Good. Sturdy binding. Sturdy moderately worn cover with Good+ gilt lettering and bumped spine ends. Owner name, browned endpapers, 14 pages sparse margin notes, otherwise clean unmarked text. Pages lightly tanned. ____________ Hardcover/no dust jacket, Longmans Green, 1905, 286 pages. ____________ Nine lectures given by the author in St. Mark's Church, Marylebourne, in 1903. Lecture titles are The Scientific Temper in Religion, The Distribution of Problems, The More General Effect of Evolutionary Doctrine, Agnosticism and Determinism, Natural Selection and Theism: The Subject Resumed, The Bible and Evolution, Biology and our View of Human Nature, Spiritual Experience and Dogmatic Religion, and The Aids which Science Gives to the Religious Mind.
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