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inflections of the horrid fact of sin. Men
know what sins are, but it is sometimes diflS-
cult to make them understand what sin is.

In the present hour there is noticeable a
deadening of the popular conscience in re-



gard to the supremacy of truth. It is not an
uncommon thing to find men trifling with it.
It is better to lie a little than to be detected
in a fault ; it is better to lie a little than to
lose a few cents in trade ; it is better to lie a
little to keep up appearances. I am afraid
some churches and benevolent societies are
not free from the petty policy of misrepre-
sentation. Facts are patted and manipulated
into the semblance of something else. Pay
the price of truth for wealth and you are
something worse than poor. You have
gained a hard heart and a torpid conscience.
The chur.h of God from end to end just now
needs something more than it needs revivals.
Lying close alongside this matter of truth
is the matter of integrity. I mean honesty
and honor in business relations. The path
to success is far more steep and difficult than
it was a few years ago, and the temptations
to take a dishonorable course are greater and
more besetting. In this matter of integrity
an average conscience is not a Christian
conscience. Where a Christian conscience
does exist, that man tones up conscience all
around him.



Theology.

[From an address bv Bishop F. J. Hurst at the dedi-
cation of the new hall for the School of Theology of
the Boston University.]

Theology sits ever above the clash and
turmoil of creeds and points steadfastly to
Christ and His truths. Theology is a word
of man's working, but that which it denotes
is a most important factor in God's work.
It has unlimited possibilities of development
and can do so in harmony with the revealed
word of God. He gives this germ of all
benefactions but leaves the result for man to
work out. He furnishes the foundation, but
man must build. Theology is the super-
structure reared by man on the great truths
of the word. Sometimes he builds a weak
and tottering edifice, or one that cannot
stand the searching light of later days, but
the great foundation is there still. We are
confronted with the problem of what our
theology shall become, whether it shall be a
disorganized or helpless mass with no
aggressive force, or whether it shall develop
into a symmetrical and finished structure
that shall have power and force. The indi-
cations are that the latter will be found to be
the solution. The theology of the future
will be as progressive as it has been in the
past. The theologians will study practical
problems of life and will be trained to cope
with them. Christianity has this great ad-
vantage over infidelity and skepticism, that
she can raise up successors to her ministers
while the infidel finds no progeny to per-
petuate his theories. We shall not see the
full revelation of Biblical truths, but our suc-
cessors will, and will see that Bible revealed
that still lies unrevealed within the one we
know. The confirmation of the Bible
records will everywhere be found and the
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CONTENTS.



Page.

Logan —

- - - 65



Pace



The Death of General
Was it Necessary ? -

Penny Dinners, 69

Fasting as a Health Regimen - 69

Poor Economy, 72

Cure for Burns, - - - - 72
Coffee Drinking, - - - - 73
Women and Men - - - 75
Some Diseases of the Brain, II, - 76
To Extinguish Burning Clothing, 79

Editorial Department —
The Power of Habit ; " Let
Friend Trust Friend ; " Diet
to Develop Strength ; Man
or the Brute ; Our Most Deli-
cate Sense ; May Children go
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Cheese, Herb Tea, Raised
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Enlarged Tonsils, - - - 83-84

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Home Chronicle, 88

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The Higher Life, - - - - 91



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The Laws of Life

A FAMILY HEALTH JOURNAL.



CONDUCTED BY THE FACULTY OF THE SANATORIUM.



OUR PLATFORM.

God has so created man and related him to Life on Earth — casualties aside — that in order to live free from
Sickness and die from Old Age, he needs only to understand and obey the Laws upon which Life and Health
depend. Therefore, as Christians, as well as advocates of a new Medical Philosophy, we insist —

X. That Sickness is no more necessary than Sin.

2. That the Gospel demands that Human Beinjfs should live healthfully as well as righteously.

3. That within the sphere in which they are designed to operate, Physiological Laws are as sacred as Mor-



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