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[Western Christian Advocate]

The age is thinking about religion. It is feeling after God because it wants a moral dynamic. It is in the midst of great confusion of mind; moral distress is intensifying, and a feeling of insecurity settles heavily on the spirit of man. Christianity has been splendidly audacious. The world in distress wants to know if she is to be looked upon as the department of social mechanics in modern society, or the power house in the department of moral dynamics. The age demands that the audacious one shall be given the acid test,—that of ability to execute her claims, to fall back on performance and find the solid ground of leverage and power. Is Christianity a religion of power? Are Christian ideas a means to an end? Have they creative energy? These carry the test of religion. To this the religion of Christ readily submits, and comes forth tested as by fire.

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