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f the spiritual world—a doctrine held in connection with utter abhorrence of spiritism—is a fundamental tenet.
Neither the Unitarian nor the Trinitarian view of the Divine Being is held; but He is believed to be of one person, with the attributes of Father, Son, and Spirit united in Him as are the soul, the body, and the outgoing life in man. The title New-Jerusalem is not used in an exclusive sense, but as descriptive of Christianity freed from the material conceptions of the past.
Emanuel Swedenborg is regarded as a divinely authorized interpreter of the Scriptures to the rational mind of this age. This interpretation he everywhere rests on the basis of science, which, in its essential form, he understood before he advanced to philosophy.
The curriculum of the school is arranged for three years; the Scriptures in the original tongues are studied through the course; the spiritual interpretation of Scripture, the history of religion, the New-Church theology, and the work of the m