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I. Retrospect of the History of the Princeton Review.
BY CHARLES HODGE, D. D., LL. D. II. Index to Authors.
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CONTENTS OF NO. II.
I.—The Element of Time in Interpreting the Ways of God
IV.-The Relation of Adam's First Sin to the Fall of the Race
V.-The Witness of Paul to Christ
ART. VI.—The Christian giving for the Times .
279 ART. VII.--Brief Suggestions on Presbyterian Reconstruction and Unifi. cation :
306 ART. VIII.—Recent Publications on the School Question .
313 ART. IX.-Notices of Recent Publications
326 ART. X.-Literary Intelligence.
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