that my garden looked full as well as his. In the course of a few days a warm rain brought forth in his beds tiny shoots of green. I rushed home, expecting to find the same in my beds. In vain: nothing had appeared. Day after day, week after week, my .garden remained barren,

while his was the pride of the village, with its rare and beautiful blooms. What caused the difference! Was my garden not made just as his ? Ah! I had failed to drop the tiny gends upon the soil, and all my labor was



By J. M. SHERWOOD, D.D. G. P. Putnam's Sons. “The Unity of Nature," even balanced mind, and hence it will never by the Duke of Argyll. This is a sequel to the take a high rank in our religious literature. author's former work, the “Reign of Law." Undertaking the work of exposition without The subject of Law in Christian Theology is too an Introduction, or a word as to the authorship broad a subject to be discussed in a single of the Epistle (which be attributes to Paul), or treatise. A preliminary work is necessary, viz., its date, or peculiarities, is proof that he has to trace the connection between the reign of no just conception of what is imperatively relaw and the ideas which are alike fundamental quired of one who assumes the task which be to all religions, and inseparable from the facts has executed —"A Red Wall Flower," by the of nature. This is the object of the present dis- author of "The Wide, Wide World," "The Shores cussion. Modern Doubt has called in question of Peace," by Anna B. Warner. Same publishers. not only the whole subject of inquiry, but the These sisters continue to instruct and delight whole faculties by which it can be pursued. their ever-widening circle of readers. The " Red Many of the problems which perplex us most Wall Flower" is truly a charming story, and, are soluble in the light of the unity of pature. we are assured, “in its whole chain of facts is a The work is a thoughtful and able one; and, true story." Through its 650 pages the interest while some of its positions are open to criti. of the story is kept up. There is great variety cism, yet, as a whole, it cannot fail to give satis- of incident and character, so that there is no faction to the distinguished author's friends.- dullness or weariness experienced in reading the “An Outline of the Future Religion of the World," book. The moral aim and the wholesome lesby T. Lloyd Stanley. Same publishers. A shal- son are conspicuous throughout, as in all the low, pretentious and worthless oetavo. We mar- productions of this popular voluminous author. vel that so respectable a house should put its The work by the sister is a dainty little volume, imprint on a book of this character. It is a as beautiful within as without, and full of timeconfused medley of conjectural criticisms of the ly and instructive Christian thought. myths and religious traditions of all sorts of A. C. Armstrong Son. "Anecdotes Illustrapeople. The Bible is treated with even less re- tive of New Testament Texts." This forms one spect than the myths of other religions, indi- of the series of "The Clerical Library," an Engcating a perverse heart as well as a confused lish work reissued in this country by the above head. Such stuff as this man gives us as the publishers. The series is specially intended, as "Future Religions of the World" is both puerile the title indicates, to furnish preachers with and disgusting.--"The Jukes: a Study in Crime, stimulus and suggestion in the various departPauperism, Disease and Heredity.” We welcome ments of their work. The present volume is a new and enlarged edition of this very remark- somewhat unique iu form and structure. Wo able little book, with an Introduction by W. M. have suggestive themes for pulpit treatment, F. Round, Secretary of the National Prison As- with an appropriate text, a very brief exposition, sociation of the United States. The author, Mr, and a striking fact, incident, or historical illusDugdale, was a remarkable man, and spent years tration to each. Many of these are excellent; in tracing the history of the Juke family, the some are fanciful, others very commonplace or extraordinary results of which are given in this familiar; but, as a whole, the preacher may devolume. It is indeed a "study," and one of an rive many a useful hint or suggestion from its appalling character, and yet highly instructive. pages.

Robert Carter & Brothers. “An Explanation of Richard Bentley & Son, London. “Letters from the Epistle to the Hebrews," by Samuel T. Low- Hell." With a Preface by George MacDonald, rie, D.D. This goodly octavo has cost the au- LL.D. This bcok appeared in Denmark eighteen thor years of study and careful preparation. As years ago, and was speedily translated into Eng. a detailed exposition of chapter and verse of this lish, but has long been out of print. A German remarkable Epistle, it is a valuable commen- edition recently appeared and awakened intenso tary, and will reward the student's examination. interest in Germany. The present English verBut it is quite evident that the author lacks the sion is made from the German, and the translacritical spirit, and fails to grasp the Epistle as tor has faithfully followed the author's powerful a whole, and to develop its grand themes, and conception, but pruning certain portions, and trace its relations to other portions of the New omitting or recasting others, and adapting it to Testament. It is not the work of an original, the English mind. The title of the book is reindependent, discriminating, broad-cultured, pelling. And yet it is a book of intense interest.

