In some cases, Earl Davis bound together manuscripts in bundles. This manuscript is part of one such bundle of seven, held together by four brass fasteners. Six of the seven can be dated to 1918.
A short book review of a book by Eugene William Lyman called God of the New Age. Earl Davis is sharply critical of the book because it fails to recognize how history has moved forward in its conceptions of Jesus and of God.
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Earl Clement Davis, minister, Unitarianism, religion, literary criticism
Davis, Earl Clement, "Review of the Book 'God of the New Age' by Eugene William Lyman [Four Fasteners Bundle]" (1918). Manuscripts. 35.