great lines that govern the movements, the action of all the faculties. By its very position, therefore, religion must be the harmonizing force for all the rest. And from this position we have a right to assert that religion includes all those general laws of responsive harmony which unite living, conscious beings with each other.
A UNIVERSAL RELIGION must express universal
truths. It must completely express as well as provide for the spiritual wants of man. By whatever name we may call our soul, or the spiritual. internal life, we must see that it is the formative and acting force within every organ, every part, every tissue of both brain and body. Hence our spiritual wants must pertain to every faculty and organ.
The forces of life act from within outward. In the living body " each outward shape has been accurately molded upon an interior shape which gives its life, its explanation; and this interior spirit must have a shape or forin in order to create form and sustain form." It cannot give what it does not possess.
If spirit has form, then it also has space, for we can