It may be classed with Miss Phelps "Gates Ajar" and " Beyond the Gates," as an imaginative description of the future life. Like those, it is intensely realistic. The author is evidently familiar with the Bible, and the scenes he portrays and the characters he describes in the world of lost spirits are substantially in the line of Scripture initmations. No one can read the work without a shudder. And yet it does not aim at the "horrible," but simply to trace the workings and efferts of retributive law, in the light of a guilty conscience and a lost eter. nity, in the world of despair.

Funk & Wagn ills. "Memoirs of David Brainerd.” We are quite sure the religious public on both sides of the Atlantic will welcome a new and complete edition of this eminent Christian missionary. It has long been out of print, except in fragmentary parts, or in the ten volume edition of Jonathan Edwards' Works. The basis of this beautiful edition is that of Dr. Sereno E. Dwight's (1822), which was much fuller than the origiual work written by President Edwards. It has been carefully edited by Rev. J. M. Sherwood, revised, portions of it rewritten, with Notos, and an Introduction on the Life and Charanter of Braiuerd. And in addition to the work of the Editor, and the liberality of the Publishers, a stirring Essay on "God's Hand in Missions," by Arthur T. Pierson, D.D., is given. These new papers, covering 66 pages, will be found to add greatly to the interest of this standard edition of one of the most remarkable biographies ever given to the world. The name of David Brainerd will live in history, and in the heart of the Church while the world stands. He has well been called “the missionary saint of New Eng. land " The story of his life has been a potent force in the modern missionary era. Reading the life of Brainerd decided Heury Martyn to devote himself to the missionary work. Carey received a baptism from the same source. Thousands of Christians in America aná Europe, and all over the missionary world, have had their piety deepened, their faith quickened, and their spirit of consecration fanned into a flame by reading the wondrous record of this man's brief life and Christian experience among the Indians of the American wilderness. We know no better manual of Christian experience, no loftier example of Christian heroism and consecration to the work and purpose of Christianity since the apostolic age.—"Pastoral Theology," by James M. Hoppin, D.D. Same publishers. We have here a companion volume to the author's work on " Homiletics," published in 1881. Prof. Hoppin does all his literary work so carefully, conscientiously and thoroughly as to have won the confidence and esteem of the Christian public in an eminent degree. His ** Pastoral Theology" possesses all the characteristics of his "Homiletics," and we have no hesitation in affirming our belief that it will be found to be not only a worthy companion of it, but will take the very front rank in the kindred department to which

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Some worthless pebble, bright to see:
Thep scanned thy face with eager eyes
To see it lighten with surprise,

As if a precious gem I bore:
So'now these simple tales of mine
To thy rich love I do consign-
Not for their worth, but just to see
The smile I know will welcome me,

As in the merry days of yore." The artist has done his work well, as the numerous spirited sketches testify. The publishers also have brought out the book in admirable taste.

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186; 247

Editor's Table, 123; 422; 482; 543; 604; 663;

724; 782; 843
Germs of Illustration, 66; 126; 185; 307; 365;

425; 485; 546; 606; 666; 726; 786; 846; 905
Helpful Data in Current Literature, 65; 187;
245; 306; 366; 426; 486; 546; 606; 667:

727; 787; 847: 906
Hints at the Meaning of Texts, 114; 177; 241;

298; 476; 540; 001; 659; 720; 777; 838; 899
Christmas and New Year..

Decoration Day.....

Easter ....
Good Friday.........


