Excerpt from The Concept of Sin
HE scope and purpose of this work are sufficiently indicated in its opening chapter. A preface is therefore needed only for the opportunity which it affords me of expressing my indebtedness to Miss E. E. Constance Jones, Mistress of Girton College, Whom I have to thank for the many helpful suggestions and criticisms with which she favoured me while kindly reading the proofs. That my book has thus been cleared of many blemishes, I gratefully acknow ledge; for such errors as it may still contain, its author is wholly responsible.
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