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THE Provincial Wesleyan thinks that Methdism needs just now a powerful theologian, nother Watson. It says:
“Methodism needs another great theolog- || al systematist to repeat he splendid service werformed by Rochard Wat-on in his instiutes. Watson was a kingly man, and Meh. dism owes him a vast debt of gratitude. His qual in his high in ell-cual endowmen s las not yet appeared in the Methodist housetold. . . . Since Watson, biblical criticism nd natural science have made immense progess, and the spirit of free inquiry, daring no lous, has taken up new positions on new bases. In non-Metmany eminent defenders of the ulug to the new field of con. I Methodist communions able conteudiog for the truh as it 12 3 ut yet clear-sighted Methodist w bright with joy could tu, y er Ricard Watson, fittingly ag to foot, pressing onward to
EVIDENCES, DOCTRINES, MORALS, AND INSTITUTIONS
BY RICHARD WAT soN.
eircumsistentis versatur. Dignissimum itaque hoc est Objectum et plenum venerandæ Majestatis, praecei-
pU BLis FIED BY J. EMORY AN D E. wAUG H, FoR THE METHODIST