Or, Some Intuitive Perceptions of Truth.
An honest, able, and promising effort to free faith from unnecessary encumbrances. —New York Independent
"God's Image in Man" is a work which will quicken the aspiration of every thoughtful reader for a deeper knowledge of spiritual things. —Chautauquan
James Allen reviewed this book, saying:
The author has given as the sub-title of this book, "Some Intuitive Perceptions of Truth." He claims no authority for it other than that of the intuitive perceptions of his own soul, and the responsive vision in the minds of sympathetic readers. In all his arguments he is gentle and persuasive, yet at the same time his logic is forcible and convincing. Present-day problems concerning God, the Bible, Evolution and the dual nature of man, are examined and discoursed upon with scholarly vigor and unabated eloquence.