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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
McClure, J.B. (James Baird), 1832-1895.
Mistakes of Ingersoll.
Chicago : Rhodes & McClure, 1879
|Named Person:||Robert Green Ingersoll; Robert Green Ingersoll|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J B McClure
|Description:||151 pages ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||1. Prof. Swing's reply --
The lawyers vs. the philosopher- Ingersoll's professional proclivities in making a part equal to the whole --
Seven mistakes of Moses left out!- Injustice to Hebrew History --
Swing puts Himself in Ingersoll's place and attacks the seventeenth century- how it works --
Ingersoll's narrowness shuts out God, Heaven and immorality- infidel dogmatism --
In the World's great freedom of choice, Ingersoll is counted out --
2. Dr. Ryder's reply --
Ingersoll's unfairness- attributes to Moses statements not in the Bible --
His temporary insanity occasioned by heave rains- intellectually submerged in deluge- damaging blunders- Ingersoll up the wrong mountain --
Top heavy- too broad a structure reared on a too narrow base --
Ingersoll's inconsistency --
He has no poetry in His soul; ergo, etc . . Additional misrepresentations --
Sr. Ryders propounds a question
|Responsibility:||edited by J.B. McClure.|