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Author

Moore, Charles C.

Title

The Rational View

Sub-Title

Publisher

 

Courier-Journal Job Printing Company

Year

1890

City

Louisville, KY

Edition

Scanned

Searchable

Cleaned

Deluxe

 

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100.0000

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Description

Quoted from the author's "Preface."

"The trail of the serpent is over the purest of human purpose; but, while in writing this book I appreciate that I have been partly instigated by the author's ambition to propagate his views
and also by the hope of gain, I believe, that as far as men are ordinarily unselfish in such
matters, my purpose has been to do good to my fellow-men.

To further all of these ends, I have written a "round, unvarnished tale" in the plainest Saxon at my command, both because this was the easiest for me to write and the easiest for my
readers to understand.

I began the writing soon after having read, with much interest, the discussion in the North
American Review between Sir William Gladstone and Colonel Robert Ingersoll, and when I had appreciated the weakness of the pedantry and altisonance with which Mr. Carlyle charges Mr. Gladstone, as compared with the plain English of the great American iconoclast, when, with a soul full of the conviction of his own rectitude, and with no popular backing upon which to rely,he thrust home the arguments that he had at his command." p. 5.

"The immediate occasion of my writing this book was my discovery, as the editor of a Prohibition paper, that the Christian sentiment of this country lays more stress upon the belief in the miracles and supernaturalism of the Christian religion than it does upon the beautiful code of morals contained in that religion". Pp. 6-7.

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