Ingersoll on WHICH WAY, from the Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume 3, Lecture 8

Robert G. INGERSOLL (1833 - 1899)

Col. Ingersoll explains the conflict he sees between the natural vs. the supernatural on a variety of philosophical topics; secular vs. theologically rooted government; a loving vs. a vengeful God; scientific vs. theological approach to curing diseases; the source of religion as divinely inspired or naturally produced; two theories of morals; reason vs. dogma; living for man vs. living for God; living for this life vs. the hereafter; and other dichotomies. Other lectures in Volume 3 of the 12 volume Dresden Edition), are presented on Librivox as separate audiobooks in the series called Ingersoll Lectures, Famous People. This one is included because it was presented in the same Volume. ( Michele Fry)

Genre(s): Philosophy

Language: English

Group: Ingersoll Lectures, Famous People

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 I. Two Ways, natural and supernatural Brian Levine
00:13:14
Play 02 II. God - Good or Evil? Rita Boutros
00:05:11
Play 03 III. Disease - Cure by science or theology? Rita Boutros
00:08:28
Play 04 IV. Sacred books - inspired by God or Man? Rita Boutros
00:06:22
Play 05 V. Two theories about morals Scarbo
00:04:59
Play 06 VI. Possible vs. Impossible? Scarbo
00:04:12
Play 07 VII. Personalities vs. principles Tommy Hersant
00:03:16
Play 08 VIII. Reason vs. dogma William Allan Jones
00:06:05
Play 09 IX. Live for God, or for Men? Tommy Hersant
00:06:57
Play 10 X. The narrow road vs the broad road? Brian Levine
00:08:57