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[Philip I. Roberts in The Christian Work]

At the manger of Bethlehem we may even dare to look forward in some coming time to that union of human hearts of which the noblest of our race again and again have dreamed; to a brotherhood which has sometimes been dictated by revolutionary terrorism, sometimes recommended by abstract arguments; but which to be genuine, must be the perfectly free movement of hearts impelled toward each other by a supreme attraction. And count these words as the wildest foolishness if you will; nevertheless, it shall here be written that when the "shouting and the fighting" have died away, as die away they will, that supreme attraction will be found in the child of Bethlehem, born that he might redeem, that he might regenerate the world!

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