Excerpt from Reformed Judaism: A Lecture
There is no doubt at all in my mind that it was the religion of the Jews that supported them during all these trials. They were scattered to the ends of the earth; they were dispersed to the north, to the south, to the east and to the west of 'christendom, to Africa, Persia, India and China. It was their religion, which formed the invisible but indestructible bond that kept them to gether. A religion capable of producing such results must have been in its day a strong religion. Let us, then, endeavor to seize its salient features, to grasp its underlying principles: and I need not say to you that ample recognition of what was great in the past may well go hand in hand with the emphatic rejection of what is weak in the present.
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