........55; 830
Washington's Birthday..
Living Issues for Pulpit Treatment, 113; 175;
256; 296; 358; 414; 474; 541; 602; 660;

721; 770; 841; 907
Missionary Service, 54; 112; 216; 275; 279;
335; 399; 455; 517; 575; 636; 695; 754;

813; 878

Notices of Books of Homiletic Value, 67; 127:
Preachers Exchanging Views, 60; 120; 182;
242; 303; 363; 419; 481; 536; 597; 655;

716; 772; 838; 834
Prayer-Meeting Service, 39; 92; 154; 216; 275;
335; 399; 455; 517; 575; 636; 695; 754;

813; 878
Queries and Answers, 63; 124; 183; 243: 305;

364; 423; 4*4; 544; 664; 785; 904
Sermonic. 9; 69: 129; 189; 249; 308; 369: 429:

489; 549; 609; 669: 729; 789: 849
Sermonic Criticism, 57; 116; 179; 218; 300;
360; 416; 473; 538; 599; 657: 718; 774;

836; 898
Suggestive Themes, 68; 128; 188; 248; 308.
365; 425; 485; 545; 605; 665; 725; 785;

845; 906
Themes and Texts of Recent Leading Ser.
mons, 68; 128; 188; 248; 308; 365; 425;

845; 545; 605; 665; 725; 785; 845 905

.... 356




Armitage, Thomas, D.D., Pastoral and Ser.
monic Habits, 525; King David's Repent-

Bartol, C. A., D.D., Mind Cure............. 549
Beecher, Kev. Henry Ward, A Letter, 171;

On Evolution, 470; On Romans..... 880
Beecher, Lyman, D.D., The Gospel the only

Security for Eminent and Abiding Na.
tional Prosperity...

Beecher, Rev. "Thomas K., Christian Dilig-

Behrends, A. J. F., D.D., Best Methods of

Preaching, 220; Certitudes of Religion,

442; The Principle of Christian Missions.. 507
Bersier, Rev. Eugene, Sacrifice and Recom-

Bonner, Robert, Lay Criticism on the Ministry. 293
Booth, Henry M., D.D., Religion in a Busy


Bose, Ram Chandra, Missionary Work in

....763. 823
Broadus, John A., D.D., Critical Estimate of

Certain Preachers.. .....94, 350, 462
Brooke, Rev. pofford A., The Blessing of

Mercifulness, 30; The Peace which Pass.
eth Understanding, 152; Steadfastness of

Buckley. J. M., D.D)., Logical Com equence

of Rejecting Christianity, 9: On Evolution 644
Burdick, Rev. C. L., The Blessedness of Over-

Buttz, H. A., D.D, The Christian's Future... 28
Cameron, Robert, D.D., Paul at Ephesus.... 931
Campbell, Rev. J. L., The Dying Robber Saved 745
Carpenter, Hugh S., D.D., The Duty and
Privilege of National Festivity

Carroll, Rev. John L., The Heathen Lost with-

out the Gospel.......



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Chambers, T. W., D.D. Misquoted Scriptures,

105; 279; 458: 765; Proverbs of Solomon.. 809
Christliev, Prof. Theodor, D.D., The Great

calling of the Disciples of Christ, 369: The

Gerinan Protestant Pulpit ......519, 578, 707
Clark, Daniel A., D.D., Iniquity Finished,
86; The Four Lepers...

Clark, Rev. F. E., Solomon Succeeding David 750
Collyer, Rev. Robert, Books and Readers, 162;
The Eternal Question ..

Cort, Kev. A. B., God's Perfect Revelation.. 687
Coxe, Bishop >rthur Cleveland, God's Cove.
nant with David

Crafts, Rev. W.F., The Minister's Study, 49;
Christian Joy,693; Solomon's Sin

...... 808
Crosby, Howard, D.D., LL.D., Light on Im-

portant Texts, 47; 165; 344: 893; The Pre-

vention of Crime, 401; The Plague Stayed. 635
Cunningham, W. G. E., D D., True Wisdom. 811
Cuyler, Theodore L., D.D., Victory over

Death, 448; Pastoral and Sermonic Habits 642
Curry, Daviel, D.D., LL.D., Some Great

Preachers whom I lave known...48, 100, 757
Davis, Chief Justice Noah, Lay Criticism on
the Ministry

Deems, Charles F., D.D , LL.D., A Speech

and a Song, 266; Paul at Athens, 308; Is

there any Theory of Evolution Proven.... 709
Demarest, Prof. D.D., Parable of the Rich

Man and Lazarus, and of the Shrewd

Dix, Morgan, D.D., Sacramental Meditations. 504
Dobbs, C. E. W., D.D., The Spirit Glorifying

Doremus, Prof. R. Ogden, M.D., Lay Critic-

ism on the Ministry, 411; Reply to Dr.
Taylor's Letter.

