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[The Christian Life.] Churches which are really free and self-governing are being moved by the spirit of the age to take wider views of the obligations they owe to the world. They are being moved by a new conviction, which regards the saving and training of individual souls as less important than the permeation of society at large with the Christian spirit. The "Evangelical" doctrine of redemption, which so fatally misrepresents Scripture, providence, the character of God, and the mission of Christ, is beginning to give place to the idea which makes redemption to mean deliverance from moral evil, and the degradation suffering, sorrow, and other ills which flow from it. It is being seen that the true aim of Christianity is not the redemption of some mere section of humanity, but of the whole race; it is designed, not to save individuals out of the world, but to save the world itself. Men are beginning to perceive that it is intended to pervade all national institutions, avocations, and pursuits, without exception.

[The Universalist Leader.]

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