Ideal Substitutes for God: Considered in an Opening Lecture at Manchester 1879


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We are pleased to offer this third edition of “Ideal Substitutes for God,” an opening lecture delivered at Manchester New College, London during the ninety-third session in 1878-9. Authored by the renowned philosopher and theologian James Martineau, this work explores thoughtful alternatives to traditional theistic views, showcasing Martineau’s significant contributions to religious philosophy.


Title: Ideal Substitutes for God
Author: James Martineau
Edition: Third Edition
Publication Year: 1879
Condition: Acceptable. This softcover edition has visible wear, typical of its age. Notably, there is a binding split between pages 16 and 17. Despite this, all pages remain intact and the text is fully legible.
Pages: 30
Binding: Softcover

This edition is ideal for collectors and scholars interested in the evolution of theological thought, Unitarian history, or the philosophical inquiries of James Martineau. It reflects the vibrant intellectual discussions of late 19th-century Britain and Martineau’s influential stance on rethinking traditional doctrines.

For more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact us. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a notable piece of theological and philosophical literature.

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Weight0.25 lbs
Dimensions11.0 × 9.0 × 1.0 in