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Science and Religion.
Dr. Lons's Lecture.
our uinui mulcr is more
T iE UNIVERSITY PRESSING CLUB
prosperous than ever before, and . is NuV IN OPERATION.. Altering- and all kinds of repair work on
never did ; he have a Letter Presi- rr.nTH -i ,t.. ..h,.tt not ire. at :l small cnxT.
Rev. Dr. Daniel A. bong, form- dent or an abler faculty." i CLEANING and PRESSING a SPECIALTY
Jrly president of Antioch College, I The lecture was good and uavc Ag-ents fur Stern Bros., Schulman & Co., and Frank K. Skutch Co.
)hio, lectured in derrard Hall, I evidence of much
"hursday evening1. Dr. Long- is an !
alumnus of the University who has Literary Activity of the Faculty.
sieved distinction as an educator I
Continued irom last week.
Dr. T humus Hume made the following-addresses
Slater Industrial College Com
mencement, iiay 10, "Education
Oxford Shakes pe re Club, May
12, "Waf Richard HI. Shakespere's
the middle West. He is now
permanently back in North Carolina
jjs native state. Dr. .Long- s sub
ject was an intei-esting" one:
I "Science and Religion" and he
spoke from a thorougii life-Ion.!? ac-,
uaintance with both. He took the
0S1UOIJ iua. .".KW" e.ence Whinornn u,,A T., TUi.i
Lt only do not conflict, but that , Commencement,' Lexng-tou, Va,
hey should , go . hand in hand. T'Shakespenan Ideals of Conduct
Ahe speaker was introduced by Dr. md Lire.
dderman, and was heard with the I southern Biblical Assembly,
10st marked attention. He spoke ; imAJlT' o u lfleDlUe m
, r n r i che Sunday School.
i pari as luiiuwf,. T r, nIKla i , T.;K
"The Christian once turned on ; eral Education. "
:ience and sought to destroy it;; A series of ten discourses at New-
nd science retaliated. There was j ton, N. C, Jun 92-July 8.
n idea that the Church was the Richmond, Va., July 8, Virginia
mlv school and orthodoxy the testRally International Young- People's
W, S. WOODARD, Manager at Long's Building-.
rax - a
af religion. The man who was
trying to find out something about
J-pnirrn-nh'. nr rhornisTrv nr iKtrnn.
W", ' ' .. V.
my was thought to be a heretic or
n i i
"The first great battle between
cience ana religion was aoout
;eography. Theology declared that
he heavens revolved around the
olid earth, and it must be confess
ed that this is the idea of Bib
ical writers from Genesis to Reve
ation. Thus we see science organ
zed against religion" Luther de
lounced Copernicus as an upstart;
ylalanchron reasoned against him;
ud Calvin stigmatized his theory
Is heresy. The wisest and best
were liable to the errors of their
"But that day came to an end.
Reason could no longer be fettered
by dogmatism. What of a so called
iiiglier civilization? Its verdict is
hat the man who endeavors to set
le all questions by the Bible is on
he road to mysticism, and the man
Jvho rejects its teachings is on the
road to materialism. Do not be car-
Vied away with the hypotheses of
1 cience or dogmas of religion. Ac
ept the verified facts of both.
Otherwise vou will be led into er-
or. The scientist falls in love
vith some hypothesis and calls it
ruth; the religionist becomes equal-
y infatuated and declares that
very word in the Sicr jd Boole is to
pe sworn by..
"I would have every preacher go
Reverently into the laboratory. The
ruth, and it alone, shail make you
ree. The true religion of to-day is
Ma foe to freedom. Let the bot-
inist behold the Lily of the Valley
nd the astronomer the Sun of
P'Sfhteousne-.s, and there will be no
pnflict betwei n Science and Re
"Modern science and thonght
ttve not and cm not sweep away
pus Christ. His life, hi., faith
WescipnfSfi.- f .,.., TTill will
-VMi,uiV . tl V. - O . X till H i J
vw stand, like the hill of Zioii, fur
the true rel io-inn.
The speaker closed with a tribute
t0 the Universitv. "Under Presi-
pt Battle," 'applause) "she
Prose from lV aJ.t
and girded on new and beautiful
yarvM.. i . . ...
i'-'"eius, no was saying when the
sPntaueous outburst of applause
laterrunf.,i u:. o-.,.
Union, "Lessons from the Religious
Life of North Carolina."
Waynesboro, Va., "Sacred An
Dr. H. V. Wilson had charsre of
the Marine Biological Laboratory
of the United States Fish Commis
siou at Beaufort, N. C, for the sum
mer. He has he following papers:
"Gulf Fauna and Flora."
"Biology at the University of
"Adriatic Sponges. "
Prof. Collier Cobb was a mem
ber of the exploring expedition sent
out by the Union Pacific Railroad,
July, August and September. He
was made president of the tempor
ary organization, and permanent
secretary of the expedition which
discovered several skeletons of Dino
saurs. He visited mining regions of
Rocky Mountains and Pacific Slope.
He has delivered the following- ad
dresses: "The University and State,"
University of Wyoming, July 18.
'The Kind of Education We
need," Strane School, Sept. 15.
(Continued next week.)
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