James Brewster on the image of God in man

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... The soul of man was created after the image of God, in regard to knowledge — a knowledge not merely intellectual, but spiritual — not merely resembling that which the fallen angels, or the natural man, may be capable of receiving, but resembling the knowledge of the Creator; a knowledge not, indeed, infallible as that of God, but agreeable to the mind of God — predisposed to the reception of moral truth, and endowed with a true understanding of his Maker and his will — of his own place and duty — of his own interests and happiness. ...

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