Excerpt from Jesus Brought Back Meditations on the Problem of Problems
Doubtless from a literary point of View the large use of quotations in some of these chapters will seem a decided blemish. And yet, the motive which has prompted their use has not been either to display a wide knowledge of the subject or to save the effort of independent composition. The ob ject of this book being as much to Show the results and tendencies of modern scholarship as to discuss the problems involved in its title, it has been felt that this could in no better way be done than by placing before the reader the very words of eminent authors, which in many cases would carry more weight and be of more interest than any other state ment of the same facts. So that, while not wishing to make a mere compilation, the aim has been to let the great leaders of opinion speak somewhat for themselves.
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