The Seeming Unreality of the Spiritual Life
1908. The Nathaniel William Taylor Lectures for 1907 given before the Divinity School of Yale University. King, American theologian and educator, was at Oberlin from 1884, where he taught in succession mathematics, philosophy, and theology. He was president of the college from 1902 to 1927. Prominent in the councils of the Congregational Church, he was moderator of its National Council and chairman of the Congregational Foundation for Education. This book of King's aims to face, as straightforwardly as may be, the problem implied in its title. It seeks to speak directly, as frankly and simply as possible, and yet with some adequacy, to the fundamental religious need of men, to the need of all who cherish ideals of any kind. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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