FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[Rev. Livingston L. Taylor in Christian Work and Evangelist.]

Thirty-five years ago the thought of the world, judged by its outstanding thinkers, was materialistic. A magnificent protest was maintained in behalf of man's spiritual nature, but the language of that protest seems to us now like a strange tongue. For the thought of the world today, judged by its outstanding representatives, is distinctly spiritual, and the protest in behalf of the soul, which so many found it difficult to take seriously a generation ago, has given place to a well-nigh universal quest. There will be very little dissent from any such estimate of the present situation as I have just cited. Men know in their hearts that no civilization, not even the civilization of the twentieth century, can give us what we want.

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