An expression of a personal, religious philosophy, this amplifies the conviction that we must have a religion before we may...

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An expression of a personal, religious philosophy, this amplifies the conviction that we must have a religion before we may hope for our share of life, particularly today when we have lost both discipline and the habit of faith. Here is the proof that religion is not incompatible with science, that psychology, the new science, is of only of fractional value, and finally that God is the source of life, growth, intelligence, love...that we must cultivate the contemplative and give the evidence of our faith in our actions. Quite evidently, this is not the obvious betterment tract the title suggests, but is a liberal, latitudinarian approach to the acquisition of religious belief.

Pub Date: Aug. 23, 1946

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Publisher: Samuel Curl

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1946