Christianity and Positivism (Barnes & Noble Digital Library): A Series of Lectures to the Times on Natural Theology and Apologetics James McCosh Autho
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Like many religious thinkers of his time, the author sought to reconcile Christianity and evolution. As expressed in this 1871 collection, his argument—that evolution glorifies the divine designer—was popular among Presbyterian clergy. Divided into three sections “Christianity and Physical Science,” “Christianity and Mental Science,” and “Christianity and Historical Investigation” this volume is quite open-minded for its era.


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