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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 6, Num. 3
			
384                   CHURCH REVIEW.

the colored man has to say for himself. Read this Review.
Price, 30 cts.; $3.00 a year. Published at No. 141 Franklin
Street, Boston
  Picking up the "Chautauquan" for December, we find our-
selves overwhelmed with an embarrassment of riches. We can
heartily join with Prof. Sherwin:
     "The voice of triumph raise,
             And sing Chautauqua's praise,
                 In hearty song."
  A consecutive and elaborate course of study, conducted by
the most learned men of the country, brings the advantages of
a University into the home circle and into the teacher's study.
All the teachers in the country should have it. Published at
Meadville, Pa.
  "The Missionary Review" and "The Homeletic Review," for
December, are, as usual, full of rare and solid articles. Mis-
sionary news from all over the world, and elaborate statistics
of missionary societies have been compiled at great labor, for
the benefit of its readers. Published by Funk and Wagnalls, 18
and 20 Astor Place, New York.

 The "Methodist Review" is to be congratulated upon being
seventy-one volumes old with the current issue. The editor
makes this announceement: "With becoming modesty, we may
report that the record of the present year, whether it relates to
patronage or permanent influence, is entirely satisfactory to
those interested in its publication and in its prosperity as one
of the standard periodicals of the Church. The subscription
list has increased fifty per cent., the largest increase in any
single year of its history, and the total list is larger than it has
been in forty years."  This is, indeed, a gratifying statement
and the prosperity of the "Review" is easily explained. It has
its especial fields of work; it attends to them, and them alone,
and does its work well. In criticism, literary reviewing, or in
exegetical controversy, it ranks among the most thoughtful, as
well as the most radical of our religious magazines  The No-
vember,December number is brimful of thoughtful things, such
as our clergymen especially may read with profits.

  Those who have read "Robert Elsmere" should read "All He
Knew," a novel, illustrating the power of God's grace to change
men's lives and character. This story is founded on fact, is told
in a simple and interesting way, and cannot fail to do much
good.  Among the characters, are one of the author's inimit-
able, and another girl who is neither homely nor a fool;
the first gentleman of the village, a couple of ministers, a wide
awake doctor, an old-fashioned deacon, a young Agnostic, and
some  other strongly-contrasting types. Published in Lippin-
cott's Monthly Magazine, Philadelphia.  Price, 25 cents per
number.
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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 6, Num. 3

Volume:  06
Issue Number:  03
Date:  01/1890


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