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VOLUME LXXXI.-FIFTH SERIES, VOLUME XV.
WILLIAM V. KELLEY, D.D., EDITOR.
NEW YORK: EATON & MAINS.
Rev. C. D. DAY, M.A., Newcastle, Wyo.
Kuyper's Encyclopedia of Sacred Theology, 156; Van Dyke's The Gospel
for an Age of Doubt, 158; Jefferson's Quiet Talks with Earnest People, 159;
Abbott's The Life and Letters of Paul the Apostle, 161; Mackenzie's
of Existence. 162; Lang's The Making of Religion, 164; Carman's By the
Aurelian Wall, 165; Stedman's Poems Now First Collected, 167; Fiske's
Old Virginia and Her Neighbors, 169; Lathrop's Memories of Hawthorne,
171; Bismarck, the Man and the Statesman, 173; MISCELLANEOUS, 174.
Bishop J. F. HURST, D.D., LL.D., Washington, D. C.
Professor I. T. HEADLAND, Peking University, Peking, China.
President W. F. WARREN, D.D., LL.D., Boston University, Boston, Mass.
Rev. J. B. KENYON, Litt.D., Syracuse, N. Y.
J. D. WALSH, D.D., Covington, Ky.
Cooperation in Mission Fields, 477; In Palestine and Syria, 479.
SUMMARY OF THE REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES.
Harnack's History of Dogma, 491; Pike's The Divine Drama, 493; Hun-
tington's Sin and Holiness, 495; Lanier's Music and Poetry, 497; Thomp-
son's John Wesley as a Social Reformer, 500; Henley's Poems, 502; Orr's
Neglected Factors in the Study of the Early Progress of Christianity,
504; Landor's In the Forbidden Land, 506; Hunt's English Meditative
Lyrics, 509; Warne's George Müller, 510; Steele's Jesus Exultant; or,
Christ No Pessimist, 510; Watters's First American Itinerant of Metho-
dism, William Watters, 511; Adams's European History, 611; Gilbert's
Thoughts from My Library. 512; Kern's The Ministry to the Congrega-
tion, 512; Cowl's Digging Ditches, 612.