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[Prof. George Cross, D.D., in Watchman.]

The astounding developments of modern science are sure to introduce, if they have not done so already, far-reaching changes in our theological view-point. Think for a moment how widely accepted are the ideas of the inner unity of man's whole nature, the unity of all existence, the competency of the human mind to arrive at valid judgments on all things. There is no part of our religious beliefs that is unaffected by these axioms of science. There is no part of our thinking that has not been invaded by them. It is not for me to say how far these ideas are valid, but their influence is unquestionable.

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