Duckworth, Rev. Canon, The Miraculous
Draft of Fishes..

Duffield, S. W., On the Study of Latin Hymn.

..158, 288, 459
Duryea, Joseph T., D.D., The Conterence at
Jerusalem, 209; On Evolution...

Dwight. Prof. Theodore W., Lay Criticism on
the Ministry

Edgar, Rev. John, The River of Water of Life. 321
Elliot, Rev. Joseph, Paul's Great Amiction... 327
Fallows, Bishop Sam'l, The Temple Dedicated coó
Fawcett, Rev. W., Freedom of Choice in Re-

Fulton, Justin D., D.D., Romanism vs. Right.

Gerok K. V., D.D., John the Baptist. 609
Geary, Rev. A. C., Christological View of

Gill, Rev. Heber, An Incident of the Cruci.

...... 324
Godet, Prof. F., Symposium on Romans...... 880
Graves, S., D.D., Spiritual Husbandry....... 320
Gregg, Rev. David, The Lord's Supper.. 35
Gregory, D. S., D.D., What can the Church

do to Invigorate the Ministry, 580; Drifts

and Defects in Preaching.... ..... 703
Gulliver. Prof. John P., D.D., On Evolution.. 591
Hall, Charles H., I.D., The Unbridled Tongue 613
Hall, John, D.D., The Church of the Living

Hall, Newman. D.D., Abstinence for the Sake

of Others, 396; David King over all Israel,

569; Heaven and How to Get there...... 849
Hammond, William A., M.D., Effects of Brain

Overwork. 353; 402; Lay Criticism on the

Ministry, 829; Criticism on his Views.... 843
Hatch, A. S, Lay Criticism on the Ministry.. 351
Hawthorne, Julian, The Moral Aim in Fic-

...522, 583
Haynes, Rev. Emory J., Confidence in God.. 691
Hen on, P. S., D.D., Certainties in Religion,

84; The Keynote of the Gospel Dispensa-
tion, 267; The Mission ot Mo-es, 389; Ab.
solom's Rebellion..

Hibbard, Rev. R. P., The Discipline of the

Hill, David J., LL.D., The Kingdom of God,
376; God's Idea of Man.....


Hoge, Moses T., D.D., The Bible a Book for

all Nations, 129; On the Eternal Punish-
ment of the Wicked.

Holme, J. Stanford, D.D., Homiletic Spec-

tacles, 52; Notices of Books, 67; 127; 186;
247; Germs of Illustration, 66; 126; 185;

307; Poe's Raven, 198; Death of...... 783
Horton, Rev. Frances A., Moral Heroism.... 441
Hughes; Rev. D. C., Homiletic Studies in the
Book of Hebrews.

Huelster, Rev. A., Ph. D., The Mediatorship
of Christ....

Humstone, Rev. John, Religion Teaching by

Hurlbut, J. L., D.D., Absalom's Death...... 633
Jefferey, Reuben, D.D., The Economics of

Kelley, Rev. Thomas, Mircle at the Beauti-

ful Gate, 267; Phillip at Samaria, 445; Paul

Before Felix 628; A Knock at the Door... 805
Kittridge, A. E., D.D., Songs of the Bible... 69
Krotel, G. F., D.D., Best Methods of Preaching 110
Leech, s. V., D.D., The Despairing Cry of
Jesus on the Cross

Leith, Rev. David, Reflections upon our Na-
tional Wisdom

Lewis, Dio, M.D., How Clergymen may Se-

cure Health...
Liddon, Canon, The Gradualness of Divine

Instruction, 148; The Spiritual Kingdom. 386
Lloyd, Rev. William, Best Methods of Preach-

Lobinger, Rev. Henry Schell, Before the Son
of Man...

Luckenbach, Rev. W. H., Life a Shadow.... 871
Ludlow, J. M., D.D., Historical Illustrations,

467; 641; The Old Time Negro Preacher. 891
Lusk, Rev. Davis W., The First Christmas

Maclaren, Alex. D.D., The Two-fold Aspect

of the Divine Working
McArthur, R. S., D.D., Hearing and Doing,
212; Christian Love

McCosh, Prest. James, On Evolution.. ..... 229
McPherson. S. J., D.D., The Humility of John
the Baptist....

