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But recognizing him all these
dignity, we should add that in the scientific world he enjoys
not such a high reputation both among the General mass of readers in part
because our neighbours the Scots love has no measure about to blow your
domestic celebrity, partly because of the charming way
the presentation, which distinguishes all the works of Hugh Miller and brought him a wide
readership, partly, perhaps, owing to a commendable sympathy for the
the man who himself paved the way, - whatever it was, only
share it got this amount of praise, which, no matter how alien we
desire to deprive them of it, still should not be allowed to blind readers
in regards to his limitations as a scientist. The fact that he was too fully
given their preconceived ideas to be a philosopher in Geology. It all
appropriate to be called a theologian, engaged in Geology. The prevailing
the idea, under the influence of which he wrote is evident from the titles of two of his
works: Footprints of the Creator; the Witness stones. Considering
geological facts as arguments that speak for a well-known religious views
or against them, he could hardly relate to geological facts
impartially. Its main purpose was to refute the hypothesis of gradual
development, anticipated the conclusions of which was antipathetic to him, the power of his
feelings corresponded to the one-sidedness of his thinking He made that "God
could just as easily and produce types by gradual development, as he
support them by gradual development, the existence of the original
great reasons equal is compatible with both hypotheses." Nonetheless
considered the hypothesis of the development contrary to the principles of the Christian religion and
because tried to deny it the attention it apparently escaped the
the fact that the General geological doctrine, which held he,
rejected by many on a similar basis and that he was repeatedly
attacked for his antichristian doctrine. He apparently didn't notice
that just as his opponents were wrong to go in
irreligious those theories, which in his eyes had nothing
non-religious, and he could be wrong, judging on the same basis
theory development in short, he lacked that highest faith which knows that
all truths should be in harmony among themselves, and which therefore quietly going
for evidence wherever they led her.