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The following quote was taken from a speech given by Alfred Lord Tennyson in 1892:
“When a divinely minded man comes to his death bed, and bids the world farewell, the world ought to remember him as one who has had a great influence for good or evil upon his age, upon the age to which he belongs, and upon mankind. The greatest and best life ever lived in the world, or the most wicked and the most evil life ever lived, is one or the other. “Tennyson believed that some of the world’s greatest men and women had been possessed by this higher power.
He felt that Tennyson’s ‘Divine power’ was ‘the highest power which man can imagine,’ and that such a being had had the power to create and to destroy.”
However, in order to better understand the quotes above, it is necessary to look at what Alfred Lord Tennyson was actually saying. In fact, he was implying that the responsibility for such a divine being’s existence lay with the ‘age’, the ‘world’ and mankind.
We could say that Alfred Lord Tennyson was implying that only ‘godlike’ beings could be responsible for the existence of such a divine being as had been created. Therefore, if we accept that human beings can be morally ‘divine’ and capable of such acts as the creation and destruction of a god, then how do we begin to answer the question of what kind of a being would be responsible for such acts?
A good place to start answering this question is to look at the Bible. If we take the account of the Old Testament at Ezekiel 1, we see that the being whose creation of mankind and destruction of it is actually being referred to is called Yahweh (God).
This name can only be translated as Lord or Yahweh as ‘Lord’ is one of the common names given to God in the Bible, and ‘God’ (or ‘Lord’) is one of the other common names given to God. Therefore, we can safely say that Yah 0b46394aab