INTRODUCTION A PLEA FOR THE STUDY OF CHRISTIAN ETHICS If, as Matthew Arnold says, conduct is three-fourths of life, then a careful inquiry into the laws of conduct is indispensable to the proper interpretation of the meaning and purpose of life. Conduct of itself, however, is merely the outward expression of character; and character again has its roots in personality; so that if we are to form a just conception of life we have to examine the... more...

A DRAMA IN ONE ACT PERSONS Teja, King of the Goths. Balthilda, Queen. Amalaberga, her mother. Agila, Bishop. Euric } Lords in the former kingdom of the Goths. Theodemir Athanaric Ildibad, spearbearer of the King. Haribalt, a warrior. Two Camp Watchers. Teja The scene represents the King's tent. The curtains are open in the background and permit a view through the camp of the Gothic... more...