More Worlds Than One: The Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian
1862. Brewster argues that there are more worlds in our Universe than Earth alone. Contents: Religious Aspect of the Question; Description of the Solar System; The Geological Condition of the Earth; Analogy between the Earth and the other Planets; The Sun, Moon, and Satellites; The System of Comets; On the Nebular Hypothesis; The Motion of the Solar System round a distant Center; Religious Difficulties; Single Stars and Binary Systems; Clusters of Stars and Nebulae; Objections from the Nature of the Fixed Stars and Binary Systems; Objections from the Nature of the Planets; and The Future of the Universe.
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