The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 08 (of 12) by Robert Green Ingersoll

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Author Ingersoll, Robert Green, 1833-1899
Title The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 08 (of 12)
Dresden Edition—Interviews
Contents The Bible and a future life -- Mrs. Van Cott, the revivalist -- European trip and greenback question -- The Pre-Millennial Conference -- The solid South and resumption -- The Sunday laws of Pittsburg -- Political and religious -- Politics and Gen. Grant -- Politics, religion and Thomas Paine -- Reply to Chicago critics -- The Republican victory -- Ingersoll and Beecher -- Political -- Religion in politics -- Miracles and immortality -- The political outlook -- Mr. Beecher, Moses and the negro -- Hades, Delaware and Freethought -- A reply to the Rev. Mr. Lansing -- Beaconsfield, Lent and revivals -- Answering the New York ministers -- Guiteau and his crime -- District suffrage -- Funeral of John G. Mills and immortality -- Star route and politics -- The interviewer -- Politics and prohibition -- The Republican defeat in Ohio -- The civil rights bill -- Justice Harlan and the civil rights bill -- Politics and theology -- Morality and immortality -- Politics, Mormonism and Mr. Beecher -- Free trade and Christianity -- The oath question -- Wendell Phillips, Fitz John Porter and Bismarck -- General subjects -- Reply to Kansas City clergy -- Swearing and affirming -- Reply to a Buffalo critic -- Blasphemy -- Politics and British Columbia -- Ingersoll catechised -- Blaine's defeat -- Blaine's defeat -- Plagiarism and politics -- Religious prejudice -- Cleveland and his cabinet -- Religion, prohibition, and Gen. Grant -- Hell or sheol and other subjects -- Interviewing, politics and spiritualism -- My belief -- Some live topics -- The president and senate -- Atheism and citizenship -- The labor question -- Railroads and politics -- Prohibition -- Henry George and labor -- Labor question and socialism -- Henry George and socialism -- Reply to the Rev. B. F. Morse -- Ingersoll on McGlynn -- Trial of the Chicago anarchists -- The stage and the pulpit -- Roscoe Conkling -- The church and the stage -- Protection and free trade -- Labor, and tariff reform -- Cleveland and Thurman -- The Republican platform of 1888 -- James G. Blaine and politics -- The Mills Bill -- Society and its criminals -- Woman's right to divorce -- Secularism -- Summer recreation; Mr. Gladstone -- Prohibition -- Robert Elsmere -- Working girls -- Protection for American actors -- Liberals and Liberalism -- Pope Leo XIII -- The sacredness of the Sabbath -- The West and South -- The Westminster creed and other subjects -- Shakespeare and Bacon -- Growing old gracefully, and Presbyterianism -- Creeds -- The tendency of modern thought -- Woman suffrage, horse racing, and money -- Missionaries -- My belief and unbelief -- Must religion go? -- Word painting and college education -- Personal magnetism and the Sunday question -- Authors -- Inebriety -- Miracles, theosophy and spiritualism -- Tolstoy and literature -- Woman in politics -- Spiritualism -- Plays and players -- Woman -- Strikes, expansion and other subjects -- Sunday a day of pleasure -- The Parliament of Religions -- Cleveland's Hawaiian policy -- Orators and oratory -- Catholicism and protestantism. The Pope, the A. P. A., agnosticism -- Woman and her domain -- Professor Swing -- Senator Sherman and his book -- Reply to the Christian Endeavorers -- Spiritualism -- A little of everything -- Is life worth living; Christian science and politics -- Vivisection -- Divorce -- Music, newspapers, lynching and arbitration -- A visit to Shaw's Garden -- The Venezuelan boundary discussion and the whipping-post -- Colonel Shepard's stage horses -- A reply to the Rev. L. A. Banks -- Cuba; Zola and theosophy -- How to become an orator -- John Russell Young and expansion -- Psychical research and the Bible -- This century's glories -- Capital punishment and the whipping-post -- Expansion and trusts.
Credits Produced by David Widger
Language English
LoC Class BL: Philosophy, Psychology, Religion: Religion: General, Miscellaneous and Atheism
Subject Free thought
Category Text
EBook-No. 38808
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Nov 16, 2012
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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