When Good Men Differ 6 Part I Desmond Ford

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When Good Men Differ 6 Part I
by Desmond Ford

John Milton, author of “Paradise Lost,” was a theologian as well as an epic poet. He once affirmed that truth is like a virgin who has been cruelly hewed into innumerable pieces and scattered through the world and that, therefore, the search for truth in its wholeness is tedious and difficult. Much of the problem in seeking theological truth, however, arises from a source Milton did not mention – our poor, depraved, weak human nature which seeks to defend itself from insecurity by refusing new concepts which challenge and disturb. Evidence for this can be found in many areas apart from religion.

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