Two in One: or the Question of the Spiritualism of the Bible Settled, together with a series of Startling Contrasts between Creedal Christianity and the Facts and Philosophy of Modern Spiritualism. Moses HULL.

Two in One: or the Question of the Spiritualism of the Bible Settled, together with a series of Startling Contrasts between Creedal Christianity and the Facts and Philosophy of Modern Spiritualism.

Chicago, IL: Moses Hull & Co., 1895. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Octavo. 462pp. Red cloth lettered in gilt on spine & front board. B/w frontis. portrait. Patterned endpapers. The author, Moses Hull (1836–1907), a former minister in the Seventh-day Adventist Church who became a Spiritualist author and lecturer, seeks to explore and reconcile the apparent difference between Spiritualism and his conception of Christianity. This volume combines, for the first time, two of his earlier works: "The Question Settled: a Careful Comparison of Biblical and Modern Spiritualism" (1869) and "The Contrast: Evangelicalism and Spiritualism Compared" (1872) Spine ends rubbed, spine lettering quite dulled, front board lettering a little dulled, small top-edge tear to page 235/236 (not affecting text), tiny top-corner chips from several pages, pages lightly age-browned, else a solid, clean VG copy (no dust jacket). Item #44114

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