Bud: A Story of the Church of the New Humanity (Classic Reprint)

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Fb&c Limited, 2018 M01 25 - 310 páginas
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Their prayers no longer contaminate the air in which they are breathed; they join the ranks of the new chivalry which is destined to make the Golden Rule co-extensive with man.

In life's brief pilgrimage there is no memorial erected more enduring than a good book. It speaks not, it chides not, it scolds not, yet there proceeds from its mute pages an energy which lifts the world nearer God. It feeds the appe tite for truth, and helps us to live in the higher lobes of our being; thus we bid this book God speed. These pages are just so many glances at the life and character of one of the best known ministers of the Northwest. For years he has stood before the public as preacher and lecturer. He knows the social life of the people of every stratum, and from these he appeals to the ideal. His observations, long discipline, finished scholar ship, - these, combined, make him indeed and in truth a prophet and a seer. He unveils to see. He calls to the future, and claims it for the Christ - Samaritan. We will not keep you waiting longer. We open the door, and bid you enter.

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