Pantheistic dilemmas and other essays in philosophy and religion, By Henry C. Sheldon ... [print]

By: Sheldon, Henry C, 1845-1928 [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Cincinnati, The Methodist book concern (c)1920Description: 358 pages 20 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Philosophy | ReligionLOC classification: B56.P368 1920Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Pantheistic dilemmas.--A study in the philosophy styled pragmatism.--Prominent features in the philosophy of Henri Bergson.--The notion of a changing God.--Attempts to dispense with the soul.--Doctrinal values contributed by the reformation.--John Henry Newman as Roman Catholic apologist.--The truth and the error of mysticism.--Bahaism historically and critically considered.
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Pantheistic dilemmas.--A study in the philosophy styled pragmatism.--Prominent features in the philosophy of Henri Bergson.--The notion of a changing God.--Attempts to dispense with the soul.--Doctrinal values contributed by the reformation.--John Henry Newman as Roman Catholic apologist.--The truth and the error of mysticism.--Bahaism historically and critically considered.

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