A Modern Zoroastrian

From The “Westminster Review.””In the strictly scientific part of the work the exposition is admirable, such as any great teacher might be glad to have written, marked by breadth of grasp and clearness. . . . From its clearly written, able, and sympathetic discussion of so many of the great problems of existence, the book cannot fail to exercise a great influence on a large number of readers.”From “Progress.””This volume may be taken as a continuation of Mr. Laing’s former work, ‘Modern Science and Modern Thought.’ It exhibits the same power of the lucid statement. Even the most abstruse questions are elucidated by apt illustrations, and if we occasionally feel that a difficult point is too easily summed up, we are compelled to admit that Mr. Laing has mastered the questions, and presented the most essential features.”From “The Scotsman.””Whether it be admitted or denied that Mr. Laing has explained all he attempts to explain in ‘A Modern Zoroastrian, ‘ it may be granted that he has, as he claims to have, a faculty of lucid condensation.

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From The “Westminster Review.””In the strictly scientific part of the work the exposition is admirable, such as any great teacher might be glad to have written, marked by breadth of grasp and clearness. . . . From its clearly written, able, and sympathetic discussion of so many of the great problems of existence, the book cannot fail to exercise a great influence on a large number of readers.”From “Progress.””This volume may be taken as a continuation of Mr. Laing’s former work, ‘Modern Science and Modern Thought.’ It exhibits the same power of the lucid statement. Even the most abstruse questions are elucidated by apt illustrations, and if we occasionally feel that a difficult point is too easily summed up, we are compelled to admit that Mr. Laing has mastered the questions, and presented the most essential features.”From “The Scotsman.””Whether it be admitted or denied that Mr. Laing has explained all he attempts to explain in ‘A Modern Zoroastrian, ‘ it may be granted that he has, as he claims to have, a faculty of lucid condensation.

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