We do want a theology that will not frown with too great austereness on every playful sentiment, nor disdain all communion with those ... best metaphysical reasoners have been a little too unheedful of what they have been pleased to call the anaturala or aanimal virtues. ... will study more delicacy of shading, more neatness of adjustment, and will cultivate a style more redolent of kindness and fellowship.
|Title||:||Essays on the Christian Ministry. Selected from American publications. With a preface by W. H. Murch|
|Author||:||William Harris MURCH|