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Clifford Herschel Moore
33 pages (2009/1918); 232KB downloadWOWIO Books
; ISBN: WOWIO-00502
Carrying out the wishes of her late father, George Goldthwait Ingersoll, the 1893 will of Miss Caroline Haskell Ingersoll bequeathed to Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts a sum to establish a fund for the establishment of a Lectureship on “the Immortality of Man.”
In this 1918 “Ingersoll lecture on the Immortality of Man” speech, Clifford Herschel Moore asks: Is Christianity “the poorer because its paths were made broad by the pagan in his search after Immortality?” In his speech he explains ways paganism, including belief in successive rebirths, following periods of punishment and purification below, provided a fertile soil for the spread of Christianity.