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What the Future Demands of Religion

Nature volume 150, pages 3839 (11 July 1942) | Download Citation



THE question which Mr. Delancey Wellbye sets at the beginning of his book, and answers in the affirmative, is this: “If God and an after life are set aside as probably improvable but anyhow irrelevant to the conduct of this life, and if the miraculous is discarded as incredible and needless, do the elements of a satisfying and sustaining religion exist?”

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