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" The Master Christian" is a powerful book ; that it is one likely to raise uncomfortable questions in all but the most self-satisfied readers, and that it strikes at the root of... "
Scotland in the Time of Queen Mary - Page 32
by Peter Hume Brown - 1904 - 243 pages
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Egyptian Tales: XVIIIth to XIXth dynasty

William Matthew Flinders Petrie - Egyptian literature - 1895
...romance. The Count is the most constant, desperate, and Anthony Hope's Novels. Crown Sv0. 6s. each. Christian " is a powerful book ; that it is one likely to raise uncomfortable questions in all hut the most self-satisfied readers, and that it strikes at the root of the failure of the Churches...
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Views and Opinions

Ouida - English essays - 1896 - 399 pages
...phenomenon . . . novel, and even sublime. —WT STEAD in the Review of Reviews. THE MASTER CHRISTIAN. [i6oM Thousand. 'It cannot be denied that "The Master Christian...that it strikes at the root of the failure of the Churches—the decay of faith—in a manner which shows the inevitable disaster heaping up ... The...
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William Laud

William Holden Hutton - Bishops - 1896 - 240 pages
...phenomenon . . . novel, and even sublime.— WT STEAD in the Review of Reviews. THE MASTER CHRISTIAN. [i65/4 Thousand. 'It cannot be denied that "The Master Christian...questions in all but the most self:satisfied readers, and tbat it strikes at the root of the failure of the Churches — the decay of faith — in a manner which...
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The Life, Letters & Writings of John Davenant D.D., 1572-1641, Lord Bishop ...

Morris Joseph Fuller - Bishops - 1897 - 561 pages
...chivalry, and pure romance. The Count is the molt constant, desperate, and THE MASTER CHRISTIAN. [i6s/A Thousand. 'It cannot be denied that "The Master Christian...raise uncomfortable questions in all but the most self-satislieil readers, and that it strikes at the root of the failure of the Churches— the decay...
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English Seamen: Howard, Clifford, Hawkins, Drake, Cavendish

Robert Southey - Admirals - 1897 - 403 pages
...novel, and even sublime.' — WT STEAD in the Revirw of Rerirwx. THE MASTER CHRISTIAN. [t65M Thousand. 1 It cannot be denied that "The Master Christian" is a powerful book ; that it U one likely to raise uncomfortable questions in all but the most self-satisfied readers, anil that...
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Doctrine and Development: University Sermons

Hastings Rashdall - Christianity - 1898 - 288 pages
...phenomenon . . . novel, and even ublime.'—WT STEAD in the Review of Reviews. THE MASTER CHRISTIAN. ' It cannot be denied that "The Master Christian " is...that it strikes at the root of the failure of the Churches—the decay of faith—in a manner which shows the inevitable disaster heaping up. . . The...
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University and Social Settlements

Will Reason - Great Britain - 1898 - 195 pages
.... . . novel, and even sublime.' — WT STEAD in the Review of Reviews. THE MASTER CHRISTIAN. [i65M Thousand. ' It cannot be denied that "The Master Christian"...self-satisfied readers, and that it strikes at the root _ of thet failure of the Churches— the decay of faith— in a manner which shows the inevitable disaster...
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Anarchism: A Criticism and History of the Anarchist Theory

Ernst Viktor Zenker - Anarchism - 1898 - 271 pages
...sublime.'— WT STEAD in the Review of Reviews, THE MASTER CHRISTIAN. [i6o/A Thousand. 'It cannot be dented that "The Master Christian " is a powerful book ; that it is one likely to raise uncomfortable o.uestions in all but the most self-satisfied readers, and that it strikes at the root of the failure...
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Evolution

Frank Byron Jevons - Evolution - 1900 - 301 pages
...phenomenon . . . novel, and even sublime.'—WT STEAD in the Reric-Ji of Reviews. E MASTER CHRISTIAN. Thousand. It cannot be denied that "The Master Christian...that it strikes at the root of the failure of the Churches—the decay of faith—in a manner which shows the inevitable disaster heaping up. . . The...
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The Old Testament and the New Scholarship

John Punnett Peters - Bible - 1901 - 328 pages
...Ghenomenon . . . novel, and even subme.'— WT STEAD in the Rcciew of Reviews. THE MASTER CHRISTIAN. [i6o/A Thousand. 'It cannot be denied that "The Master Christian...the root of the failure of the Churches— the decay pf faith — in a manner which shows the inevitable disaster heaping up . . . The good Cardinal Bonprtf...
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