The Religious Journal

The Universalist Leader has a correct conception of the office of a religious journal.

A religious journal is not merely a vehicle for platitude and exhortation of the pleading sort. It is a chronicler of Truth and a conveyer of helpful, hopeful, and healing facts. It has something vital to give. It has food for the soul and aid for the body. It is a messenger with a message out from the eternal verities.

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Editorial
Dedication at Beatrice, Neb.
July 25, 1901
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