Religion and Modern Psychology
1911; Spiritualist J Arthur Hill's first book
First edition, hardback in dustwrapper. 20 × 13cm, vii + 200pp.
The first book by spiritualist J Arthur Hill. Described to the dustwrapper as "a study of present tendencies, particularly the religious implications of the scientific belief in survival; with a discussion on Mysticism". Contents include: 1. The Practical Temper of the Age, 2. Morality as a Religion, 3. A Future Life, 4. Psychical Research, 5. History of the Belief in Survival, 6. The Nature of the Future of Life, 7. Popular Sentiment Regarding Immortality, 8. Examples of Sentiment Regarding Survival, 9. Mysticism: Catholic Examples, 10. Mysticism: Protestant and Other Examples, 11. The Test of Mysticism, 12. Mysticism and Health, 13. Intolerance, 14. Mysticism and the Subliminal, 15. Mysticism and Humour, 16. Conclusion.
The book is in very good condition, but with some light mottled fading to the boards. The dustwrapper is quite heavily worn with scuffs and bumps all over but is now within a protective sleeve.
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