London : Published for the Woodbrooke Extension Committee by Headley Bros., 1915.
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An impressive review of the different ways (and failures)in establishing what is truth in a whole ranges of contexts that cries out to be revisited in the 21st century but with a conclusion that rings true that you will know the truth of a man by the deeds he does and so those who have received the spirit will practice love and not words
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