1917. A general presentation of phallicism or the worship of the generative powers of nature to show that many religious faiths have been based on this common theme. It is an exposition of the principal and salient parts of phallicism and its direct relation to theology and present religious beliefs and symbols. The table of contents includes: basis of religion; creator; phallus; phallic emblems; sexual sacrifices; female principle; feminine emblems; serpent and the cross; divine act; regeneration. Also contains an appendix of works on phallicism.