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Whether God has decreed all things that ever come to pass or not, all that own the being of a God, own that He knows all things beforehand. Now, it is self-evident that if He knows all things beforehand, He either doth approve of them or doth not approve of them; that is, He either is willing they should be, or He is not willing they should be. But to will that they should be is to decree them.

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What makes a good leadoff hitter? Deion Sanders had speed, but he wasn’t the ideal leadoff hitter. What was his on-base percentage? The criteria shouldn’t be speed, it should be getting on base.

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It seems to me that this is the true test for poetry: – that it should go beneath experience, as prose can never do, and awaken an apprehension of things we have never, and can never, know in the actuality.