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[Rev. George H. Parkinson, D.D., in Pacific Christian Advocate ]

All of our interests, both in the things that pertain to business and in the things that pertain to the heart, are immediately concerned with the life of all races and nations, and we must set ourselves to such an interpretation and application of Christ's gospel as will make these new conditions just and brotherly. From some heart the world will demand an adequate ideal; from some fountain it will seek its healing and refreshment. Through her ministry the church must interpret and apply the ideal that is in Christ's heart; it must open a fountain deeper and richer than the comforts of wealth and power, or men will try to rebuild their civilization upon the philosophy without Christ, and upon a science without a heart.[Rev. J. Frank Thompson in The Universalist Leader]

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