1898. The contents of this book were given as a course of lectures before the Lowell Institute. The purpose of the book will be evident to anyone who reads it. McKenzie claims no novelty for this; but cannot too strongly assert his conviction of the profound importance of the one truth which has controlled him from the beginning of the pages, which he offers for the cheer and comfort of the serious days in which we are living. Contents: Creation and Man; Course of Man in the Oldest Literature; Son of Man in Early Literature; Purpose and Method of Christ; Cause of Christ in the Hands of Men; Christian Forces.