“They would have us believe that all hearts will finally be moved and melted by the love of God. The tender love of Jesus to poor, fallen man, did not move and melt the hearts of all with whom he came into contact here. The proud, hard heart of Scribe and Pharisee grew all the harder when the light and warmth of His presence fell upon them — no melting there. Hereafter they go on sinning, and go on hardening, as we see in that very passage in Luke 13, in which Canon Farrar takes one of his texts. The Lord there says: ‘Depart from me, all ye workers of iniquity.’ – Lewis Miller
Contents of the Volume
- Eternal Punishment.
- Is the Bible the Word of God?
- The Scientific Method
- Nature and the Bible Two Volumes of The Same Book
- Facts first, then Theory
- Mr. Beecher’s Sermon
- The Mystery of Iniquity
- Canon Farrar’s Statements
- “Damnation”, “Hell”, and “Everlasting”
- More Denials of Eternal Punishment by Canon Farrar
- Is Future Punishment “Purifying” and “Corrective”?
- Lutheran Library edition first published: 2019-06-05
- Version 4 update: 2019-06-05
- Copyright: CC BY 4.0