The Laws of Christ for Common Life. Chapter 18. An Ethical Revival

If Christian men are not actually controlled in their common life by all that they profess to believe; if their worship has no effect upon their common work, they are contributing more powerfully to the temporary triumph of scepticism than the writers who are most hostile to religious truth. The wonderful story of the Incarnation, — it is we who are making it incredible if we are not manifestly trying to live a nobler life than those who deny it.

By Robert William Dale

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