This chapter illustrates the difference suggested between the religion of Christ and that of the Christian Churches by contrasting the sweet, warm, loving sentiment of the Lord's Prayer with the intellectual dogma of the Apostles' Creed. The Lord's Prayer is the prayer of youth. Its emotional influence releases the instinctive fearlessness that is the heritage of man. The phraseology of the Apostles' Creed represents the righteousness of the Scribes and Pharisees which Christ told us was not sufficient to bring us into the Kingdom of Heaven. The Creed is therefore a dangerous doctrine to instil into the young. It demands the acceptance, as an article of faith, of ideas which are contrary to human instinct and human experience. To instil the influence of the Lord's Prayer into the emotions of youth is to produce strong, reliant, and humble natures. To instil the influence of the Apostles' Creed into the emotions of youth is to produce dependent, introspective, and suspicious temperaments.