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THE

THEOLOGICAL REVIEW:

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A QUARTERLY JOURNAL

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RELIGIOUS THOUGHT AND LIFE.

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“Our fathers worshiped in this mountain; and ye say, that in Jerusalem is
the place where men ought to worship.”

“ The hour cometb, when ye sball neither in this mountain, nor yet at Jeru-
salem, worship the Father.

But the hour cometh, and now is, when
the true worshipers shall worsbip the Father in spirit and in truth : for the
Father seeketh such to worship Him. God is a Spirit: and they that worship
Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth.” (John iv. 20, 21, 23, 24.)

VOL. XI.

Nos. XLIV.-XLVII.

LONDON:

WILLIAMS & NORGATE, HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN,

AND at 20, South PREDEKICK STREET, EDINBURGH.
MANCHESTER: JOHNSON & RAWSON, 89, MARKET Street.

1874.

LONDON: PRINTED BY C. GREEN AND SON,

178, STRAND.

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THE

THEOLOGICAL REVIEW.

No. XLIV.-JANUARY, 1874.

I.-HETEROPATHY, AVERSION, SYMPATHY.
History of European Morals from Augustus to Charlemagne.

By W. E. H. Lecky. London. 1869.
The Origin of Civilization. By Sir J. Lubbock. London.

1870.
The Early History of Man. By E. Tylor. London. 1871.
Physics and Politics. By Walter Bagehot. London. 1872.
Expression in Man and Animals. By Charles Darwin.

London. 1871.
The Emotions and the Will. By Alexander Bain. London.

1859.
Old-fashioned Ethics and Common-sense Metaphysics. By

W. J. Thornton. London. 1873.
Ancient Law. By Sir Henry Maine. London. 1861.

THERE is perhaps no human emotion which may not be described as infectious or epidemic, quite as justly as idiopathic or endemic. We “catch” cheerfulness or depression, courage or terror, love or hatred, cruelty or pity, from a gay or a mournful, a brave or a cowardly, an affectionate or malicious, a brutal or tender-hearted associate, fully as often as such feelings are generated in our own souls by the incidents of our personal experience. In the case of individuals of cold and weak temperaments, it may even be doubted whether they would ever hate, were not the poisoned shafts of an enemy's looks to convey the venom to their veins ; nor love, did not the kiss of a lover kindle the unlighted fuel in their hearts. The sight of heroic daring stirs the blood of the poltroon to bravery, and

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