Buckley, James M. The Fundamentals and Their Contrasts. The Quillian Lectures for 1905. Eaton & Mains/ Jennings and Graham, 1906. First Edition. 
Red cloth hardcover with gilt lettering, ex college library with the usual features including white ink call numbers on the spine. The text is clean and unmarked; the book is tight and square. No dust jacket. The first few pages opened roughly, the rest remain unopened. Good. Hardcover.
This is a book of apologetics, a defence of the Christian faith and a study of the best way to communicate it in the modern age. The chapters are Religions and Religion; No God; Many Gods or One; Inspiration and Revelation; False and Distorted Forms of Christianity; The Indestructibility of Christianity; and an Index.
Rev. James Monroe Buckley, D.D., LL.D., (1836-1920), b. Rahway, N.J.; "studied theology at Exeter, N.H., and became a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in which he held a prominent position." - Allibone.
Buckley was for thirty-two years editor of the New York Christian Advocate; his patriotism for the Union cause led to his appointment to carry letters from Horace Greeley, Charles Sumner, &c. to the British Parliament in 1863; he was instrumental in the founding of the Methodist Episcopal Hospital (Brooklyn) in 1881. He was a leading opponent of female suffrage, and wrote the book The Wrong and Peril of Woman Suffrage (1909), and earned the title "Captain of Conservatives" due to his views. Buckley wrote A History of the Methodists in the United States for the American Church History Series. He was an influential leader amidst the American Methodists during his long ministry.