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[Prof. Milton S. Terry, D.D., in (New York) Christian Advocate.]

We should study all religions with a sympathetic feeling, for we may see in every one of them the noblest elements of human nature yearning after God. Thoughtful men are now asking, What is religion? What is the essence of Christianity? And we are told that, in the deepest sense, religion is the recognition of a divine relation between God and man. This being true, that religion which best exhibits the fact and significance of such relationship should have the highest claims upon us all. Accordingly we ask of Christianity, as we would of any other cult, What is the best you can tell us about man and about God?

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