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THE REASONABLENESS OF THEISM (CIRCA 1958)

By comparing the evidences for and against Deity it is clear that while neither side is provided absolute proof, the atheistic view requires considerably more faith than the theis­tic view.

THE MOST VITAL QUESTION CONFRONTING US (C. 1958)

Atheism means strife and war. As a scientist I will have none of it. I consider it illogical and false, as a theory. In its practical aspects I consider it disastrous.

HOW TO CURE OUR SOCIETY OF ITS MANY TROUBLES …

Whenever it can be shown that men become more spiritual when they accept the theory of evolution, and become more devoted to saving souls as their zeal for the theory increases, the theory will be worthy of more serious consideration. We await the evidence.

PROMINENT NEW YORK PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRAT MAYOR ARGUES IN FAVOR OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT …

It is a curiosity of modern life that we find ourselves being lectured on morality by cold-blooded killers.