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Charles Fiske


A Sermon by the Right Reverend Reginald Heber Weller, D.D., Preached at the Consecration to the Episcopate of the Right Reverend Charles Fiske, S.T.D., Bishop-Coadjutor of Central New York Wednesday, September 29th, 1915, in the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Baltimore, Maryland.
No place: no publisher, 1915.

Back to Christ: The Wonder of His Life, the Romance of His Religion, Forgotten Truths of His Teaching, Some Practical Applications of His Gospel.
New York: Longmans, 1917. [External link]

Sacrifice and Service: An Effort to Show the Joy of the Ministry and to Increase Its Efficiency.
New York: Longmans, 1917. [External link]

The Experiment of Faith: A Plea for Reality in Religion.
New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1918. [External link]

The Unveiling of Deity: A Consideration of the Divinity of Christ Addressed to the "Average Man!"
From The American Church Monthly, Volume III, Number 3, May, 1918.

The Christ We Know: Son of Man and Son of God, Master, Lord and Saviour.
New York: Harper, 1927. [External link]

The Faith by Which We Live: A Plain, Practical Exposition of the Religion of the Incarnate Lord.
Milwaukee: Morehouse Publishing, 1927. [External link]

Confessions of a Puzzled Parson, and Other Pleas for Reality.
New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1928.

Is America a Christian Country?
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1929.

The Real Jesus: What He Taught, What He Did, Who He Was.
With Burton Scott Easton.
New York: Harper, 1929.

From Skepticism to Faith.
New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1934.

A Letter to a Modernist: A Plea for Charity and an Argument for the Christian Tradition.
No place: Reprinted from The Living Church, no date.

What We Believe and Why. Plain Talks on Religion.
New York: Trinity Parish, no date.

No. 2. “The Unveiling of Deity,” The Incarnation as Christianity’s Answer to Modern Difficulties of Faith.

No. 3. “The Deity of Christ and His Virgin Birth,” The Faith of the Early Disciples and Its Meaning Today.

No. 6. Christ and the Church: Forgotten Truths Discovered in Going "Back to Jesus"

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