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MR BROWN'S VIEWS.

TO THB KDIIOB.

Sib, — Now that ao muoh space his been given to Me Brown's views, may I be nllowed to say that were be to leoture on the subjeot every week there etlll romaln our Lord's wordo, " where tbo worm dieth not, and the fire Ih not qaenohed." As to his views be'ng new, there la a commen saying m that onnootion, that what Is true is not new, and what Is new Is net true. That ''• I-say-nnto-thee-to-day, " theory, with all ab>at the change of oomma, and the meanlnglesa arrangemdnt of the word " to-duy," is to be foand, if I mistake not, m Thomis' twelve Leotures (Christadelphlan), whioh havo been abont th» Oolony for yetra ; the same remark f ppllea to other of Mr Brown's views. — I nn &o , Aliquis

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MR BROWN'S VIEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 12 April 1889

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MR BROWN'S VIEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 12 April 1889

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