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THE BEGINNINGS OF ENGLISH CHRISTIANITY. By W. E.
COLLINS, M.A., Professor of Ecclesiastical History, King's College,
[Ready. THE CHURCH AND THE SACRAMENTS. By E. T. GREEN, M.A.,
Professor of Hebrew and Theology at St. David's College, Lampeter. THE CHURCHMAN'S PRIMER. By G. HARFORD-BATTERSBY, M.A. THE CHURCHMAN'S DAY BOOK. By J. H. Burn, B.D. THE ANGLICAN CHURCH IN THE COLONIES AND MISSION
FIELD.. By ALLAN B. WEBB, D.D., Assistant Bishop to the Bishop
of Brechin. HISTORY OF THE PAPACY. By J. P. WHITNEY, M.A. OUR CONTROVERSY WITH ROME. By J. M. DANSON, D.D. THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRAYER BOOK. By JOHN
Dowden, D.D., Bishop of Edinburgh. Crown 8vo, 35. 6d. (Ready. A POPULAR INTRODUCTION TO THE OLD TESTAMENT.
By Angus M. MACKAY, B.A. A POPULAR INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT.
By J. H. SHEPHERD, M.A. THE HEBREW PROPHET. By L. W. BATTEN, Ph.D. AN INTRODUCTION TO TEXTUAL CRITICISM. By A. M.
KNIGHT, M.A., Fellow and Dean of Gonville and Caius College, Camb. SOME OLD TESTAMENT PROBLEMS. By John P. PETERS,
D.D., D.Sc. SOME NEW TESTAMENT PROBLEMS. By ARTHUR WRIGHT,
M.A., Fellow and Tutor of Queens' College, Cambridge. Crown 8vo, 6s.
[Ready. BIBLE REVISION. By J. J. S. PEROWNE, D.D., Bishop of Worcester. DEVOTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE PAULINE EPISTLES. By
John Gott, D.D., Bishop of Truro. PREACHING. By FREDERIC Relton, A.K.C. ENGLISH HYMNS AND HYMN TUNES. By H. C. SHUTTLE
WORTH, M.A., Professor of Pastoral and Liturgical Theology, King's
College, London. THE WITNESS OF ARCHÆOLOGY. By C. J. Ball, M.A.,
· Chaplain of Lincoln's Inn. ENGLISH ECCLESIOLOGY. By J. N. COMPER. CONFIRMATION. By H. T. KINGDON, D.D., Bishop of Fredericton. INSPIRATION. By Canon BENHAM, D.D. MIRACLES. By THOMAS B. STRONG, B.D., Student of Christ Church,
Oxford. PROVIDENCE AND PRAYER. By V. H. STANTON, D.D., Ely Pro
fessor of Divinity, Cambridge. EVOLUTION. By FRANK B. JEVONS, M.A., D.Litt., Principal of Bishop
Hatfield's Hall, Durham. Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d. THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN HERE AND HEREAFTER. By
Canon WINTERBOTHAM, M.A., B.Sc., LL.B. Cr. 8vo, 3s. 6d. (Ready. THE GREAT WORLD RELIGIONS FROM A CHRISTIAN STAND.
POINT. By H. E. J. Bevan, M.A., Gresham Professor of Divinity. COMPARATIVE RELIGION. By J. A. MacCULLOCH. ENGLISH ECCLESIASTICAL LAW. By W. DiGBY THURNAM.
FRANK B. JEVONS, M.A., D.LITT.
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HE object of this volume is to raise the
question : if we accept the Theory of Evolution as true in science, how should it modify the thought and action of a man who wishes to do his best in this world? The question is necessary because we find that different and inconsistent conclusions on the point have been reached by men speaking in the name of science and speaking with authority. These differences are due not to anything in science, but to certain extra-scientific assumptions. To test the worth of such assumptions is the work of philosophy; and this volume is accordingly an essay in philosophy. Science is but organised common sense. Science and Religion both claim to deal with realities. The realism of common sense, therefore, the form of philosophy to which both seem to point, is that which is set forth here.