THE BASIS OF UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD

In the midst of a changing world order thoughtful people are perplexed by questions such as these: Is the brotherhood of man a vain Utopian dream or is it a present possibility? When will the Ten Commandments be observed universally in their entirety? Is the Sermon on the Mount too idealistic to be capable of fulfillment in the present age?

Our great Exemplar, Christ Jesus, gave answer to such questions through his faultless life and practice, with a vigorous affirmation of the possibility of present perfection in the lives of men and in their relations with each other. "Be ye therefore perfect," he commanded (Matt. 5:48), "even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect;" and again (John 13:34), "Love one another."

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