The author says that there is no serious frontal attack on Christianity by atheism or communism, but secularism, which she defines as the organization of life as if God did not exist, is the chief rival.The author says that there is no serious frontal attack on Christianity by atheism or communism, but secularism, which she defines as the organization of life as if God did not exist, is the chief rival.Read Less
Good in good dust jacket. jacket well-worn and faded, wear and tearing to edges, corners and spine; copy has some wear to corners and edges, bottom of spine torn, endpapers faded and stained, page blocks mottled; text and binding fine. 223 p. Includes index.
Good. 1952 Hardcover. 223 p. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Very Good in Good dust jacket. 223 pages including index; a few pages with scant, light, pencil underlining or marginal marks remotely scattered through text; slight chipping to DJ; otherwise clean, bright, tight copy; 8vo 8"-9" tall.
Good in Fair jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Divided into 3 parts: Secularism and the Christian Faith; Rival Secular Faiths; The Way Forward. Non-price clipped dj is scuffed, creased, chipped and edgeworn. Green boards have mild shelfwear. Four pages have text underlining and slight amount of marginalia. Else, pages are clean & text is free from markings. Binding is tight.
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