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SUNDAY AT HOME.

the new theology.

SOME CRITICISMS

1. Canon Hay Aifcken says : ■ H we take sides with Mr Campbell, and turn our hacks upon the ancient oracles,’ we are necessarily parting company here, at any rate, with a that 'deserves the name of tne evangel.” 2. The Rev. F. B. Meyer, in expiessing bis distress, said from the Christianity of Whiteheld, Wesley, and Spurgeon would smash the Free Church Federation.” 3. The Rev. T. Spurgeon “When the crown rights of King Jesus are involved, we cannot hut leel righteous indignation.” 4. The Rev. J. H. Jowett, M.A. : —“We don’t need a Saviour who merely stands on some great (summit crying, 'Excelsior ?’ I need a Saviour who will come down to the base of the mount and lay hold of me there. 5. Dr. C. Morgan : —“I hold that Mr Campbell's interpretation of Christianity is diametrically opposed to the teaching of the New Testament. ’ ’ 6. The Rev. J. Watts-Ditchfield : “Believe Mr Campbell, and hope for the fallen in this life is gone.” 7. Dr. Quines® Rogers ; —“lf that be Congregationalism, I am not a Con gr ega ti o nal i st. ” 8. Mr Hepry Varley J The honourable course would have been for Wr Campbell to resign his position and take independent and neutral ground for the advocacy of his ‘new theology.’ ”

9. The Rev. Stanley Rogers : "Since the exponents of these new doctrines have declared their beliefs, he had been challenged by a number of working men to prove in what respect these views differed from atheistic teachings of men outside the Church.” He confessed he had found it difficult to meet the challenge. The Rev. Dinsdale T. Young, when preaching in Weslej-’s Chapel, City Road, said ;—"There is fearful danger in false charity towards such unfaith. Ts •it charitable to be silent while the Gospel is being whittled down ? (‘Xo !’) There will be a great apostasy in this country yet, but the dreadful thing is that you have the apostasy in the pulpit. Let them call us narrow. We believe in the sinfulness of sin—(applause)!—in the iniallibifity of the Word of God — (loud applause)—in the Divinity of Jesus Christ—cries of ‘Yes !’) —and we believe that the death of Christ is the one ground of salvation.” (Loud and krolonged applause).

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SUNDAY AT HOME., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 2, 13 April 1907

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SUNDAY AT HOME. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 2, 13 April 1907

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