Religion: Propaganda

FALSE PROPHETS—James M. Gillis— Macmlllan ($2.00). This book endeavors to refute the Messrs. Shaw, Wells, Freud, Conan Doyle, Haeckel, Neitzsche, Mark Twain, Anatole France. It concludes with a chapter on The Revival of Paganism and another called Back to Christ—or Chaos. Written by a Paulist Father, it is sectarian religious propaganda. It goes so far as to call a rival creed "not a religion but . . . a patchwork composed of odds and ends, shreds, and fragments of false philosophies, put together in an amateurish way by a sadly uneducated Yankee woman."


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