Excerpt from The Gospel Plan of Salvation
Every writer has a taste and a style as peculiarly his own as are his fea tures or his temperament; hence no two are likely to select exactly the same field of labor, or adopt the same method of arranging the material used by each respectively. While others have written upon some, perhaps all, the subjects treated in this work, we are not aware of any single book filling the place which this is designed to occupy. While it is directly addressed to the alien, we hope it will aid the young disciple in obtaining a more extensive knowledge of the form of doctrine by which Che was made free from sin especially will youngpreac/zer; find it a valuable compend of argnnzenl and rrilieal aut/zoriz'y in ellucidation of many subjects which they will find it necessary to examine. They will here find an amount of authority which would cost them much labor and money were they compelled to get it from the original authors quoted by us. Many of the works are out of print, so that only second-hand copies can be had at all, and these only by importa tion at fabulous cost. We found it necessary to pay ten, fifteen, and even as high as twenz'yzfiz'e dollars for works from which to obtain the author's defini tion of a single word, which will be found in this work. Many of these authors define in Latin which could not be read by the common English scholar if he had them; here he will find only the English translation of the author's Latin, which all can read and easily understand.
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