The Allegion or New World Religion. Based upon a proposition affording a scientific fundament of thought as benevolently revolutionary as were the proposals of Copernicus and Galileo in Astronomy, or of Dr. Joseph Priestly in Chemistry

TitleThe Allegion or New World Religion. Based upon a proposition affording a scientific fundament of thought as benevolently revolutionary as were the proposals of Copernicus and Galileo in Astronomy, or of Dr. Joseph Priestly in Chemistry
Year for Search1932
AuthorsSmith, Titus K[eiper](b 1859)
Date Published1932
PublisherPtd. by William Edwin Rudge
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author
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While most of the book is an exposition of the author’s philosophy and religion, including some spiritualism, it also includes sections on how to eliminate poverty through a more equitable distribution of wealth and improve social relations. Ends with the suggestion that a “World Republic Club” be formed to foster these changes. See also 1895 Smith.

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1932 Smith, Titus K[eiper] (b. 1859). The Allegion or New World Religion. Based upon a proposition affording a scientific fundament of thought as benevolently revolutionary as were the proposals of Copernicus and Galileo in Astronomy, or of Dr. Joseph Priestley in Chemistry. New York: Ptd. by William Edwin Rudge. DLC

While most of the book is an exposition of the author’s philosophy and religion, including some spiritualism, it also includes sections on how to eliminate poverty through a more equitable distribution of wealth and improve social relations. Ends with the suggestion that a “World Republic Club” be formed to foster these changes. See also 1895 Smith.