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Religious Perplexities by L. P. Jacks

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Religious Perplexities
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Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton

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The first and greatest of religious perplexities, the source of all the rest, arises in the mysterious fact of our existence as individual souls. Our perplexities spring from the very root of life. Why are we here at all?

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