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Excerpt from The Universality of Jesus
The importance of this truth for the faith of the rising generation can scarcely be exagger ated. The pivot of a convincing apologetic must be the impression which Jesus makes upon us and it is in the last degree important that we Should rightly realize what this impres sion is, even if it be difficult to gather it all within the fold of one idea.
Jesus stands in some unique relation to the human race. That relation has never yet been satisfactorily defined or expressed.1 Per haps'it is in the nature of things that it can never be adequately, or at least succinctly, expressed. Nevertheless, endeavours must be made, and will continue to be made, to follow the courses of the various streams at whose conﬂuence stands the impression which Christ has made on the minds of men.
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