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Sayings of the fathers
society, the president of
not enough to die with
Unchangeableness of God
Young men, counsels to
a Weekly Iłagazine,
OF CHRISTIAN EXPOSITION AND ADVOCACY.
Who knows not that truth is strong, next to the Almighty; she needs no policies, nor stratagems, nor licensings to make her victorious, those are the shifts and the defences that error uses against her power.—MILTON.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1855.
SIX OF THE ARTICLES. Our Prologue..
Progress of our Race..
7 How Dan Mitchell became a Secularist
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IN"commencing our work, we wish to say as little about ourselves as comports with courtesy to our readers. We would rather secure their support by efficiency of performance, than by largeness of promise. There is, no doubt, an ideal before our mind, but' we are solicitous that those who favour us with their attention, should get glimpses of it in our weekly efforts, rather than from its délineation here, lest as ability falls só often short of intention, they form expectations which may be doomed to disappointment. If, however, aspiration has any connection with success, we are not without hope of achieving good among those for whom we write. Our object is the defence of Christianity, and we believe that its fullest and
exposition is its ablest defence. Our pages will, therefore, contain articles of a purely instructive character, presenting its facts, stating its evidences, expounding its teachings, developing its principles, illustrating its effects, and exhibiting its spirit. Not satisfied to rebut the cavils and objections of its enemies, wê 'shan endeavour to show its adaptations to the wants and sorrows of humanity. Believing that the political and social regeneration of nations is im." possible without their moral renovátion, we shall seek the diffusion of those
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