Faith and Free Thought 1872 Lectures Apologetics Christian Evidence Society


Title: Faith and Free Thought: A Second Course of Lectures delivered at the request of The Christian Evidence Society

Author: Preface by Samuel Wilberforce; Rev. J. B. Mozley, Charles Brook, Thomas Rawson Birks, J. H. Gladstone, Thomas Pownall Boultbee, W. R. Cooper, Rev. Henry Allon, Sir Bartle Frere, V. Rev. Charles Merivale, Benjamin Shaw, Rev. Joseph Angus

Description: Original green cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine and horizontal rules stamped in black. Wear to cloth at spine ends; tips of corners exposed. Pencil underlining on seven pages of the first chapter, penciled price on flyleaf, else interior is clean and unmarked. xv. 468, [1], plus [8] pages advertising. 18 x 12 cm.

Christian apologetics. The Second Series of the Lectures delivered in connection with the Christian Evidence Society.

Preface by Samuel Wilberforce (Bp. of Winchester).

[1] The Principle of Causation Considered in Opposition to Atheistic Theories (Rev. J. B. Mozley, Prof. of Div, Oxford).
[2] The Evidence Afforded by the Order and Adaptation in Nature to the Existence of a God (Charles Brook, Fellow of the Royal Society).
[3] The Philosophy of Human Responsibility (Rev. Canon [Thomas Rawson] Birks, Prof. Moral Theology, Cambridge).
[4] Points of Supposed Collision between the Scriptures and Natural Science (J. H. Gladstone, Fellow of the Royal Society).
[5] The Alleged Moral Difficulties of the Old Testament (Rev. Thomas Pownall Boultbee (Principal, London Divinity College).
[6] On the Corroborative Evidence of Old Testament History from the Egyptian and Assyrian Monuments (W. R. Cooper, Secy, Society of Biblical Archaeology.
[7] The Argument for the Supernatural Character of Christianity, from Its Existence and Achievements (Rev. Henry Allon).
[8] Christianity Suited to All Forms of Civilization (Sir Bartle Frere, Doctor of Civil Law).
[9] The Contrast between Pagan and Christian Society (V. Rev. Charles Merivale, Dean of Ely).
[10] The Force Imparted to the Evidence of Christianity from the Manner in which a Number of Distinct Lines of Proof Converge in a Common Centre (Benjamin Shaw, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge).
[11] Man a Witness for Christianity (Rev. Joseph Angus).

Binding: Hardcover
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None

Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co.
Place: New York
Year: 1872

Keywords: Christianity, Christian, apologetics, Christian Evidence Society, Anglican,

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