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CONTENTS: 1.-THE THEOLOGY OF THE LOST WORD AND THE MANIFESTATION OF THE DIVINE NAME. By the Rev. Dr. J. F. Garrison.
1 11.—RALPH WALDO EMERSON. By Professor George Prentice.
29 111.-CHRISTIAN ASPECTS OF DARWINISM. By the Rev. J. M. Whiton
56 IV.-ON THE ORIGIN OF THE PRIMITIVE HISTORICAL TRADITIONS OF
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69 V.-SWEDENBORG AS A THEOLOGIAN AND A SEER. By the Rev. J. Brainerd Thrall.
83 VI.—THE PRESENT OUTLOOK FOR OLD TESTAMENT STUDY. By Professor F. B. Denio.
99 VII.-LUTHER AND LOYOLA: THEIR INFLUENCE ON MEN. By Alfred A. Mitchell, Esq.
115 VIII.-THE IMAGINATIVE ELEMENT IN PREACHING. By the Rev. Martyn L. Williston.
125 IX.-CONDITIONS OF SUCCESSFUL PRAYER. By the Rev. Dr. W. M. Taylor. 137 X.—SAINT LUKE: PHYSICIAN, PAINTER, AND POET. By the Hon. F. J. Kingsbury.
149 XI.-BIBLICAL NOTES: THE SPIRITS IN PRISON. By T. W. Chambers.
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