Lecture 8: Unbelief

It is now my task to demonstrate that the Revolution, with its variety of schools of thought and historical manifestations, is the consequence, the application, the unfolding of unbelief. It is the theory and practice of unbelief that shaped the Philosophy and the Revolution of the eighteenth century. A whole series of fallacies and atrocities had to ensue once unbelief gained the ascendancy.

By Guillaume Groen van Prinsterer

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