Aspects of the Infinite Mystery
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2005 - 372 pages
1916. From A Personal Word: This volume is somewhat of the nature of a confession of faith. While I am not aware of any contradiction between the views advanced here and the views presented in earlier books of mine, I am conscious of new feelings and a new mood of the spirit toward the Eternal wonder that is the object of all faith. The new feelings, the deeper mood, and the lengthened experience have brought, I fondly imagine, a clearer and surer insight. So the things of faith, the essentials of Christian belief, appear to me after many years of serious reflection and teaching. Contents: The Meaning of the Title; The Good as the Path to God; Personality in God; Fatherhood in God; Man the Host of the Infinite; The Historic Reality of Jesus; Man and the Moral Ideal; The Reality of Inspiration; The Dualism in Man; Moral Evil and Racial Hope; The Mystery of Redemption; and The Mystery of the End. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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