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Incarnation Assaulted
			
                       CHURCH REVIEW

    Vol. XXIV, No. 2.    OCTOBER, 1907.      Whole No. 94


                            I

               THE INCARNATION ASSAULTED.


    The truth of Christianity must stand or fall upon the
truth of the first and the last facts in Christ's earthly life-
His immaculate conception and His resurrection; conse-
quently atheistic rationalism has exerted all its energies and
exhausted all its resources of scholarship and research to ren-
der them incredible or prove them impossible. There was
never greater need of trained men in the church capable of
meeting iconaclasts upon their own grounds than now; for
it cannot be denied that these men who strike the heaviest
blows against our faith are scholars, keen and sincere. And
when we see men like Professor Briggs and Dr. Crapsey tak-
ing their places beside the dissenters and doubters, we must
acknowledge that they cannot be dismissed with a sneer and
an anathema.
     The fact is, while the purpose remains the same as in the
days of Celsus-to discredit the divinity of Christ-the meth-
ods have radically changed. Men no longer try to laugh re-
ligion out of court with the jibes and bon mots of a Voltaire,
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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 24, Num. 2

Incarnation Assaulted

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Volume:  24
Issue Number:  02
Page Number:  93
Date:  10/1907


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