A VERY considerable part of the thinking people of today are darkened by doubt, if not despair, on the subject of religion. Because of their disobedience to the command of Jesus to heal the sick according to the way which he taught and exemplified, and because that which calls itself orthodox Christianity persists in representing God as a self-contradictory and wholly illogical being, the pulpits of Christendom have lost much of the power to persuade men which they formerly possessed.
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