God, The Invisible King By H. G. Wells (Hardcover)
“God the Invisible King” reflects Wells’s contemplation of the spiritual and moral dimensions of human existence in the midst of global conflict. The book presents his personal reflections on Christianity, God, and the potential for a deeper spiritual understanding. In “God the Invisible King,” Wells discusses various topics, including the nature of God, the influence of organized religion, the significance of personal faith, and the implications of scientific advancements on religious beliefs. He emphasizes the importance of a universal and ethical approach to religion that transcends denominational differences. Wells’s approach to religion in “God the Invisible King” has been described as a mixture of rationalism, mysticism, and social critique.