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Henry Churchill King, D.D., President of oberlin College, in an article on "The New Evangelism," says in The congregationalist and Christian World:—

"Three great presuppositions may be said, perhaps, to underlie, more or less consciously, the new evangelism of our time, so far as it is a fact, and to determine its tone and method. First, that religion is life, that to be saved is to come into a sharing of God's own character and life, that every man of us, therefore, is bound to make the fight for character, that there is no escape except by character. This is becoming increasingly clear to all branches of the Church, both for the present and the future life. And face to face with that inevitable fight for character, the solemn earnestness of life deepens upon both speaker and hearer. It is no question of transactions, human or divine, but of the real achievement of real character.

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