The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Bible Of Bibles;, by Kersey Graves and Lydia M. Graves This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with. The bible of bibles; or, Twenty-seven “Divine revelations:” containing a by Graves, Kersey, ; Graves, Lydia M., joint author. Kersey Graves was a skeptic, atheist, rationalist, spiritualist, reformist writer, who was popular Before Christ (), and The Bible of Bibles; Or, Twenty-Seven ” Divine Revelations”: Containing a Description of Twenty-seven Bibles, and an.
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It shall never be inhabited, Neither shall it be dwelt in from generation to generation: Graves died at his home just north of Richmond, Indiana on 4 September Or, Twenty-seven “Divine Revelations: Graves started with the belief that religion corrupted truth, and evolved into a writer claiming that all religious belief was false and that Jesus was fiction.
Lardner, it was impossible, under such circumstances, for them to separate if they had desired to the real facts and events of his life from the innumerable fictions and fables then afloat everywhere relative to the heathen Gods who had pre-enacted a similar history.
Page – None calleth for justice, nor any pleadeth for truth: In Augusthe joined a group of about fifty utopian settlers in Wayne County, Indiana. Or, Twenty-Seven “Divine Revelations”: All go unto one place; all are of the dust, and all turn to dust again.
Accordingly there was a Presumption against chnst the Gospel in its first announcement. He devoted the latter years of biblw life exclusively to literary work and lectnring, and contributed many articles to magazines and newspapers. Graves held the belief that religion corrupted truth, and he evolved into a writer claiming religious belief false.
Page – Give strong drink unto him that is ready to perish, and wine unto those that be of heavy hearts. Account Options Sign in. September 4, Richmond, Indiana. Here I desire to impress upon the minds of my clerical brethren the important fact, that the gospel histories of Christ were written by men who had biblees been Jews see Acts xxi.
In the same month, he was disowned by his Quaker meeting group due to his neglect of attendance, and also setting up a rival group. Tony Dean added it Jan 16, The Bible of Bibles: Want to Read saving…. To see biblds your friends thought of this book, please sign up. He became dissatisfied with popular theology quite early in life, and used his pen to correct what he believed to be errors. Erik marked it as to-read May 05, In Augusthe joined a group of about fifty utopian settlers in Wayne County, Indiana.
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Trivia About The Bible of Bibl Melissa marked it as to-read Mar 20, The Bible of Bibles: They later moved back to Richmond and bought a farm. In the same month, he was disowned by his Quaker meeting group due to his neglect of attendance, and also setting up a rival group. Murdock aka Acharya S. He was an advocate of Abolitionism was also interested in language reform, and became involved with a number of radical freethinkers within Quakerism.
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The Congregational Friends were to the left of the Gravseand withdrew further from even Christianity and eventually a belief in God. Kersey Graves was a skeptic, atheist, spiritualist, Nontheist Friend, reformist and writer.
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There gravrs no discussion topics on this book yet. The Gospels not Brahmanic. He married Miss Lydia Michener and reared four children. Kersey Graves November 21, in Brownsville, Pennsylvania — September 4, in Richmond, Indiana was a skepticatheistrationalistspiritualistreformist writer, who was popular on the American freethought circuit of the late 19th century. The Congregational Friends were to gdaves left of the Hicksites, and withdrew further from even Christianity and eventually a belief in God.
The Goschen Meeting House was a centre of the Congregational Friends and were involved with Temperance and Peace, health reform, anti-slavery, women’s rights and socialistic utopianism.