Geology and Revelation
or the Ancient History of the Earth, considered in the
geological facts and revealed religion.
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Geology and Revelation or the Ancient History of the Earth, considered in the geological facts and revealed religion.

By J. D. Dana, Rev. Gerald Molloy
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  • Transcriber's Note:
  • GEOLOGY AND REVELATION.
    • PREFACE.
    • PREFACE TO THE AMERICAN EDITION.
    • CONTENTS.
    • PART I.
    • PART II.
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
      • LIST OF TABLES.
    • LIST OF TABLES.
    • INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER.
    • CHAPTER I. THEORY OF GEOLOGISTS.
    • CHAPTER II. THEORY OF DENUDATION ILLUSTRATED BY FACTS.
    • CHAPTER III. THEORY OF DENUDATION—FURTHER ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • CHAPTER IV. THEORY OF DENUDATION—CONCLUDED.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • CHAPTER VI. STRATIFIED ROCKS OF MECHANICAL ORIGIN—FURTHER ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • CHAPTER VII. STRATIFIED ROCKS OF CHEMICAL ORIGIN.
    • CHAPTER VIII. STRATIFIED ROCKS OF ORGANIC ORIGIN—ILLUSTRATIONS FROM ANIMAL LIFE.
    • CHAPTER IX. STRATIFIED ROCKS OF ORGANIC ORIGIN—ILLUSTRATIONS FROM VEGETABLE LIFE.
    • CHAPTER X. FOSSIL REMAINS—THE MUSEUM.
    • CHAPTER XI. FOSSIL REMAINS—THE EXPLORATION.
    • CHAPTER XII. GEOLOGICAL CHRONOLOGY—PRINCIPLES OF THE SYSTEM EXPLAINED AND DEVELOPED.
    • CHAPTER XIII. GEOLOGICAL CHRONOLOGY—REMARKS ON THE SUCCESSION OF ORGANIC LIFE.
    • CHAPTER XIV. SUBTERRANEAN HEAT—ITS EXISTENCE DEMONSTRATED BY FACTS.
    • CHAPTER XV. SUBTERRANEAN HEAT—ITS POWERS ILLUSTRATED BY VOLCANOS.
    • CHAPTER XVI. SUBTERRANEAN HEAT—ITS POWERS ILLUSTRATED BY EARTHQUAKES.
    • CHAPTER XVII. SUBTERRANEAN HEAT—ITS POWERS ILLUSTRATED BY UNDULATIONS OF THE EARTH’S CRUST.
    • CHAPTER XVIII. STATEMENT OF THE QUESTION AND EXPOSITION OF THE AUTHORS VIEW.
      • Genealogies of Genesis.
    • Genealogies of Genesis.
    • CHAPTER XIX. FIRST HYPOTHESIS;—AN INTERVAL OF INDEFINITE DURATION BETWEEN THE CREATION OF THE WORLD AND THE FIRST MOSAIC DAY.
    • CHAPTER XX. SECOND HYPOTHESIS;—THE DAYS OF CREATION LONG PERIODS OF TIME.
    • CHAPTER XXI. APPLICATION OF THE SECOND HYPOTHESIS TO THE MOSAIC HISTORY OF CREATION—CONCLUSION.
    • APPENDIX. EXTRACTS FROM THE FATHERS AND THEOLOGIANS. REFERRED TO IN THIS VOLUME.
      • (1.) Saint Augustine.—p. 297.
      • (2.) Idem.—p. 298.
      • (3.) Saint Thomas.—p. 298.
      • (4.) Perrerius.—p. 302.
      • (5.) Tostatus.—p. 302.
      • (6.) Petavius.—p. 302.
      • (7.) Saint Basil.—p. 304.
      • (8.) Saint Chrysostom.—p. 304.
      • (9.) Saint Ambrose.—p. 305.
      • (10.) Venerable Bede.—p. 305.
      • (11.) Peter Lombard.—p. 306.
      • (12.) Hugh of Saint Victor.—p. 306.
      • (13.) Saint Thomas.—p. 307.
      • (14.) Perrerius.—p. 307.
