The reformation of the sixteenth century, whick gave birth to Protestantism, was based on Scripture. It gave back to the world the Bible. It taught the Scriptures; it exposed the errors and corruptions of Rome by the use of the sword of the Spirit. It applied the prophecies, and accepted their practical guidance. Such Reformation work requires to be done afresh. We have suffered prophetic antipapal truth to be too much forgotten. This generation is dangerously latitudinarian--indifferent to truth and error on points on which Scripture is tremendously decided and absolutely clear. The duty of diffusing information on the true character and history of "Romanism and the Reformation" is one which presses on God's faithful people in these days. The apathy of many as to the present crisis only increases the danger, and intensifies the call for clear and cogent teaching suited to counteract the Romeward tendencies of these times.