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[Christian World.]

The dream of a universal peace, which Lucan depicted in his "Pharsalia," which Erasmus cherished, and which scholars and kings labored for, alas! in vain, in the seventeenth century, is today a matter of practical politics, and an assured possession of the future. We are moving toward a better city, a better state, a better world. The experiments of the past, with all their story of disappointment and failure, are showing themselves as preparations for a real achievement. The New Jerusalem has yet to descend out of heaven from God.

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