A Common Faith Author:John Dewey One of America's greatest philosophers outlines a faith which is not confined to sect, class, or race. Dr. Dewey calls for the emancipation of the true religious quality form the heritage of dogmatism and supernaturalism that characterizes historical religions. He describes a positive, practical, and dynamic faith, verified and supported by th... more »e intellect and evolving with the progress of social and scientific knowledge.
He uncovers the quickening power of spiritual renewal where it has always been found, namely, in human relations, human welfare, human progress. It becomes the supreme task of faith as a method of educational awakening to make men aware of the significance and importance of these human relations.« less