The Living Word by Elwood Worcester - 1908
The Living Word
Moffat, Yard & Company
Elwood Worcester was the originator of the Emmanuel movement philosophy. From the Preface:
”The following pages contain certain thoughts which have long brightened my life, yet for which I can claim little originality. This book owes its existence, its substance and whatever merit it possesses to one of the greatest and least appreciated thinkers of the nineteenth century, Gustav Theodore Fechner... I desired to do honor to the memory of a beloved teacher, and I wished also to present certain of Fechner’s wonderful ideas to an audience which I believe is waiting for them.”
This book is in good condition. There is wear to the edges and corners of the cover boards. Slight splitting of the binding inside the front and back boards. The front end page has been torn out and is missing. There is no writing or markings in the book.
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