WITHOUT EXCUSE

A man , known amongst reformers in England for his broad ideals and earnest efforts for the sake of humanity, wrote some years ago in a reformers' paper to the effect that the story of Jesus Christ was "a beautiful myth." A few years before this I had thought so too, but the unhappy experience of two or three years in the charnel-house of materialistic skepticism, together with the loving efforts of Christian relatives and friends, had lifted me to a plane which Tennyson describes in "In Memoriam,"—

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THE FIRST COMMANDMENT
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