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PROGRESS OF KNOWLEDGE

PROGRESS OF KNOWLEDGE

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PROGRESS
IN KNOWLEDGETHROUGH LOVE
BACCALAUREATE
SERMON
O
F
1893
A
L
F
R
E
D
B
A
R
RY
,
.
D.D., D.C.L.
CANON OF
WINDSOR,
LATE
PRIMATE OFAUSTRALIA AND TASMANIA
 
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2007.
From University of California Libraries.May be used for non
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commercial, personal, research,or educational purposes, or any fair use.May not be indexed in a commercial service.
 
Eph.
III.,
18,
19
:'
17Lat
ye, being rooted
and
groulzded
ir,
he,
may be strong to
apehend,
with allsaints,
wht
is
the breadth and
hgth.,
and depth and
bight,
and
to
how
the love
if
Ch~ist,
which
passethhwledge,
that ye may be
$Zed
unto
all
ths fuhss
of
God.
All anniversary celebrations must be pregnant withsuggestive contrast, between that which endures andthat which passes away
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between the short life of each generation and the long continuity of deep
-
rootedinstitutions
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between forms and circumstances whichchange, and principles which are immutable
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betweenthe necessity of actual growth, which is laid upon allthat is finite, and the steadfastness of the ideal which,if it be true at all, is an attribute of the Infinite andthe Eternal. But
I
think that this general character
-
istic comes out with some special force
-
certainly to
a
speaker, perhaps also to his hearers
-
on such occasionsas this
;
when one whose life is mainly in the past,illuminated
not
by the magic brightness of hope, butby the more prosaic light of experience, has to addressmainly young men, who are still in all the freshness of their early manhood, looking onward to the unknowncapacity and expansiveness of the future; when (as to
-
day) he speaks, under the auspices of a University
essen-
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