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The statement has recently been published that conversions are comparatively few in the Protestant churches, and are becoming fewer still with each passing year. This complaint does not proceed from unreasonable and censorious critics, but from wise and good men whose word is entitled to great weight.

Does not careful observation prove that much less attention is being devoted to the conversion of sinners now than in former years, and that conversions are not so frequent as they formerly were? Is it not possible that Christians are losing interest in the conversion of sinners?

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Miscellany
October 19, 1899
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