Excerpt from The Christian Doctrine of the Lord's Supper
During the last half century a number of factors determining the direction of Christian thought have been somewhat adverse to dogmatic interests. Activity with respect to the principle of evolution has called for a recasting of apologetics, and for a new defence of spiritual as against materialistic views of the universe. Industry in biblical criticism has raised many questions as to the authenticity and reliability of the records. Evangelism has been apt to content itself with simple and fervent assertions as to sin and its atonement through the Saviour's Cross. Philanthropic sympathies and Christian socialism have drawn their inspiration rather from the character and work of Jesus as the Son of Man than as the eternal Son of God.
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