      • (15.) Petavius.—p. 307.
      • (16.) A Lapide.—p. 307.
      • (17.) Saint Augustine.—p. 308.
      • (18.) Petavius.—p. 311.
      • (19.) Perrerius.—p. 311.
      • (20.) Hugh of Saint Victor.—p. 311.
      • (21.) Saint Augustine.—p. 319.
      • (22.) Idem.—p. 319.
      • (23). Philo Judæus.—p. 320.
      • (24). Clement of Alexandria.—p. 320.
      • (25). Origen.—p. 320.
      • (26.) Saint Athanasius.—p. 320.
      • (27.) Saint Eucherius.—p. 320.
      • (28.) Procopius of Gaza.—p. 320.
      • (29.) Albertus Magnus.—p. 320.
      • (30.) Saint Thomas.—p. 320.
      • (31.) Cardinal Cajetan.—p. 320.
      • (32.) Venerable Bede.—p. 323.
      • (33.) Saint Augustine.—p. 323.
      • (34.) Molina.—p. 323.
      • (35.) Bannez.—p. 323.
      • (36.) Perrerius.—p. 323.
      • (37.) Petavius.—p. 323.
      • (38.) Saint Augustine.—p. 335.
      • (39.) Saint Eucherius.—p. 335.
      • (40.) Venerable Bede.—p. 335.
      • (41.) Saint Hildegarde.—p. 335.
      • (42.) Saint Augustine.—p. 342.
      • (43.) Venerable Bede.—p. 342.
      • (44.) Saint Augustine.—p. 355.
    • (1.) Saint Augustine.—p. 297.
    • (2.) Idem.—p. 298.
    • (3.) Saint Thomas.—p. 298.
    • (4.) Perrerius.—p. 302.
    • (5.) Tostatus.—p. 302.
    • (6.) Petavius.—p. 302.
    • (7.) Saint Basil.—p. 304.
    • (8.) Saint Chrysostom.—p. 304.
    • (9.) Saint Ambrose.—p. 305.
    • (10.) Venerable Bede.—p. 305.
    • (11.) Peter Lombard.—p. 306.
    • (12.) Hugh of Saint Victor.—p. 306.
    • (13.) Saint Thomas.—p. 307.
    • (14.) Perrerius.—p. 307.
    • (15.) Petavius.—p. 307.
    • (16.) A Lapide.—p. 307.
    • (17.) Saint Augustine.—p. 308.
    • (18.) Petavius.—p. 311.
    • (19.) Perrerius.—p. 311.
    • (20.) Hugh of Saint Victor.—p. 311.
    • (21.) Saint Augustine.—p. 319.
    • (22.) Idem.—p. 319.
    • (23). Philo Judæus.—p. 320.
    • (24). Clement of Alexandria.—p. 320.
    • (25). Origen.—p. 320.
    • (26.) Saint Athanasius.—p. 320.
    • (27.) Saint Eucherius.—p. 320.
    • (28.) Procopius of Gaza.—p. 320.
    • (29.) Albertus Magnus.—p. 320.
    • (30.) Saint Thomas.—p. 320.
    • (31.) Cardinal Cajetan.—p. 320.
    • (32.) Venerable Bede.—p. 323.
    • (33.) Saint Augustine.—p. 323.
    • (34.) Molina.—p. 323.
    • (35.) Bannez.—p. 323.
    • (36.) Perrerius.—p. 323.
    • (37.) Petavius.—p. 323.
    • (38.) Saint Augustine.—p. 335.
    • (39.) Saint Eucherius.—p. 335.
    • (40.) Venerable Bede.—p. 335.
    • (41.) Saint Hildegarde.—p. 335.
    • (42.) Saint Augustine.—p. 342.
    • (43.) Venerable Bede.—p. 342.
    • (44.) Saint Augustine.—p. 355.
    • APPENDIX TO THE AMERICAN EDITION. From Prof. J. D. Dana’s Manual of Geology. [8vo. Philadelphia: T. Bliss & Co.] By permission of the author.
      • COSMOGONY.
    • COSMOGONY.
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