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[The Christian World]

Beneath all nature's endless varieties we see the working of one law, of one intelligence, of one primal force. Here, indeed, we find one of the great factors of that religious unity for which all good men are striving. It is the unity we are learning to see between the facts of the external universe and the facts of the Spirit. That is where science and religion are meeting. It is a reunion better and deeper than anything our church conferences can devise. It is along this line that the only church unity worth the name will eventually come about. It will be a slow process, slow as the evolution of the human spirit. The hope of it lies in this: that the best men everywhere, of every church and denomination, are learning the same things, and by the teaching of facts are thinking along the same lines. They are coming together under the guidance of the same light. That light has already, under the workings of spiritual freedom, reached the leading churches of Protestant Christendom. The effect of it is seen in the rapprochements which are the religious feature of today.

[The Christian Register]

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