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THE INDIAN ADVOCATE
out of the fullness of their corrupt heart lhau of their sound
intellect throw their feeble cry uf protest against the Christian
religion, rises the chorus of voices of several hundred millions
of believers, as they throng on Easter morning, into the tem
ples of the God crucified, and repeat like the early disciples:
Truly has Christ arisen.
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Fathers 'of the Society op the Divine Word, Techny,
III. They are certainly doing- a noble and godly work in
placing these translations in the hands of our English speak
ing people. They cannot but leave a deep impression to
wards good upon the mind of the reader.
The present volume "Our Faith is a Reasonable Faith"
from the pen of E. Huch, deals in a familiar style with
questions that are uppermost today in the minds of the
people. It treats them in a concise yet clear manner, and
in a way intelligible to the average reader. It is just the
book to be placed in the hands of those of our Protestant
neighbors who seek the truth. Catholics also can learn
much by its perusal to strengthen their faith and enable
them to answer difficulties raised by Protestants and Un
believers. For sale by the
SOCIETY OF THE DIVINE WORD,
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