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[Churchman.]

The power of the resurrection grows in majesty and glory as the knowledge of Christ and his work is more really and widely experienced. The need of a rising from the dead finds expression in every new experience of the common hope of all humanity. Every new avenue of knowledge, every new bond of fellowship, every new sense of common brotherhood, intensifies the significanse of existence and increases the faith in and the hope of an enduring common life here and hereafter. Wherever there is an arising from death to life, from a lower to a higher civilization, from imperfect to better relations between peoples, from a selfish and isolated to an unselfish and interrelated existence,—there God is fulfilling Christ's resurrection and his life.

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