The Religion of Man

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Macmillan, 1931 - Religion - 244 pages
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The chapters included in this book, which comprises the Hibbert Lectures delivered in Oxford, at Manchester College, during the month of May 1930, contain also the gleanings of my thoughts on the same subject from the harvest of many lectures and addresses delivered in different countries of the world over a considerable period of my life.

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User Review  - Amit Mishra - Goodreads

I have admired Tagore the playwright and the story teller, but this book introduces him as a theologist. It was a revelation to understand, from his viewpoint, the idea of religion in general and of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gurpreet Pannu - Goodreads

It is quite a difficult book to read as it requires contemplation at every sentence which initially even if you choose not to do but later on you just can't ignore the man's intelligence. The book was clearly ahead of it's time. Read full review

Contents

THE VISION
88
THE MAN OF MY HEART
107
THE MUSIC MAKER
117
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