msfry wrote: ↑April 13th, 2020, 6:20 amSection 15 is PL OK. Well done, Brian.
I am quite surprised that Ingersoll did not mention Paine's Rights of Man in this segment, a very important book that brought him fame far beyond that of a "pamphleteer", and which he wrote long before The Age of Reason.
I had uploaded Section 1 then realized I uploaded the wrong file. Right one coming soon.
From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Paine upon receiving a complete copy of Rights of Man.
“...Go on then in doing with your pen what in other times was done with the sword; shew that reformation is more practicable by operating on the mind than on the body of man, and be assured that it has not a more sincere votary, nor you a more ardent well-wisher than, Dear Sir, Your friend & servt,
No one seems to be clamoring for/ claiming sections of The Great Infidels. I love this lecture!
I’m more than happy to take section 13.