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The Last But One

" But, I ask you—." Differing almost with every individual, and almost endless in their variety and range, objections to the Church and her teaching are raised for purposes of discussion. In the last but one of his series of articles on the Conversion of England, the Rev. Dr. Orchard advances suggestions for meeting objectors in many categories.

The alleged inferiority of Catholics to Protestants; the objection that historic descent is no proof of the True Church; the plea for a mere "religion of the spirit "; the charge that the Church has failed, has gone wrong; the attitude which waits on some demanded reform; humanitarian, scientific rationalist arguments—for all these objections, Dr. Orchard supplies answers, brief, direct and telling.

(See Page 13.)




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