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KIRKUS REVIEW

varieties right back to the original proposition - to live an Jesus lived. Actually, this work lacs series of essays. Each sin or virtue in braced in its development in occasional at history. If in clearly defined and brought back to its natural place in God's plan for Man. This is essential. It has too long been forgotten because the various schools of thought have been like the Britain who neglected their own sins because they were already having the sins of the Royalists. The moderns have lost sight of sin as sin became they have driven so hard ""to be horizontal and positive and jolly"". This book is ex reality, a masterly handling of the subject. It can hold its place with those books that are still to put down. It is entertaining as well as inspirational.