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Summer 1930

Summer 1930

Volume 6, Number 3

  • H. M. Johnson’s “Can Religion Blend With Modern Science?”
  • James Branch Cabell’s “Sanctuary in Porcelain”
  • E. Pendleton Herring’s “Great Britain Has Lobbies Too”
  • A Chicagoan’s “Chicago - Believe It or Not”
  • Stories by H. M. Johnson, James Branch Cabell, E. Pendleton Herring, and A Chicagoan
  • Poetry by Geoffrey Johnson, Frances M. Frost, Ernest Hartsock, and Francis Claiborne Mason
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Summer 1930

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Can Religion Blend With Modern Science?

I If a cultured person should wish to know more about any of the distinctive concepts or propositions of religion, he probably would not think of seeking his information in an article on modern science. In all his experience, he has not yet encounte [...]

Essays

Author Profiles

James Branch Cabell (1879–1958), a native of Richmond, was a nationally popular writer known for his novel