Excerpt from Tolerance: Two Lectures; Addressed to the Students of Several of the Divinity Schools of the Protestant Episcopal Church
I have accepted with grateful pleasure the privilege of meeting you upon two evenings and talking to you upon Tol erance. I chose that subject because I had long vaguely thought of lecturing upon it, and also because it seemed to me as if there were no group of men to whom one could so fitly speak upon it as a gath ering of students of theology. To them more than to other men must come the puzzling problems and interesting sugges tions which the whole subject of tolerance involves.
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