So what is your point exactly? I guess you mean something like what you posted in another thread: When it's all boiled down, science relies on faith in materialistic presuppositions.
He is addressing modern-day issues and contradictions of the heart, soul and mind.
These are real, solid problems people cannot solve on their own. They deal with these issues in their personal lives today. I believe Blake was a religious man and he truly loved God.
Influenced by the American and French revolution and the restrictions of the Anglican Church, he became an angry, anti-religious man and loved God even more so.
He wanted to prove through his writings that what we have been taught for eons, are untruths and misconceptions of what God intended when he created us. He begins by pointing out the contradictions in the Bible. In other words, if man follows his sensuality, he will be condemned forever. Brothels are built with bricks of religion.
Thus men forgot that All deities reside in the human breast. He continues to inform us that all Bibles are written by man. Energy is Eternal delight. Why would you waste your time being someone else?
We proceed with our actions of reason and later question the inactions of our hidden desires. Good is the passive that obeys reason. Evil is the active springing from Energy. Good is Heaven, Evil is hell.
I have to agree with the prophets only because most men are weak in independent thinking. In the printing house of hell, the most dangerous chamber was the sixth which housed the books and libraries.
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