Paul Elmer More (December 12, 1864 – March 9, 1937) was an academic, a journalist, an author and a Christian apologist. He, along with Irving Babbitt, stood as a leader of the “New Humanist” movement. He had a great skepticism of Christianity most of his life but accepted Christian truth in his later years. Some of his books included Platonism (1917), The Religion of Plato (1921) and The Christ of the New Testament (1924).
Paul Elmer More offered one of the single best critiques of Friedrich Nietzsche, delving deeply into the essence of his thought, in both attraction and repulsion, finding that it is in the attempt to reconcile the love and apprehension about Nietzsche that best allows one to understand him. “Who has ever been concerned for me [...]