Manning, J. M. Half Truths and the Truth. Lectures on the Origin and Development of Prevailing Forms of Unbelief, considered in relation to the Nature and Claims of the Christian System. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1872.
Purple pebble publisher's cloth [say that three times fast],5 1/4 x 7 3/4, binding edge-worn with faded backstrip. Private bookplate, some scuffing to the front end papers, Lloyd Sprinkle's copy with his inscription, signature, and ink name stamp on the ffep. 1888 gift inscription of Rev. J. L. Shipley. xi.., 398 pp., scattered pencil marks and notes with the one on the final page dated 1873. Good. Hardcover. 
Spinoza and Other Masters
The Nature and Grounds of Pantheism
The German Succession
The Pantheistic Christology
The Culture which Pantheism Legitimates
Pantheism in the Form of Hero-Worship
Pantheism in the Form of Self-Worship
Theism with a Pantheistic Drift
The Strength and Weakness of Pantheism
Jacob Merrill Manning (1824-1882), pastor of the Old South Church, Boston, and Lecturer at Andover Theological Seminary.