Premonitions of Progress

There is much being said, pro and con, respecting the alleged decline of institutional religion, and it is certainly true that there are many features of present-day thought which must inevitably beget solicitude upon the part of those who, in any sence, identify Christianity with institutionalism. On the other hand, there are no less abundant evidences that the religious instinct is increasingly assertive among the great body of the people.

The protest against certain social crimes is very conspicuous to-day, and the regard for the ethical significance of public legislation and economic combination is being more and more emphasized.

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The New Old Bible
October 2, 1902
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