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Title Faith and free thought : a course of lectures delivered at the request of the Christian Evidence Society ; with a preface by Samuel Wilberforce
Published London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1880

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Description xv, 468 pages ; 17 cm
Series Christian evidence lectures. Series 2
Christian evidence lectures. Series 2
Contents The principle of causation considered in opposition to atheistic theories / by J.B. Mozley -- The evidence afforded by the order and adaptations in nature to the existence of a God / by Charles Brooke -- The philosophy of human responsibility / by Canon Birks -- Points of supposed collision between the Scriptures and natural science / by J.H. Gladstone -- The alleged moral difficulties of the Old Testament / by Thomas Pownall Boultbee -- On the corroborative evidence of Old Testament history from the Egyptian and Assyrian monuments / by W.R. Cooper -- The argument for the supernatural character of Christianity, from its existence and achievements / by Henry Allon -- Christianity suited to all forms of civilization / by Bartle Frere -- The contrast between pagan and Christian society / by Charles Merivale -- The force imparted to the evidence of Christianity from the manner in which a number of distinct lines of proof converge in a common centre / by Benjamin Shaw -- Man a witness for Christianity / by Joseph Angus
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Free thought.
Apologetics.
Author Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873.
Christian Evidence Society.