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The AMERICAN CHURCH MONTHLY is now nearing the completion of its first year of publication. It has been a period of experiment and experience. The war has brought with it practical difficulties. But a certain degree of success has been attained and we look back with some justifiable pride on the list of articles and contributors during the past ten months.
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THIRD EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED
VINDICATION OF ANGLICAN ORDERS. By
the late ARTHUR LOWNDES, D.D. Two volumes. 8vo. Cloth. Copious Index. 950 pp. $5.00 net.
This work had the unique honor paid to it of being commended to the Universal Episcopate in an Encyclical signed by the Rt. Rev. Dr. Littlejohn, Bishop of Long Island, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Seymour, Bishop of Springfield, and the Rt. Rev. Dr. Coleman, Bishop of Delaware.
The Great War, when it ends, will bring the world face to face with many problems calling for a solution. The most insistent of these problems will be the religious ones.
From writers from every front, we hear that religious experiences never pressed the consciences of the soldiers as they have in this war.
Christians are realizing, as they never did before, their great brotherhood. Prejudices begotten of ignorance have melted away. English soldiers seeing roadside crosses in France are asking for their re-erection in the lanes and byways of England. When the war is over the men now at the front will be asking for the reasons of a divided Christendom. Should the Allies win, the fate of Austria will be in the balance. Austria is now the only Papal country in Europe. The claims of the Pope will call for more careful examination than ever.
Dr. Lowndes' great work is acknowledged to be the most convincing and scholarly presentation of the Anglican side of the controversy between Rome and ourselves on the question of Anglican Orders.
Another great value of the Vindication is that it is known and highly valued by Eastern Theologians, as is shown by Archbishop Nicolai's commendation, as also by the fact that in the semi-official pamphlet on "the Validity of Anglican Orders from the Orthodox standpoint," by Professor Androutsos, it is extensively quoted.
SECOND EDITION, REVISED
AMERICAN CHURCH LAW. A Guide and Manual for Rectors, Wardens and Vestrymen of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America. Thoroughly Revised and Brought into Harmony with the Constitution and Canons of 1910 and the Statute Laws and Canons of the Several States and Dioceses. By the Rev. EDWARD AUGUSTINE WHITE, D.C.L., Presbyter of the Diocese of Newark, sometime Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. A. D. 1911. 318 pp., with Index. $2.00 net. Postage 20 cts.
Invaluable work for Rectors, Vestrymen, and intelligent laymen of the Church. PREFACE TO THE NEW EDITION In sending forth the Second Edition of American Church Law I cannot forbear to express my thanks to the many Bishops, Clergy and Laymen of the Church for their kind recognition of this effort to give them an exposition of their legal rights and duties.
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