FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[The Christian Register.]

It is impossible to fear such a revelation of God as Jesus undertook to make known. The minister of righteousness makes his appeal to fear out of a barbarous conception of God. The divine Father is infinite Love. The terrible thing to-day is not an awfully malign judgment, but is the living in the darkness where the Father cannot be seen. Sin is the destroyer to be dreaded, not because of its future of eternal punishment, but because it emaciates character, and blinds us to eternal Light. A divine God, that is what we must think out in our intellectual life, and feel out in our emotional life, and then we must live as His children. Will not the whole world some day rejoice in its full-hearted and clear-headed affection for the One all-good, all-good, all-true, and all-beautiful? This is the hope of the right believer and the honest worker. The twentieth century should put out from our churches, from our homes, and from our hearts all thought of an undivine God.

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