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But he contrived to escape, and, with his son Alexander, again renewed the civil strife; but taken prisoner, he was again sent as a captive to the “eternal city.
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We look to poetry and legends for the foundation of the “Eternal City.
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The fall has all the mystery and solemnity of a providential event, like the fall of all empires, like the defeat of Darius by Alexander, like the ruin of Jerusalem, like the melting away of North American Indians, like the final overthrow of the “Eternal City” itself.
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For five days and five nights the “Eternal City” was exposed to every barbarity and license, and only the treasures accumulated and deposited in the churches of St. Paul and St. Peter were saved.
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A few weeks after his marriage he writes in his journal:— “Eternal, omnipresent God!
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It is only necessary carefully to examine the passages in the New Testament where the phrase “eternal life” (ζωή αἰώνιος) occurs, to see that it does not refer to the duration, but to the quality, of existence.
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This view of “eternal life” is taken by all the best critics.
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One part of the Christian doctrine of immortality is conveyed in the term “eternal life;” the other part in the other term, usually associated with it—“the resurrection.
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What is this “eternal punishment”?
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But this is to misunderstand both the philosophical and scriptural meaning of the word “eternal.
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There are, it is true, many widely different doctrines to which the term “eternal punishment” is applied.
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Examples of Eternal

Example #1
A book of deepest interest.”—_Dean Trench.
Example #2
Gabinius, the Roman general—for Hyrcanus had invoked the aid of the Romans—now deprived the high priest of the royal authority, and reorganized the whole government of Judea; establishing five independent Sanhedrims in the principal cities, after the form of the great Sanhedrim, which had existed since the captivity.
Example #3
The early history of Rome is involved in obscurity, and although many great writers have expended vast learning and ingenuity in tracing the origin of the city and its inhabitants, still but little has been established on an incontrovertible basis.
Example #4
These legends are of peculiar interest.
Example #5
The doom of Carthage had been pronounced by the decrees of fate.
Example #6
But why should we thus speculate?