Cambridge University Press (1944)

Originally published in 1944, this book questions whether it is possible to have religion without God, or God without religion. Wodehouse examines many areas of life and philosophy in which religion may play a role, including prayer and love of one's neighbour. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the longstanding conflict between religion and humanism.
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