Excerpt from Christian Doctrines and Modern Thought: The Boyle Lectures for 1891
Things which belong, not to the phenomenal and the temporal, but to the unseen and the eternal. Men thus trained are slow to admit a finality in any expression of truth. To them a creed or a decree of a council represents no more than the nearest approximation to the expression of a thought which could be made by the best qualified judges at that epoch. But since changes take place in the meaning of words, these formulae may become inadequate or even misleading. Moreover, since.
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