Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18??, August 03, 1883, Page 12, Image 12

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repressed by law, as being flagrantly in
opposition to public policy. ° ^Vornan
[Under this head we will be pleased to give in Politics,” by ex-Surgeon-General
editorial reviews of all books and tracts of inter­ Wm. A. Hammond, is a caustic discus­
est that may be sent to this office.]
sion of certain facts of nervous organi­
T he L amb in the M idst of the zation which in his opinion render the
T hbone . or-titfjtfwtag of the Cross, by female sex unfitted for participation in
Bev. J. M. Sherwood^ welT"known as
editor Presbyterian Review. Prioe$2.00. reviews “ Henry George’s Social Falla­
Just issued.—The gist of the book is to cies,” criticising in particular his doc­
give the- True Idea of the Cross, and trines regarding land-tenure and rent.
how to give it saving power in this age The evils resulting from “ Crude
Methods of Legislation,” both national
of the world.
1. The book is unique in character. and State, are pointed out by Simon
t^e adoption of
statement or scientific treatment, but in oertain rules of legislative procedure
historical order and development. The which, in English practice, have been
Cross is the central truth, and aronnd it fouiid to serve as an effectual barrier,
are clustered, in concrete form and his­ both against lobbying and against tlie
torical relation, all the vital doctrines of mischiefs of ill-oonsidered law-making.
'TTeveTation 7 Chnstian Theology Is thUB Charles F. Wingate writes of “ The
taught in the form of a history ; starting Unsanitary Homes of the Rich,” and
with God’s eternal purpose of grace and there is a joint discussion of •' Science
tracing it down through all the dispen­ and Prayer,” by President Galusha
sations of time and up to the splendid Anderson and Thaddeus B. Wakeman.
consumption in the eternal Kingdom; Published at. 30 Lafayette Place, New
treating the several parts of the trans­ York, and for sale by booksellers gen­
cendent scheme in their historical order erally.
and relative significance.
2. The chief subjeot discussed is
Written for the Herald.
timely, and of the first importance, viz.,
the True Idea of the Cross, and how to
give it saving power in the present age
irf-tfre w o r ld ; w hile th e re lat e d t K e m e n,
Heavenly Father be my friend !
briefly passed in review, are alf of cur­ till my life shall end !
rent interest both to the ministry and
And thy spirit, Lord, impart,
Christians at large.
my wayward, doubting heart.
3. The view of the Gross as here pre­
sented, both in its doctrinal and practi­
Savior, be thou day by day,
cal aspects, is grand and glorious, and
Round about my path alway !
cannot fail to fire the Christian heart,
And when comes the even-tide, <r-
while it will broaden one’s conception
Jesus, with my soul abide 1
of its infinite significance, and its scope
Whep afflictions round me roll,
and j>ewer as a moral redeeming foroe
Jesus, iover of my soul !
in God’s Kingdom.
Thy dear sympathy impart,
4. The style of the book is exceedingly
To my grieving, yearning heart I
fresh, lucid* vigorous and candid, while
the aim ofthe work is exalted, and its
When the day of death draws near,
spirit catholic, evangelical and eminent­
Take from me each doubt and fear ;
ly serious and spiritual. It is a book to
Let thy visioned glory shine
s'.ir the soul and invigorate the faith of
Round this parting soul of mine !
the Church.
“ 1 have already read a good part of . When my eyes can see no more
Earthly love lights on the shore,
it, and cannot keep away from it. Its
When I feel the rising tide—
intellectual vigor, intense earnestness,
Press me closer to thy side 1
devout tone and spiritual depth of
■ I
.power, all hold me as by a spell.”—
Till my eyes the glory Bee,
From an Eminent Christian Lam yer.
That awaits my soul in thee !
“ A right sturdy, stalwart piece of
When my soul is satisfied,
orthodoxy is Dr. Sherwood’s book ; if
With thy joy beyond the tide !
you lap it with a mallet it has a resonant
Then, O then ! my soul shall be
riny like the big bell of St. Paul’s. If
Satisfied, my Lord, in thee !
every seminary studont would read it
When I reach that glorious place,
before licensure it would tone him up
in thy beloved em brace.
for his life work, and put new marrow
into his bones. '*~—Dr. T. L. Cuyler.------ •Jackson, Maine. -—*—----- * •
Funk «t Wagnalls, New York.
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gust opens with a very spirited discus­
sion of the subject of “ Moral Instruc­
tion in the Public Schools,” by the
Rev, Dr. R. Heber Newton, who offers
n practical scheme for conveying ethical
instruction without reference to relig-
oufi tenants, and the Rev. Dr. Francis
L. Patton, who maintains that the Bible
must be made the basis of all moral
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What we ought not to do, we
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, Virtue is a rough way, but proves
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