Charles Taze Russell - 11-6-1899
Between God and Jinn Church wrangles and heresy trials have of late years been on account of deflections from the Bible standard. The danger of Pastor Russell's new book, "The At-one-ment At-one-ment At-one-ment At-one-ment At-one-ment between God and Man," is that it will provoke some opposition in clerical circles because of its faithfulness to the Scriptures and its disregard of denominational theories and creeds. It must be conceded, however, that if the creeds of the dark ages suffer a little, it is at the hands of a kind-hearted kind-hearted kind-hearted and generous critic, and is in the interest of a most reasonable interpretation interpretation of Scripture along lines laht. have heretofore been vexed and strlfeful even to the extent of promoting promoting wide divisions. If all theologians cannot finally agree with this presentation presentation of the great subjects discussed-Trinity, discussed-Trinity, discussed-Trinity, humanity and the atonement laymen certainly will not be able to see why they cannot, except it be through a desire to perpetuate their various denominational differences and to avoid Christian Union on a broad, reasonable and Scriptural basis. "The At-one-ment At-one-ment At-one-ment At-one-ment At-one-ment between God and Man," cloth, GO cents; paper, 25 cents. 500 pages. Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, Allegheny, Ta., and at all bookstores.