The April number of the Theological Review contains the following articles: "The Minister and His People," an address delivered by Phillips Brooks '55 before the Divinity School on February 21, 1884, and not included in any edition of his works; "The Collapse of the New England Theology," by Dr. G. A. Gordon '81, of the Old South Church, Boston; "Hellenism and Christianity," by Professor F. B. Jevons, of the University of Durham; "Some Recent Works on Systematic Theology," by Professor G. W. Knox, of Union Theological Seminary; "Ethical Monism and the Problem of Evil," by Dr. B. A. G. Fuller '00, of the Philosophy Department.
April Theological Review Contents
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