The Religion of a Mature Mind

The Religion of a Mature Mind

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The Religion of a Mature Mind

The Religion of a Mature Mind

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The reception that has been given to the first edition of this work, even by readers who do not agree with all of its positions, is so generous as to call for a word of acknowledgment. New proof has been given that vital problems of religion can be discussed without harshness by persons of diverse training, belief, and church affiliation. This, I take it, is not more a sign of the increasing urbanity of our life than of deepening insight into the spiritual experiences that constitute the connective tissue of Christian unity.

That some readers have misconstrued the intent and some of the points of view of this work is due, perhaps, to the brevity with which its plan and limitations were described in the earlier preface. I take the present opportunity, therefore, to add a further word as to why the book exists at all, what its method is, and what religious standpoint it represents.

The modern spirit has become involved in . . .

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