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1 1 BOOK REVIEWS "HURRAH AND HALLELUJAH." Dr. Bang, tho Danish theological pro-frssor, pro-frssor, pro-frssor, who, In his book, "Hurrah and Hallelujah," mentioned before, quotes from tho religious and Intellectual leaders of Germany to show their spiritual blindness, makes no harsh comments on tho strange self-complacoiiuy self-complacoiiuy self-complacoiiuy ho finds (hero, but lets tho mon apeak for themselves. For ex ample, ho quotes Dr. Preuss, a theologian of Erlanger. na comparing tho passion or sufferings of Uermuuy with the pauslon hi unnsi' passion nring uscu in ino ttenso with which wo apply the word to the Burrorings or Christ, uermany is me persecuted one, Franco Ih Herod, Rufrtla is Illate, England the Hanhedrln responsible responsible for tho great crime, Turkoy Is the repentant thief and Italy tho trcuchoroun Judas. God bus In Luther practically chosen the German people, saya I'r. PreusB, and that can never bo altered. Another German writer shows how God shows His special favor to tho Germans: "When our submarine, In splto of nn utmost utmost overwhelming superiority of force, In tho course of sixty minutes sends throe English cruisers to the bottom without suffering any hurt Itself, this herolo deed, unparalleled In naval history, Is for the Christian people a testimony from tho Lord on high, 'I am with you! Do you seo it?' " Dr. Bangs freely quotes criticisms of thin Hnlrlt of arroKance from German sources and nays this spirit Is not all of Germany. Ho entortiiins a profound admiration admiration for the German people, but he regrets tno minunoss or tneir spoKesmnn. (Tho Georca II. Do ran Company. New York.) I

Clipped from The Indianapolis Star09 Apr 1917, MonPage 7

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