A Hand-Book on Christian Baptism (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (18 Nov. 2016)
By: R. Ingham (Author)
Dr. J. Buchanan. Many sincere Christians dislike controversy, and, so far from engaging in it themselves, can scarcely allow that others should. An enlarged view of the history of the Chris tian church might serve to convince such persons. That error, when it does appear, should be met by a bold re-exhibition of the truth, seems to be one of the first duties which the church owes to her Divine Head. - Disc. On Nat. Rel. Est, pp. 3, 4.
J. Burnet. It is more pleasing at any time to harmonize with the great mass of mind around us: but we think it one of the strongest proofs we can give of our affection and regard for all our fellow-men, to tell them where we think them wrong. - Lec. On Pop. Errors in Rel, p. 88.
J. C. L. Carson, M.D. - The Opinion prevails rather extensively in this generation, that it is the duty of Christians to avoid controversy. This, however, appears to me to be sacrificing truth to peace. - The Heresies, c., p. 94.
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