Merull, Rev. J. G., Living as in God's Light, 215
Mitchell, Arthur, D.D., The Uproar at Eph-

Moll, Rabbi Max, Light from the Post-Bibli.

cal Literature of the Jews, 107; 161; 342;
Criticism on Dr. Crosby's Views...

Morrison, H. C., D.D., Peter's Grand Testi.

Monteith, John, Lay Criticism on the Min-

Noble, F. A., D.D., The Creator Remem-

Nott, Rev. C. D., Paul, the Representative

Ormiston, William, DD, LL.D., Commen-

tary on the Epistle of James, 41; 100; 225; 338
Orris, Prof. S. Stanhope, Value of Greek in

the Interpretation of Scripture.... 828
Palmer, B. M., D.D., Christ's Pity for the

Sinner, 202; The Conversion of the Jailor,
272; The Eiernal Punishment of the
Wicked, 587; The Gospel the Power of

God, 680; Looking at the Unseen ........ 871
Parkhurst, C. H., D.D., The Natural in the

Parkhurst, Rev. Charles, Preaching the Hu.

manities Insufficient..
Parker, Joseph, D.D., The Logic of Law.
Patterson, Robert, D.D., The Eternal Punish-
ment of the Wicked....

Patton, Frances L., D.D., On Evolution..... 404
Paxton, John R., D.D., Losing the Soul.. 564
Peck, J. o., D.D., The Blessedness of Be.
lievers, 513; Among the Pots....

Peddie, J., D.D., Paul's Second Missionary

Pentecost, G. F., D.D., The Great Prize, 82;

Best Methods of Preaching, 219; The
Coming of the Lord.....



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Pick, B., Ph. D., Extracts from Midrash Rab-

Pierson, A. T., D.D., Supernatural Answers to

Prayer, 189; Liberal Giving, 453; Oblic-
eration of Moral Distinctions, 621; The
Firger of God in Foreign Missions, 638;
The Transforming Power of the Gospel,
702; Vanity of Worldly Pleasure..

Plumb, Albert H., D.D., Salvation by Grace 561
Potts, John, D.D., The Conversion of Lydia.. 270
Pritchard, T. H., D.D., The Faithful Saying. 740
Reed, Rev. George E., The Grass of the Fields,
684; Drunkenness.

Robinson, C. S., D.D., Guidance in Doing

Robinson, E. G,D.D.. The Holiness of God.. 435
Rylance, Joseph H., D.D., The Use and Abuse

of the Tongue, 214; Exultant Gratitude.. 744
Sanborne, Rev. G. M., The Test of Words.... 328
Samson, G. W., D.D., New Reading of Fa-

miliar Texts in O. T., 106; 164; 766; Au-

thorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews.... 280
Schaff, Philip, D.D., The Oldest Christian

Sermon, 98; 157; 223; The Canon of the
New Testament....

Schauffler, Rev. A. F., The Ark in the

Scovel, Presi. Sylvester F., Earnestness in Re-

Sherwood, J. M., Without Hope, 91; Prayer-

Meeting Service, 216; 275; 335; 399; 455;
517; 575; 636; 695; 254; 813; 878; Christ-
mas and New Year Services, 172; Help-
ful Data in Current Literature, 245; 306;
366; 486; 546; 606; 667; 727; 787; 847;
907; The Thessalonians and Bereans, 273;
The Pulpit of a Past Generation, 301;
Mourning in a Revival, 323; Religion
made easy, 480; Reply to Swinton, 650;
Morality Essential to Religion, 718; A
Glimpse of the Better Life..

Simpson, Bishop Matthew, Will God Dwell

with Men, 249; Contrast Between Pagan-
ism and Christianity.

Sprecher, Samuel P., Christ All in All, 258;

The Eternal Punishment of the Wicked.. 686
Spurgeon, Rev. C. H., Earnest Expostulation,

33; A Gospel Worth Dying For, 87; Let
Not Your Heart be Troubled, 203; The
Top of the Ladder 385; Views on the
Eternal Punishment, of the Wicked, 587;
Two Pauls and a Blinded Sorcerer, 627;
Though He were Dead.

Smyth, Rev. George H., Jesus the Savior, 567;

Smyth, Newman, D.D., The Deep Things of

Snively, William A., D.D., Pastoral and Ser-
monic Habits...

