“In the case of every errant course there is always a first wrong step. If we can trace that wrong step, we may be able to avoid it and its results. Where, then, is the point of divergence from the “King’s highway of truth”? What is the first step astray? Is it doubting this doctrine, or questioning that sentiment, or being sceptical as to the other article of orthodox belief? We think not. These doubts and this scepticism are the outcome of something going before.
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- Bag Man
- Slippery Slope
- C.S. Lewis Would Be Thrilled: Paganism Is On The Move!
- Truth Alone: The Biblical Rejection Of Myth & Fable
- To Contend, Not To Compromise
- Hezekiah 40:4
- We Are Not Of Night, Nor Of Darkness
- The Unseen Laborers Of His Harvest
- What Do Victorian Frogs And Robins Have To Do With Christmas?
- On The Road To Christmas
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