FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[Laird Wingate Snell in The Outlook.]

True living is true religion; the Christian life is the sound, sane, whole human life; the man who follows truth, follows Christ, whether he knows Christ or not. ... The man who follows truth follows Christ, to be sure, but to follow and not know him is to walk in the dusk that precedes the day. Give to the man who follows truth to see Christ as he is; he will recognize his Master, he will recognize the life that is itself the truth. To him Christian discipleship comes as inevitably as day to "them that wait for the morning"—if Christ be presented as he is. But presented in the guise of outworn creeds, unreal liturgies, superstitious "schemes of salvation," the true Christ is not seen of the true man, the common man, and not on the common man rests the blame.

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