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The Unity of the Church.-"The Truth of the Living Giver." -Bishop Walker and Dr. Crapsey.
Chronicle and Comment.
The President on the Canal. - The Algeciras Conference. -America and Morocco.-New Japanese Ministry.-Japanese Churches.-The Russian Situation.-France and the Vatican.A New Point in Railroad Rates.-Public Beaches for New York. -The Closed and the Open Shop. - Industrial Insurance and Charity.
American Church News...
The Presiding Bishop to the Archbishop of St. Petersburg.Anglicans and Russians.-Facts about Missions.-Presbyterian Union. The Winona Bible School.
The Church in the Elections.-Disestablishment.-The Bishop of Carlisle and the Quicunque Vult.-Winchester Cathedral in Danger. The Fillingham Case.-The Weymouth Congress.
Comparative Religion.-Architects and Artists. -For Fireside Travellers.-Romantic Italy.-Stories of American Life.-Recent
Edmund S. Middleton on "A New Tractarian Movement"; Rev. R. Andersen on "A Danish Priest on the Real Presence"; Rev. Dr. Geo. W. Shinn on "Courses of Study in Sunday-schools"; Rev. J. N. Perkins: "Information Wanted"; Rev. F. D. Hoskins: "A Correction"; Rev. R. H. Wevill on "Old Church Furniture."
"The Limits of Theological Definition." Rev. Theodore Irving Reese. 50
The Unity of the Church. Bishop of Southwark. 52
Letters on Church Matters in England: The Representative Church Council. D. C. Lathbury. 53 The Pursuit of Happiness. V. Dean Hodges. 58
Theology, Religion and Philosophy. MARY, THE MOTHER OF JESUS, by H. S.
Two of Charles Lever's delightful classics of Irish humor, "Charles O'Mal·
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WAR INCONSISTENT WITH THE RELIGION of Jesus Christ, by David Low Dodge, with an introduction by Edwin D. Mead, pp. 168.
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