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William Louis Poteat • 5 Items / 3 Books, 2 Articles
Can a Man Be a Christian Today? (1925)
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    Genesis vs. Sense (2 Reviews)
    Can a Man Be a Christian Today?, by William Louis Poteat
    1. Can a Man Be a Christian Today? by William Louis Poteat
    2. The Earth Speaks to Bryan by Henry Fairfield Osborn
    The American Mercury, November 1925, pp. 381-383
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    Religion in Dreamland (3 Reviews)
    Do Fundamentalists Play Fair?, by William M. Forrest
    1. Do Fundamentalists Play Fair? by William M. Forrest
    2. Can a Man Be a Christian Today? by William Louis Poteat
    3. Fundamental Christianity by Francis L. Patton
    The New Republic, May 12, 1926, p. 377
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    Notes on New Books (13 Reviews)
    History of Manon Lescaut, by Abbe Prevost
    1. History of Manon Lescaut by Abbe Prevost
    2. Muirhead's Brittany by Findlay Muirhead and Marcel Monmarche
    3. Novelty and Romancement by Lewis Carroll
    4. The Rector of Maliseet by Leslie Reid
    5. A Guide to Good Golf by James M. Barnes
    6. The Modern Ibsen: A Reconsideration by Hermann J. Weigand
    7. Common Wealth: A Study in Social Philosophy by C.G. Campbell
    8. Life's Little Pitfalls by A. Maude Royden
    9. Business Power Through Psychology by Edgar James Swift
    10. The Moral Standards of Democracy by Henry Wilkes Wright
    11. What Jesus Read by Thomas Walker
    12. Can a Man Be a Christian Today? by William Louis Poteat
    13. Lysistrata, or Woman's Future and Future Woman by Anthony M. Ludovici
    The Outlook, October 14, 1925, p. 246