The Surprises of Modern Religious Thought

Whoever takes the time to look through the pages of current religious literature will be impressed with the warring incongruities, the turmoil and tussle of the world's expressed convictions. It is a day of entire freedom of utterance, both in adverse criticism and in the most pronounced support of traditional beliefs, and this frankness of confession and denial is one encouraging aspect of the situation.

Never since the days when Dean Stanley's polished blade began to smite the unguarded hosts of contented Anglicanism, has there been such a portentous stir in theological ranks, and the boldest radical not infrequently shares the page with the most ultra-conservative.

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