Signs of the Times

Earl L. Douglass in the ChieftainPueblo, Colorado[Courtesy of Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate, Inc.]

Many of the blessings of life we accept without appreciating their value. Chief among such blessings is that of living in a Christian civilization. ... The truth of the matter is—whether we are conscious of it or not—that the influence of Jesus on the life of the world has been the most prodigious single factor in world history. Lecky, in his history of European morals, says of Jesus that he "has not only been the highest pattern in virtue, but the highest incentive to its practices. ... The simple record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and soften mankind than all the disquisitions of philosophers, and all the exhortations of moralists."

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