THE MESSAGE OF NEW THOUGHT

by Abel L. Allen & James M. Brand
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Publication Date: January 06, 2019

ISBN: 1230003021330

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THE MESSAGE OF NEW THOUGHT
Abel L. Allen
I have decoded republish this very famous, but almost forgotten book “The Message Of New Thought”, by one of the very first new thought authors of the 19th century, Abel L. Allen.
Anyone who has been following the “new Thought” movement for any number of years should be familiar with the famous writings of Allen. However, if not, you are about to read one of the very best and most respected new thought books in history.
I have not changed any of Allen’s original writings. However, I have added the following bonus sections:
• What Is The New Thought Movement
• Universal Declaration of Human Rights
James M. Brand
Now let us continue.
Abel L Allen
The Message of New Thought
THOUSANDS of people are constantly asking three questions: What is New Thought? Wherein does it differ from the orthodox religions ? What is the line of divergence between New Thought and Christian Science? The purpose of this volume is to answer these inquiries. To that end it has been my endeavor, not only to set forth the basic ideas of New Thought, but also to compare its principles and teachings with those of the orthodox religions and Christian Science.
This course has been adopted for several reasons. So many cults are springing into existence whose teachings differ widely from those of New Thought, yet are parading under its banner, that it is thought desirable to state its principles and philosophy with such certainty and clearness that its real message may hereafter be understood and that its name may be rescued from those seeking to appropriate it without warrant. Great efforts have also been made to blend and combine the philosophy of New Thought with the teachings of the recognized creeds. I leave it to the reader to judge whether such a result is possible or not, when he has finished reading this volume.
The hope and belief are freely entertained ...