A review of Christian Sociology for To-day: An Abridged Edition of “Faith and Society,” by Maurice B. Reckitt
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[ 113 A review of A Christian Sociology for To-day: An Abridged Edition of “Faith and Society,” by Maurice B. Reckitt London; New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1934. Pp. xi + 286. The Criterion: A Literary Review, 13 (July 1934) 710 Faith and Society was, as a matter of fact, much too long a book.1 Mr. Reckitt devoted so much space to an account of various organisations and movements in his field, as to be in danger of defeating his own purpose; the reader might have been tempted to wonder why, with so much attempted, so little seems to have been done. In its present form the book is a necessary addition to any library on the subject, either public or private. T. McG.2 Notes 1. Reckitt’s Faith and Society: A Study of the Structure, Outlook and Opportunity of the Christian Social Movement in Great Britain and the United States of America (1932) contains 467 pages of text. 2. Signed, erroneously, with the initials of Thomas MacGreevy (Gallup 229). ...