism, 1-86, 141-162, 166- 180, 186-208.
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