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The Duty of Baptists to Teach Their Distinctive Views By John Albert Broadus,

  • Title: The Duty of Baptists to Teach Their Distinctive Views
  • Author: John Albert Broadus
  • ISBN: 2940012413048
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Nook
  • It is impossible to maintain mental health if the body be abused or neglected, for bodily conditions react upon those of the and the externals of piety are the natural expression of its spiritual essence, which cannot be healthy if they are disregarded, exaggerated, or perverted The tendency of human nature is usually not to neglect religious externals, but to exaggerateIt is impossible to maintain mental health if the body be abused or neglected, for bodily conditions react upon those of the and the externals of piety are the natural expression of its spiritual essence, which cannot be healthy if they are disregarded, exaggerated, or perverted The tendency of human nature is usually not to neglect religious externals, but to exaggerate or pervert them The New Testament gives us a very simple pattern in these respects simple organization, simple government, simple ceremonies But men early began to magnify their importance and to change their character and application.
    The Duty of Baptists to Teach Their Distinctive Views It is impossible to maintain mental health if the body be abused or neglected for bodily conditions react upon those of the and the externals of piety are the natural expression of its spiritual esse

    One thought on “The Duty of Baptists to Teach Their Distinctive Views”

    1. Refreshing to read a Baptist who wasn t ashamed to be a Baptist and thought issues concerning the church important enough to teach and proclaim, and loving enough to want others to see the truth.

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