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[The Christian Intelligencer]

From this terrific struggle will come an impetus to enlarge the scope and application of the gospel of love and peace to all the world. The church has been playing with the great task of evangelization committed to her by her Master. She has viewed with something of complacency the spread of a so-called "Christian civilization" among the nations of the earth, rather than given herself to the more difficult but far more essential task of implanting among them the real seed of gospel truth and life. Now she has seen the calamitous consequences of such substitution. The fields of the world have been sown with tares more freely than with wheat, and the inevitable harvest is being reaped.

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