Conscience and Criticism (Classic Reprint)

Conscience and Criticism (Classic Reprint)

by Geoffrey Hughes
     
 

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It has been the first desire of the author in writing this book to lessen the unnecessary opposition which commonly manifests itself between those radically are agreed in Christian Faith. Religion is so often attended by controversy, that men are much more aware of the points in which they differ than of those which they hold in

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Excerpt from Conscience and Criticism

It has been the first desire of the author in writing this book to lessen the unnecessary opposition which commonly manifests itself between those radically are agreed in Christian Faith. Religion is so often attended by controversy, that men are much more aware of the points in which they differ than of those which they hold in common. Whenever, therefore, a person can adopt the attitude of sympathy with both sides, he may well wish to speak if he thinks that he can show the agreement to be far more important than the difference.

The particular subject of controversy which now stirs thoughts and desires of this kind goes by the name of Higher Criticism. We have come to a time when religious people are beginning - but, in general, only beginning - to understand that such criticism is not always intentionally hostile to Christianity. They still believe, however, that in its own nature it undermines Christian security.

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ISBN-13:
9781331568599
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
07/17/2015
Pages:
322
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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