1915. The material used in the writing of this book is derived
chiefly from prayers, hymns, and religious poetry, with the outcome
that religious experience appears to be a social as well as an
individual experience, and quite as practical as emotional. This
material, since it is the embodiment of the religious faith of the
ages, is a gift. This book is offered in the hope that it may help
to clearer thinking upon the problems of religion and philosophy.
Contents: problem of religious idealism; universal elements of
religious experience; way of life, its nature: its sources; the
inner and the outer; way of life, its forms; the many and the one;
indwelling of the spirit.
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