In this 1917 work of nonfiction, a sequel to First and Last Things, Wells declared his profound belief in a personal and intimate God." However, he was highly critical of organized Christianity since the Council of Nicaea. An agnostic on the issue of creation, he argues for the role of God as Redeemer.
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BARNES & NOBLE
April 04, 2011
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