Book Reviews

Sherwood J. B. Sugden
1893 The Monist  
The fourth gospel, of all the sacred writings of the New Testament, has always been the reviewer's favorite book. Its profundity, its wealth of philosophical ideas, the fervor of its author's religious sentiment, and the spiritual grace that pervades the whole book, exercised an unspeakable charm on my mind. This gospel was the first to rouse my doubts in the belief of literal inspiration, and it was again the one, which, after the severest storms of infidelity had blown over, reconciled me to
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