THE HIGHER MORALITY

Awaken the man's dormant sense of moral obligation.—Mrs. Eddy.

As regarded by many, morality signifies purity, freedom from all grossness of life and thought, and Christian leaders and teachers have always stood for a noble ideal in this particular. Respecting the higher moralities of the spiritual life, however,—its veracity, consistency of thought, justness, non-resistance, unselfishness, altruism, etc.,—the Christian Church has not only come far short of the Christ ideal, but it has been made apparent that there is little real conviction of the practicability of this ideal.

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