Popular writer Winston Churchill turns to non-fiction in this carefully researched book, an analysis of Christianity from a psychological standpoint, his answer to certain of the problems of science vs. religion. Churchill abaondoned the writing of the Revolutionary and Civil War novels for which he was famous to devote twenty years to the preparation of this, his eleventh book. The Uncharted Way came out in the middle of World War II and was an immediate bestseller. With table of contents and appendices.
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