(C) That if He is so, and if His will is self-consistent, all natural causation must needs appear to us 'mechanical.'
God is His own motive, and His self-revelation in act must always be self-consistent.
It is self-consistent and yet inconsistent with the consistency of the kosmos and its norm of being which is consciousness.
In this each one of them is self-consistent, and they are all consistent with one another.
On the whole the chronology of Beowulf is self-consistent, but there are one or two discrepancies which do not admit of solution.
The spirit in question was not altogether clear and self-consistent.
Now, what is true and self-consistent in the case of science in its own sphere is equally so in the case of morality.
Under such an assumption, it is only necessary that the constructions which follow shall be self-consistent.
But in the divine plan this manifoldness of service constitutes a self-consistent and harmonious whole.
It matters little that a thing shall be self-consistent; it matters much whether it is consistent with the universal standard.