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Excerpt from Our Reasonable Faith
This book is the effort of the writer to tell in simple language some of the thoughts concerning the Christian faith and the Christian life which have helped him in the secret battles of his own mind, and which have helped others like himself with whom he has dealt. The book is not a formal argument for the truth of the Christian faith; it is not a book on Christian evidences; nor is it an apologetic; although it is hoped that it will strengthen the faith of those who may be troubled about the truth of Christianity, and that it may give to its readers new reasons for the hope that is in them.
The four subjects which are brought together in this book have been discussed separately in many volumes, but the writer does not know of a single book which brings them together in this way for the ordinary reader. That there are so few quotations from books other than the Bible is due to the fact that most of the material has been made so much a part of the writer's own think ing that he has lost any consciousness of its connection with its original sources.
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