Compare and Contrast

Bishop N.T. Wright: “Future justification, acquittal at the last great Assize, always takes place on the basis of the totality of the life lived.”


Puritan Thomas Brooks: “There is no Christian in his wits who will dare to adventure the everlasting safety of his soul upon the leaking vessels of his own holiness or services.”

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1 Response to Compare and Contrast

  1. R. Martin Snyder says:

    What is there to say? One is fit for the toilet and the other is from the Kings table of truth. One should be regurgitated and the other digested. The two are in total opposition and one should be anathematized.

    The dead man spoke well. The one still alive needs to understand the dead man’s truth.

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