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Ch. 13 - Evangelical Teaching (1855) 
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Post Ch. 13 - Evangelical Teaching (1855)
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Post Re: Ch. 13 - Evangelical Teaching (1855)
Hurry, hurry, get going and read on - you HAVE to get to this one - Holy Crap, it's amazing! Written 100 years before I was born by a woman pseudonymed George lambasting a prominent fundamentalist of the time and every sentence is a bombshell!

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But what relation to all this has a system of interpretation which keeps the mind of the Christian in the position of a spectator at a gladiatorial show, of which Satan is the wild beast in the shape of the great red dragon, the two thirds of mankind the victims - the whole provided and got up by God for the edification of the Saints?


Wow!




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