The Methodist Review (29;V. 37;V. 59)

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Unknown Author & Thomas Mason
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9780217094931
ISBN10:
0217094937
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Engels
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Paperback
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04-02-2012
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: Art. III.?THE SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE AT CHAU- TAUQUA. At the late Sunday-school Assembly at Clmutauqua, one of the highest functionaries of our Church declared its creative and controlling spirit, Dr. Vincent, to be the Napoleon of the Sunday-school cause. We are inclined to carry out the figure a step farther, and name him the Danton of the Sunday-school revolution?for in his work he seems to have adopted as his own the motto of the great French revolutionist, " Vaudace ! Vaudace ! ! et encore Vaudace ! ! ! " for year after year he seems to increase in boldness and in boldness, and again in boldness, until we are at a loss to know what to expect from him next. When this generalissimo of his revolution came to us for the first time to unfold his plans for a Scientific Conference at Chautauqua we listened with fear and trembling, and thought within us?this is a bold experiment. But the leader had determined on a forward movement, and only desired of us counsel as to the members of his staff for this aggressive warfare. We advised as best we knew, and could simply wish him Godspeed! And he sped to victory by a judicious choice of workers, and then commanded success to perch upon his banners by deserving it. The Scientific Conference has ceased to be a doubtful experiment, and has passed into the field of history; and its decided success merits, we think, a chronicler, and as such we propose to enter into no philosophical disquisition as to the conflict between science and religion?-with this we have been both saturated and sati .ited. We prefer to deal with the practical facts brought forward in this new enterprise, and to show how, in our humble judgment, the developments of the wonders revealed by science will lead the popular mind more surely to a firm belief in the ex...


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Titel:
The Methodist Review (29;V. 37;V. 59)
ISBN:
9780217094931
ISBN-10:
0217094937
Auteur:
Unknown Author & Thomas Mason

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