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Belief in the unique sonship of Christ is a difficulty in the complete acceptance of human.
Moral evolution, chapter XVI. Because Christ produced a new moral type, Harris feels that wthe existence of an orderer, and suggests that Christ's truth of the Father Life of God has the most the great pivotal doctrine of the divinity of Christ, or, as he preferred to call it, the Incarnati
He found its truth to reside in the fact that Christ had lived out the secret yearnings and possibi doctrine but a person!
Christianity only for Christ!. . . Our religion is—Christ.
To believe in Hs, for usually his gaze takes in the past with Christ resplendent in it and does not lose itself in later, Socrates seemed thin in comparison with Christ.
Socrates brings an argument to meet an objecrms of a social psychology, the personality of Christ being entirely left out except as an embodimennough alone.
After claiming that Moroni, God, Christ, John the Baptist, Elijah, and others in their
Chevalier of Pensieri-Vani, the, 92
Cheves, Langdon, 341
Chicago (University), 62, 207, 212, 357, 412, 586
Child, F. J., 5, 464, 479, 484-485, 485 n., 486, 507, 509
Child and the curriculum, 423
Children in the Wood, the, 511
Children of earth, 291, 294
Children of the King, the, 88
Chinese characteristics, 212
Chinese repository, 144
Chittenden, H. M., 134, 135
Choate, Rufus, 126
Choir invisible, the, 91
Chopin, Kate, 597
Chorus Lady, the, 295
Christ and Christmas, 531
Christian City, the, 223
Christian Examiner, 301, 303
Christianizing the Social Order, 216 n.
Christian Missions and social progress, 212
Christian Pastor, the, 217
Christian Science, 527
Christian Union, 325
Christmas Trail, The, 161
Christophe Colombe, 185
Christopher Columbus and how he received and imparted the spirit of democracy, 187
See Stowe, Harriet Beecher
Christy, David, 341
Churchill, Winston, 91, 287