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[Zion's Herald]

Time was when we could say with those of old, "That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you." Not so today. There is little positive teaching of youth, as once there was,—at least, to no such extent as there should be. And this is in itself a result of our unbelief. That accent on the word "now" in the question, Do we believe in hell now? reveals the temper of the age. Belief is shifting, changing. There is no eternal verity; there is nothing settled! Such a condition is fatal. It makes for empty pews, sterile spiritual life, instability in faith. It makes for agnosticism in our religion and leaves the church emaciated and weak, impotent in the hour of great trial.

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