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Independent (Newspaper) - December 14, 1899, London, Middlesex MtE December CONGREGATIONALISM IN SOUTH See WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED PRICE ONE THEUAT is RICH IN PLASTIC SUBSTANCES LIEBIC For Cleanliness Use Only MAKERS TO THB QUEEN REFINED f BLACK CONGREGATION AL UNION OF ENGUflD A CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH NEW SUPPLEMENTAL No 44 Crown Supplemental 60 Royal Organ Edition gs 6 oya r Crown 8vo Supplemental A New Special India Crown with Music containing and 120 is now in handsome bind from net and A New words Square Medium brevier is now containing and 126 Anthems A clear in and other PCBLIOATIOH MEMORIAL HBNRY SQALE OF CHARGES FOR 6d each M per inch 10 0 76 Column on Page 8 Ordinary Position Paragraph Advertiaements under per line Advertisement HOLBOEN THE MOST E P PS O C O A OHBISTS Home labile School Fraotloal Science THE GIGANTIC CHRISTMAS EMBER OF THE BRITISH WEEKLY Is PUBLISHED FIFTYSIX of which are printed on special paper and illuarated with over 7O Splendid A Magnificent Calendar for 1900 Is presented with this SIX COMPLETE STORIES Fully A NEW BIOGRAPHY OF With many THE LAST SEVEN YEARS OP THE BRITISH By the THE STORY OF THE WAR MANY PORTRAITS OF GENERALS AND CHRISTMIS BOOKS OF Fully Many other Price London Paternoster AND ALL BY THE HEADMASTER OFlLORETTO SCHOOL CHRIST THE PROTESTANT And Other By HELY HUTGHINSON Glasgow Headmaster of Crown 5 Wiaer and more inspiriting words were never addressed to those whose views of life and whose character in process of Full onncisive and ripe Should be m the hands ofall boya and of all parents and masters PROFESSOR MARCUS DODS in the Brituh The difficult question of clerical or lay headmasters if vre could always have laymen To have S a grasp of religious and euch a of as we find As school sermonsas far as we can judge from the written letterthese discourses are an directness and and WILLIAM BLACKWOOD EDINBURGH AND A LECTUBE LEADER Reaction and Reform 453 TOPICS OF THE WEEK 454 NOTES ON THE NEW CAMPBELL MORGANS CALL TO AMERICA 455 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 456 THE CROSS By Florence Morse 4B7 LITTERS TO THE BY THB 4ito TABLE TALK 461 CoXGSEGiTIOXALISM IN SOUTH AFRICAHEAVENS OP BRASS LAW OF By Newell Dwight Hillis 462 FREE CHURCH 461 THB LADIES Conducted by 461 NEWS OF THE 495 WEEKLY AND THE CHILDREN A Boy with 466 SUNDAYSCHOOL LBSSOW By Wayland of the Christian Endeavour World 487 REACTION AND UNDER the above title Forajth has published some lectures which he delivered last year on the religious And let us say at once that he was welladvised in making accessible to the public his thoughtful criticisms on the corruptions of Christian truth which have from the eirliiest centuries led the Church astray under the name of In Irs brief prefatory note tells us that in preparing his own lectures Jie postponed reading the recent volumes of Fairliairn and lest they might prove too contagious for the individuality of a comparative amateur XHI the same value the works referred to very Indeed but it is no disparagement to tliena to say that Forsyth might have read them with They might have influenced his doubtless they but they would nob have impaired the originality of his own Even where he specifically acknowledges his indebted as he does in regard to these lectures ehow very clear traces of the influence of that great does hot cease to be He has laboriously worked his way to a csncepfcion of the essentials of Christian truth which is his and he pre sents to us the results of long thinking in a form which is also his Fully informed upon all questions of theological and ecclesi astical especially familiar with the leading German possessing a mind highly trained and singularly acute and the master also of a brilliant For syth is one of the most interesting figures in the front rank of our Congregational He also marks a tendency amongst us which we Reaction and Reform Four Lestures on the BeligioTiB By Hodder
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