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[Rev. Joseph Fort Newton, D.Litt., in The Christian Commonwealth]

There is, first of all, the law of faith—faith in God, faith in life, faith in man; faith in the love of God and His nearness, in the infinite value of the soul and its eternal life. For Jesus the great, deep, tender word Father best told the truth about God, and his attitude toward man was only the other side of his vision of God. The two were so interwoven in his faith that he never thought of them apart—God and man and their eternal life together being the theme of his gospel. No one on this earth has ever believed in man as Jesus believed in him. He saw in each human soul the possibility of eternal development. He trusted man, expected great things of him, even commanding him to be perfect as God his Father is perfect.

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