Excerpt from The Kingdom of God: Studies From the View-Point of "Our Father"
About twenty years ago the author conceived the idea that there must be a theory of religion (which is only another name for a true life) that will commend itself to the judgment, and receive the approval, of every candid, reasonable Bible student - a theory on which all Christians can and will conscientiously unite. To suppose the contrary is to impeach both the wisdom and goodness of the omniscient and most loving of all fathers. Since He gave us the Bible as a revelation of truth, both respecting Himself and our relations to Him and to one another, and the duties that grow out of those relations, on its pages such a theory must be found. We must remember, however, that the Bible is what the inspiring Spirit intended to teach; not what sectarian bigots have claimed to find there.
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