Not intended as a tabloid philosophy, wrapped in celophane. But a study of the substitutes that modern life has given for...

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FAITH IN AN AGE OF FACT

Not intended as a tabloid philosophy, wrapped in celophane. But a study of the substitutes that modern life has given for the creeds and shibboleths of the past. Lays groundwork for building a personal religion, a personal faith, in face of realization that religion has had to make adjustments throughout history to social and economic and scientific changes -- and that our age is no different from others in that respect, that science has simply pushed the boundaries beyond their old limits. Somewhat abstract and impersonal in presentation, but stimulating.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937