THE MOTIVES OF MEN by George A. Coe 1928 Scarce!
THE MOTIVES OF MEN. George A. Coe, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, NY, 1928.
George Albert Coe (1862-1951) addressed the 1903 convention that established the Religious Education Association; during a long career as a professor and writer, he so embraced and elaborated the goals and vision of the Association that he earned recognition as "the father of the religious education movement." Coe was a distinguished scholar in the field of religious education, particularly the psychological interpretation of religion.
Light green cover with black title. Nice condition with mild cover soil and clean pages. Scarce!