taking place in men's thoughts about religion, when we find
such as these preached in the pulpit of the Presbyterian Cathedral of Glasgow. In the very home of dogmatic theology, dogmatism fs decried, and the simplest elements of the Christian faith proclaimed:.
"It is gradually dawning upon us," says the author, " that the Gospel is a wider and more liberal thing than the ideas of the sixteenth or seven-
teenth century, or of any other epoch of creed-making that can be named." This is the key-note that runs through the whole of this volume, which will be read with pleasure and profit by the members of any Christian church.