Excerpt from The Place and Influence in the Church Movement of Church Congresses: A Paper Read at Sion College, London, February 25, 1874
The fact of such an institution, so voluntary and yet so regular in its self-responsibility, being so calmly conceived, and then launched with general acceptance into the orbit of an old ecclesiastical system, of which the members were already revolving in compliance with the law of their own attraction, proves, with a vividness of illustration, which it is impossible to embody in words, how young in physique.
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