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Wright, William Kelley, 1877-1956.
Student's philosophy of religion.
New York, Macmillan, 1935
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Kelley Wright
|Notes:||"This book is an outgrowth of lecture courses given at Cornell University from 1913-1916"--Preface.
"Notes": p. 526-555, and "References" at end of most of the chapters.
|Description:||xvi, 566 pages ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||Religion and the conservation of values. Religion in its lowest terms ; The differentiation of religion ; Religion differentiated ; Definition of religion, relation of religion to other human activities ; The evolution of deities, sacrifice and prayer ; Brahmanism ; Buddhism ; Greece and Rome ; Judaism ; Ancient and medieval Christianity ; Modern Christianity ; Christianity and the conservation of values --
Religion and the self. Psychological conceptions ; The religious sentiment ; Prayer ; Mysticism --
Religion and reality. Mechanism and teleology ; Evidence of God ; The nature of God and the problem of evil ; God and human freedom ; Immortality --
Appendix. The development of religion in China ; Mohammedanism.
|Responsibility:||by William Kelley Wright.|