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Excerpt from Jesus, the Carpenter of Nazareth
This life is written in short realistic pictures, endeavouring to avoid theology and sectarianism, that mothers of all creeds may read it to their children, and that children in later life may read it for themselves. Two points are dwelt on, which are common to all the Churches - the beauty of the Life of jams, and Me personal contact of Me s'm't, - beyond that, lie the dividing walls of creeds and dogmas. Amid the present day questioning of beliefs, writings, and authorities, and the ever broadening of common charity, it is well that our children should begin with Christianity as Jesus left it, that they may be enabled to judge for themselves how much of the sectarian structures of the succeeding ages they need regard as essential to religion, and how much as only optional. A cathedral is a good place to worship in, but some prefer the open field. A simpler Christianity is urgently wanted. The hope of the future is in the young; and there is no better way to make good men and women.
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bound: 518 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 5, 2017)
isbn: 1331343992, 978-1331343998,
weight: 1.5 pounds (