Charles Bradlaugh was an English political activist and atheist who founded the National Secular Society in 1866.
In the 23 "Theological Essays" collected here, he discusses his views on various topics such as whether man has a soul and if there is a God; who was Jesus Christ and the Apostles. He also deals in depth with various books of the Bible, gives an overview of the history of heresy, and tries to answer the question when the Gospels were written. (Summary by Availle)
Genre(s): Essays & Short Works, Atheism & Agnosticism