Reiser, Oliver L. Nature, Man, and God: A Synthesis of Pantheism and Scientific Humanism. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1951. First Edition. 
Stiff paper wrappers, darkened at wrapper edges, 6 x 9, ii., 152 clean pp., former owner's signature on ffep. Good. Paperback.
Oliver L. Reiser (1895-1974), b. Columbus, OH; philosophy teacher and professor, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh. He was a friend of Albert Einstein, who wrote a recommendation for Reiser's book World Philosophy: A Search for Synthesis. Reiser was also an advocate of psychic phenomena and the paranormal.
"Our argument is based on the proposition that religion, today, definitely presents a social problem. Churches as institutions, and theologies as systems of belief, are out of harmony with each other." The author predicts that the religion of the future will be a kind of pantheism.