A Religious Wrangle.
[per press, association.]
Auckland, April "11. f. In regard to the controversy arising out of the recent holiness meeting and?.the question of an u}isinning;.life^. Birch of the Tabernacle, ' * stated? in a sermon that his life, for five months ihad . been before the men of Auckland, and he left them to judge whether the way he had lived had been an inspiration from himself or the devil or from God,.! While he remained pastor of that: Church he would preach no other Gospel than that which he had already^, preached—-the . doctrine of personal hoKness if it emptied it and it had to be refilled with the poor ? and needy. He might; not jhaY# Satisfied the rich, but i he-had visited thY widow,. , the fatherless and the poor, and' lived a blameless life. Some of his people had -••*' already gone elsewhere, and if they got • -,'\ , manlier Christianity preached to, them elsewhere than he preached to them they were welcome to it. . ..
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A Religious Wrangle., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890
A Religious Wrangle. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890
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