FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[Rev. J. T. Sunderland in The Christian Register.]

We are in the morning of a better day for religion. Long and dark has been the night in which superstition, credulity, bigotry, unreason, sectarianism, strife, un-brotherliness, intolerance, hatred, persecution have done their evil work in the name of religion. But at last there is light in the east. The sunshine of truth and reason and charity is beginning to illuminate all the higher summits of the religious thinking of our time. This bids us to be of good courage. Sunrises do not go backward. There will be light in the valleys by and by. How glorious it is to be living in the midst of such dawns, such mornings, such sunrises! There never was such a morning time as ours.

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