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THE DOOM OF DOGMA
By HENRY FRANK
Herein all the world-religions are traced to their naturalistic origins, exposing the Pagan source of Christianity.
The London Athanxum. "An Interesting work, true to the Impulses of religion while following the Light of Reason."
The DM, Chicago.—" Fruit of much thoughtlulnest and patient labor, in four hundred pages, presents greet variety of criticisms against traditional beliefs."
The Tramcript, (Bosion)-—" Received a wide welcome and greatly enjoyed. Should be in every library. . . . Indlspensible to every student of theology. Author « always ardent, sincere, entertaining. An epoch-marking work."
The KepuMican. (Springfield, Mass.)—" Mr. Prank is profoundly sincere and earnest. Bis book reads like a tragedy of our times. Others fighting their way Into freedom will find here many useful suggestions."
The Pott, (Birmingham, Eng.)—" Has brought together many historical facts that will surprise the unprejudiced reader."
The Arena.—" This book is broad, scholarly, and what is more rare, reverent and constructive. It evinces wide reading and deep research."
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