Friday, May 31, 2019


‘They who suppose the wrath and anger of God upon fallen man to be a state of mind in God himself … hold the doctrine of the necessity of Christ’s atoning life and death in a mistaken sense.  That many good souls may hold this doctrine in this simplicity of belief I make no manner of doubt.  But when books are written to impose and require this belief of others as the only saving faith in the life and death of Christ, it is then an error that ceases to be innocent.’

The Rev. William Law (1686-1791), An Appeal to All That Doubt, Ch.3, para.4

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