The Origin and Development of Religious Belief Part II, Part 2
Kessinger Publishing, 2004 M04 1 - 408 pages
1884. It has been said that Baring-Gould had one of the most brilliant, eclectic minds of Victorian England. In his lifetime, he found time to write over 100 books, including 30 novels. This is Part II of II of this work. Contents: The Universal Antinomy; The Conciliation of Antinomies; The Basis of Truth; The Basis of Right; The Basis of Authority; The Preliminary Hypotheses of Christianity; The Hypotheses of the Incarnation; The Dogma of Mediation; The Evidence for the Incarnation; Catholicism; Protestantism; Christianity and Individuality; The Social Aspect of the Incarnation; The Incarnation and Authority; The Dogma of Grace; Emmanuel; The Dogma of the Atonement; The Christian Sacrifice; The Dogma of Immortality; and Development. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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