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His Superior Attributes

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Thero was a shamolesa display of blasphemy in tho weent screed of 8onitor Chandlor in tho Senato against tho amnesty bill. " God," exclaiiued tho trueuleut Senator, " may forgivo ui unrepentoiit rebol, but 1 nevor can." The bold blaspbemy whieh ascribes to himself i loyalty superior to that of tlie Almighty, ■will at oiioo strike the reader as of tho most infumous character, yet it is only a self-rightcousness peculiar to the Senator and to the party of wliich he is a moinber. From tho beginning it has assumed to act upon a knowlcdgo gupiame to that of the Croator, naid that it cauld matorially improve some of tho works of Ilis hands. Chandler may have a knowliidgo of Kadical politics superior to Doity, luit wo cannot accept hú assuinption of superiority on the divine attributo of forgivcncBs. If Grod can forgivo an uniupentjiut rebel, and Chandler caunot, it i.s only an evidence of how tir tho latter stands from the jiath of Cliristian duty, nnd that lie is in rcijellion agaiust the


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