Excerpt from Arazenos: His Wanderings, Trials, and Discourses
There is scarcely justification for introductory remarks with any volume, and a work of this nature admits of few. The work is its own introduction; it is a Prose Poem, and must be interpreted as such. The subject involved, is one to which the author has given attention fr 1m early youth, and, whatever the Critics may or may not say of the book, the production of it has relieved the Author from the pain and travail attending the many years when the aspiration was ripening into accomplishment.
I am indebted to certain friends for reading the work in ms, but I de..ne to avoid personal mention of any.
A companion volume on another aspect of the cosmos, suggests itself to me at certain times, and may be effected later: at present this is what I have to say on the atonement question.
The allegorical symbolism interwoven may have some effect in making evangelists theologians, and theologians evangelists.
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