Steele, Daniel, D.D., The Holy Spirit the
Conservator of Orthodoxy...


Stocking, C. H. W., D.D., The Temple Built. 752
Stoddari, John H., Lay Criticism on the Min-

Storrs, R. S., D.D., A Royal Rule of Life, 146;

Martin Luther, 264; The Law of Life and
Increase, 382; Abiding Strength and Glad-
ness, 498; The Missionary Field, 562; The
Proportion of Faith, 682; The Wonderful

Stuckenberg, J. H. W., D.D., The Proper Use
of National Blessings, etc....

Swinton, John, Lay Criticism on the Ministry,
648; Reply to

Talmage, T. De Witt, D.D., Pastoral and Ser-
monic Habits...

Taylor, William M., D.D., Paul's Preaching,

393; The London Museum and the Sab.
bath, 472; The Eternal Punishment of the

Thomas, J. B., D.D., Religious Sentimental-

ism, 89; The Consummate Sacrifice, 204;
On Evolution, 529; Sealed Unto Christ,
566; The Wisdom of Solomon

Thompson, Rev. L. o., Prayer-Meeting Ser.

vice, 39; 92; 154; Notice of Death....... 783
Thrall, Rev. W.G., Endowments and Require-

Thurber, Francis B., I ay Criticism on the Min-

Thwing, C.F., D.D., The Work of the Holy

Thwing, Prof. E. P., Pulpit Magnetism.
Tiffany, O. H., D.D., Justifiction by Faith.. 512
Tinker, Rev. Ezra, Martha's Over-Anxiety.. 866
Van Dyke, Henry J., D.D., The Eagle's Nest. 388
Van Dyke, Henry J., D.D., Jr., The Living God 855
Van Vranken, Rev. H. H., Confessing Christ. 389
Vaughan, Dean, Christ the Sower of the Good

Virgin, Rev. S. H., Paul at Corinth

Warren, Bishop Henry W.,

The Exceeding
Love of God, 208; God's Works and Word,
690: Paul's Prayer

Wedekind, A. C., D.D., Best Methods of

Wheeler, Edward Jewett A.M , Germs of

Illustration, 546; 606; 666; 726; 786; 846. 906
Whittemore, Rev. B. F., The Preciousness of

Christ, 154; The Danger of Neglect..... 689
Wilkinson, Prof. William C., Conditions of
Pulpit Power..

Winchell, Alex., LL.D., On Evolution....... 345
Witherspoon, T. D., D.D., The True Obla-
tion, 316; God's Great Sacrifice

Woodford, Stewart L., Lay Criticism on the

Wright, Rev. C. L., Great and Precious Prom-

Wylie, Rev. A. McElroy, Things New and

Old, 108; Reproduction in Kind, 618; Suc-
cess and Failure in the Ministry.......... 759





Absalom's Death, by J. L. Hurlbut, D.D..... 633
Absalom's Rebellion, by P. S. Henson, D.D.. 632
Abstinence for the Sake of Others, by Rev.
Newman Hall, D.D...

AMiction, Paul's Great, by Rev. Jos. Elliott., 327
Ark, The, in the House, by Rev. A. Schauf-

Beautiful Gate, Miracle at the, by Rev. Thos.

Believers, The Blessedness of, by J. 0. Peck,

Best Methods of Preaching and Sermonizing,

by G. F. Krotel, D.D.,100; A. C. Wede-
kind, D.D.. 111; G. F. Pentecost, D D.,
219; A. J. F. Behrends, D.D., 220; Rev.
William Lloyd..

Bible, The, A Book for all Nations, by Moses
T. Hoge, D.D..

Bible, Songs of, by A. E. Kittridge, D.D..... 69
Blessedness, The, of Believers, by J. O. Peck,

Books and Readers, by Rev. Robert Collyer. 162
Brain Over-Work, Effects of, by William A.
Hammond, M.D..

353, 402
Busy Live, Religionin a, by H. M. Booth, D.D. 429
Canon, The, of the New Testament, by Philip
Schaff, D.D.

Christ All and in All, by Samuel P. Sprecher,

Christ, Confessing, by Rev. R. H. Van Vranken 389
Christ, The Mediatorship of by Rev. A. Huel-
ster, Ph. D.




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