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[Universalist Leader.]

Regardless of school, or sect, or theology, the intelligent Christian today has come to believe that religion is more than a revelation, more than an act of God, more than a Godward movement manward, more than something or anything once and forever delivered to the saints. A new and profounder psychology has fixed an impassable gulf between fifty years ago and our own times, concerning the spiritual nature of man and his relations to divine Truth. That which marks the whole world of modern religious thought as its distinctive characteristic is the primary conviction that true religion is everywhere and always an achievement, a discovery, as distinct from and different from and opposed to the idea that religion is or was anywhere ever handed to or revealed to man in any complete or perfect form. The modern man everywhere believes that man has won his religious truth as he has won all other truth, by hard knocks, by slow and laborious processes.

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