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Publisher's green cloth. Gilt lettering front cover and spine. The author writes on matters of religion in 1893: Professional Rivals -- The Churchman and the Scientist; Modern Advantages in Discussion of Religion; Polygamy and Monogamy; What is Truth? -- the Question of the Past; What is Sin? -- the Question of the Present; Original Sin; Schopenhaur and Spinoza; What have we to live for; Do we really care about immortality? Is Christianity played out? The True Christian; 'Natural' Religious Senses; Its Degradation in 'Decadent' Art; The Sanctity of Life; The cry for a 'Message'; etc. xi, 119 pages.
Title: The Religion of a Literary Man (Religio Scriptoris)
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons. New York (and) Elkin Matthews and John Lane, London: 1893
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 246
Keywords: LITERATURE. LITERARY WORKS. CHRISTIANITY. PHILOSOPHY. BELIEF SYSTEM. WRITINGS.