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The Religious Element in Education.
BY EMMA YOUNGLOVE.
Not far from Edinburgh rises a mountain at whose foot was reared a Scotch lad. He grew to manhood and passed on to middle life without ever leaving the hamlet where he was born. At length a friend persuaded him to climb the mountaip which rose behind his cottage. When he reached the summit and turning beheld the view stretched out before him, he exclaimed, "Auch, mon, what a big warld it is!"
Many times as I have been studying our theme, the thought has occurred to me, "What a big world it is!
RELIGION AS A FACTOR IN CIVILIZATION. For the last two thousand years the central fact of the history of the Western world is Christianity.
Charles Martel struck the blow that drove back Mohammedanism, which impinged against Christianity. And the battle of Tours is one of the great battles of the world. Christianity, pot Islamism, is the religion of Europe and America.
Thruout the “dark ages" the little learning which was preserved, was nursed in the retirement of the cloister. Here were kept the precious manuscripts which have banded down to us the literature of Greece and Rome. Had the church, with its priests and monks, its abbeys and convents, been blotted out fifteen hundred years ago, we should have little left to tell us of the civilization and culture of the ancients. Without this foundation our own civilization would have been of slow growth and would lack many of its richest elements.
The crusades are brilliant and fantastic expressions of the religious enthusiasm which inspired them, and they gathered about them all the romance of the age of chivalry. Moreover they left a permanent impression upon Europe in the acquaintance they gave with the best elements of the life and education of the East. They had their share, too, in increasing the wealth and importance of the burgher class.
Gradually the temporal power of the church was augmented until at length the Pope dominated all nations in relation of state, both internal and foreign.
Then came the Reformation, with its discussions, its stimulus to free thought and free speech, its profound influence upon the life and character of one-half of the Christian world.
It was followed by religious wars which shook Europe for a century.
So greatly and so variously has the Christian religion affected the history of Europe in the past.