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The Philippines and the Far East.
trasted with the best of the Teutonic and Anglo-Saxon peoples, seem very far below them; but when placed in comparison with their own Malay cousins in Borneo and the Peninsula, as well as in Java and Sumatra, they show that influences have been at work here that have been lacking there.
This difference can only be attributed to the leaven of the Christian religion, weakened as it has been in its power by errors of a vital sort in the way it has been taught, and still further hindered in its transforming power by vicious policies and evil courses in later teachers of its principles.
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