The Religion of the Future (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (27 Sept. 2015)
By: John Beattie Crozier (Author)
The essays in this volume, although unlike in title, when taken together constitute a natural unity. They have all been written with one object, viz., to separate as far as possible the non-essential and transitory elements of Religion from the essential and perennial, and to give to these latter a consistent and enduring form - a form that will satisfy the feelings of the heart, while resting on the strictest inductions of science. It is no 'new religion' that I have to offer, but is the essence of the old, purified and made credible to the modern mind. Around this, which I have ventured to call the Religion of the Future, I hope to unite religious thinkers of all classes in a common stand against Materialism and Atheism.
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