Prologue (Controverted questions, 1892)--Scientific and pseudo-scientific realism <1887>--Science and pseudo-science <1887>--An episcopal trilogy <1887>--The value of witness to the miraculous <1889>--Possibilities and impossibilities <1891>--Agnosticism <1889>--Agnosticism: a rejoinder <1889>--Agnosticism and Christianity <1889>--The keeper of the herd of swine <1890>--Illustrations of Mr. Gladstone's controversial methods <1891>
Book —  p. incl. fronts., plates, maps, facsims., tables, geneal. tab., diagrs. 22 cm.
Man: whence and whither?--Man's antiquity.--Evolution of mind.--The special senses.--Evolution of the god idea.--Zodiacal mythology.--Intellectual progress in Europe.--The Bible.--The "Annals" of Tacitus.--Creation and fall.
pt. I. Eight sermons, discussing the bearings of the evolutionary philosophy on the fundamental doctrines of evangelical Christianity.-- pt. II. Eighteen sermons, discussing the application of the evolutionary principles and theories to the practical aspects of religious life.
v. 2 reads Mistakes of Ingersoll as shown by Rev. W.F. Crafts ... and others. Including Ingersoll's lecture on Skulls, and his answer to Prof. Swing... and others, also Ingersoll's oration at his brother's grave, together with Henry Ward Beecher's and Hon. Isaac N. Arnold's comments on the same.
London, Printed by R. N[orton] for Walter Kettilby, at the Bishop's-Head in S. Paul's Church-Yard, 1697.
Book — 2 v. in 1. illus. (part fold.) port. 30 cm.
[v.1] The two first books Concerning the deluge, and Concerning Paradise. The 3d ed., reviewed by the author.--[v.2] The two last books, Concerning the burning of the world, and Concerning the new heavens and the new earth. A review of the theory of the earth, and of its proofs: especially in reference to Scripture.