Theism and the Modern Mood

Theism and the Modern Mood

Theism and the Modern Mood

Theism and the Modern Mood

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There are two reasons why I appreciate the privilege of commending Professor Horton's fresh and stimulating discussion of faith in God to the large numbers of thoughtful men and women who are seeking for some organizing principle in their own religious thinking. In the first place, because in this book Professor Horton says in clear and simple language some things which it seems to me important to have said. But in the second place, and even more, because of the manner in which he has said them.

There was a time, not so long ago, when it was assumed that those who differed in religious belief could hold no fellowship with . . .

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