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[Rev. A. T. Bannister, M.A., in The Christian Commonwealth]

The ministry of the church means piloting the teeming, many-sided life around us over an unknown sea to a land which God will show. And if we are to accomplish this mission, the ship must be piloted by prophets,—men "of hope and forward-looking mind," who will set their face to the future rather than to the past, who in the years immediately to come will count it the chiefest of their religious duties single-mindedly to work for peace between the nations, between the Christian sects, and between capital and labor; men who are prepared fearlessly to apply the principles of Christ to civie and industrial life; men who will never forget that religion cannot be separated from politics any more than the individual can be separated from society.

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