Excerpt from The Gospel and the Modern Man
Summary of the preceding discussion. I. The general grounds for the alleged impracticability of the gospel. I. An oriental religion. 2. Its individualism. I I. Spe cific grounds for denial of its practicability. I. Its ap peal to rewards and punishments. 2. Will to power us. Love. 3. Love inferior to justice. 4. Excessive ethical idealism. 5. Alleged ad interim ethics. 6. The funda mental struggle between the non-religious modern man and spiritual order.
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