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[The Churchman.]

One of the worst effects of sectarianism has been that it produces, along with great sincerity of purpose and great spiritual achievements in behalf of Christ's name, limitations of a serious and often a cruel order. Those who are pledged to sectarianism are pledged to narrowness. What they proclaim as their chosen and self-appointed aim is generally valueless and ephemeral. They wish to describe themselves, they wish to mark themselves off, as serving Christ in some peculiar individual way, whereas their real service is done on the lines which unite them, not on those which separate them from others who are serving Christ and producing the fruits of that service.

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