LIVING RELIGIONS AND A WORLD FAITH by William Ernest Hocking
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LIVING RELIGIONS AND A WORLD FAITH

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Harvard's brilliant philosopher has based this book on his recent Hibert lectures, and his worldwide reputation as scholar and thinker assures this book wide recognition in and beyond the religious field. We hear a great deal these days about unifying the Christian churches, the religions of the world. Can Christianity fulfill the requisites of such a unification? Is Christianity the answer to problems of race and creed and color? Dr. Hocking honestly and constructively shows the way to create a world faith.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1940
Publisher: Macmillan