Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 8 (1884), 600–06.
Charles Reade: A Personal Reminiscence
Religion, Anthropomorphism, Scientific Naturalism
Reflects that 'In these days of problem-guessing, when the simple religion of our fathers is put aside and labelled "anthropomorphic", when the mathematician is rampant, and the gigman ostentatiously spells God with a little "g", it was refreshing to meet with a man who found the old-fashioned creed all-sufficing' (603).
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