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The Origin of the Guyanian Indians Ascertained Or the Aborigines of America

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Brett of the Shell. Mounds of Ckiyana in his " Indian Tribes" p. P. 420443.
42 SECTION vn.
CONCLUDING REMARKS ABOUT THE RELIGIOUS STATE, &c. , OF THE INDIANS.
1. Religion is a universal fact. It may be polytheistic ; but the religious craving of man for all that is monotheistic. Just as a man cannot live without his fellow -in en, so can he neither live without God, the Supreme Architect and Ruler of the Universe. And "just as the Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath, " so also
... was religion solely and entirely intended or made for man ; and this religious feeling, this attraction towards God, by whatsoever name He may be called by the nations of the earth, exists in everv man. Says Plutarch " You may see states, without walls, without laws, without coins, without writing; but a people without a God, without prayer, without religious exercises and sacrifices, has no man seen. " Again, " There is no nation without a God, without a Supreme Ruler ; but some honour the gods in one way, some in another.

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