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SUBSTANCE

From the April 1913 issue of The Christian Science Journal


THERE is nothing more characteristic of the instability of modern scholasticism than its effort to find an explanation of the miracles which shall be at once rational and yet consonant with the Nicene definition of the Trinity. The old scholasticism suffered from no such hesitations; its theology was as full-blooded as its manners.