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McCabe Joseph


The Emancipation of Modem Life and Letters




Haldeman-Julius Publications




Girard, KS












The full sub-title is as follows: "How the World of Today Is Rejecting Supernaturalism and Turning to the Rule of Reason." Quoted from the author's  Chapter 1, p. 4.

"I propose to show that folk are increasingly recognizing that life is atheistic, whatever ingenious arguments apologists and disputants on both sides may make about it. Probably the reader has felt that the one weak point in the statement of the relative positions of Theism and Atheism — the rapid decline of the one and the rapid growth of the other — which I elaborate in the present series of essays is that, while we can give positive (if inflated) figures of those who belong to organized religious bodies on the one hand organized irreligious bodies on the other, it is impossible to make definite statements about the beliefs or unbeliefs of the vast unorganized or churchless majority: that is to say, at least threefourths
of every advanced nation. On the ground of certain positive but necessarily limited inquiries I have made, I suggested that it is safe to say that at least a quarter or a third of these churchless millions definitely do not believe in God. But I added that this is a conservative estimate: that the proportion of men and women amongst the creedless majority of a modern civilization who could not say, plainly and definitely, that they believe in God is probably
much higher."

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