FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[Rev. R. J. Campbell, M.A., in Christian Commonwealth, London.]

The boldest optimist would hardly dare to say that all is going well with religion in the civilized world just now. What is most distressing is that large masses of the people seem able to do without it altogether ; the truly earnest, religious minds are but a small minority of the community ; other interests to a large extent seem to be crowding it out. There are not a few who think that it has outgrown any usefulness it ever had and had better be relegated to the lumber-room of abandoned superstitions. Religion is still the most divisive force in the world instead of, as the name implies, the force that binds men together. In its organized expressions it has become an eddy in the stream, an excrescence on the body politic, instead of, as it ought to be, the life and soul and inspiration of all we think and do.

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