Beyond Agnosticism: A Book for Tired Mechanists 1929

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - 180 pages
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1929. This volume was written with a full and glad recognition of the discoveries of modern science and with modern philosophy taken into account. This is not fundamentalist volume. Neither is it a modernist volume, for the modernist offers no solution to the problem raised by mechanist agnosticism. The attempt is to assist the reader to face his own problem of disillusionment and then to consider a possible reconstruction for his own religion, a reconstruction which does not deny the ancient Christian faith, but seeks to see that faith in terms of the knowledge and actual difficulty of the moment.

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