Monday, December 07, 2020

Christ’s scholars, and other quotes

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“Christ’s scholars never learn above their Bible.” -- Matthew Henry

“The enormity of Scripture can never be reduced to a few humanly-composed statements of faith.” -- Charles Carrin

“John’s baptism is a baptism of hope, while Christ’s baptism is a baptism of hope fulfilled.” -- Lynwood Jacobs

“John’s baptism is a baptism of hope, and the baptism of Jesus is a baptism of hope fulfilled.” 

“All Christian life is measured by Scripture; every word thereof.” -- John Wycliffe

“Hop-Scotch theology is as phony as a three-dollar bill.” -- Charles Carrin

“We do not examine the Bible in the light of experience; but we do examine experience in the light of the Scriptures.” -- Ronald E. Baxter

“If what we learn from the Scriptures cuts across our experience, then we ought to call a moratorium on our practice.” -- Ronald E. Baxter

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