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The Future of Religion
The Minneapolis (Minn.) Sunday Times
Is religion passing away? Is faith becoming extinct?
Many students of the times are inclined to believe so, because of the decadence of the church. Not only is the church disintegrating into an ever-increasing number of denominations, but in all denominations heresy has taken root.
Higher criticism has undermined many an old established belief, and the advance of science has destroyed many a cherished superstition. Liberal ideas are spreading in both pulpit and pew. Pastor and people alike give nominal credence to outworn doctrines which they no longer, at heart, believe. Where is the end? What creed or what tenet is secure from attack?
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A Modern View of Inspiration
Professor Morgan an Advocate of the Higher Criticism.
Poisoned in Hospitals
An Interesting Meeting in New York City
with contributions from W. F. STORM, M. E. NICHOLS, MAY R. BOLTON, M. H. Lincicome, Frank Westfall
The Religious Press
George F. Barker with contributions from MARY CLARK BARNES, F. W. BALDWIN
A Chapter on Medical Legislation
BY ROBERT L. ZILLER.
The Communion and Annual Meeting
BY ANNIE M. KNOTT
with contributions from Simon M. Landis
Questions and Answers
A Letter to a Friend
F. W. Gibbons
A Summer Service
Addie Keith Merrill
The Carol of the Rain
BY KEYES BECKER.