THE SPIRITUAL CRISIS OF MAN by Paul Brunton

THE SPIRITUAL CRISIS OF MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This book begins with chapters headed ""The Crisis in Society"", ""No Better World without Better Men"", ""The Machine Age"", ""The Crisis of Science and Intellect"" etc. Its diagnosis of the evils of the day is couched in the familiar terms of secularism, materialism, the sag in moral standards, the lack of spiritual ideals. When it comes to the prescription for a cure the reader encounters words like ""World-Mind"", ""Over-Self"", ""Life Force"" and finds such emphasis upon meditation, peace of mind, knowledge of divine laws. Readers of ""New Thought"" literature and Christian Scientists will find in this book a congenial and readable guide as they face the crisis of the present day.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1953
Publisher: Dutton