The Personalist A Quarterly Journal of Philosophy, Theology, and Literature, July 1928

The Personalist A Quarterly Journal of Philosophy, Theology, and Literature, July 1928

Los Angeles: University of Southern California, 1928. Staplebound Wraps. 157-228p. (i.e., about 85 pages), 6.25x9 inches, staple-bound, mildly worn at edges, faint dust-soil and mild crimping to covers, albeit a fresh-looking, very good copy.

Contains a longish article by Edward L. Parsons on "The Experience of God," a more democratic notion of Christianity (personalism) which believes that any person can experience God. Parsons (1868-1960) was a social gospel minister in Berkeley and Bishop of the California Diocese of the Episcopal Church. He was associated with the ACLU and Civil Rights Congress in the 1940s and 1950s.

Cat.No: 174716

Price: $20.00