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A Guide to the Study of 
the Christian Religion 

Edited by GERALD B. SMITH 

A symposium covering the field of 
modern religious teaching 

The past quarter of a century has seen 
remarkable growth in theological knowledge 
and an unusual change in the points of view. 
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out new methods of studying old subjects 
which have led to surprisingly fruitful results. 
The editor of the present volume has com- 
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THE NEW ORTHODOXY 

By EDWARD SCRIBNER AMES 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 
The University of Chicago 

The war marks the beginning of a new epoch in Christianity. Religion is 
gaining in reality and sanity and also in vision and incentive. The old 
orthodoxy sought correctness of opinion through tradition and authority. 
The new orthodoxy rests upon deeper grounds. Its foundations are in 
the nature of man; not in his superstition or his credulity but in his 
heroism, his kindliness, and his imagination. The concerns of religion in 
our day are bound up with science and art and social idealism. This book 
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light of the learning of scholars and in the presence of a new generation of 
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