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illustrated.1915 Excerpt: ... "Every Protestant preacher ought to
be able to read the signs of the times and to lift up his voice
like a trumpet in warning and instruction. "Either America must be
more decidedly Protestant or it will soon become a Catholic
country. "It is not sufficient to admire the courage which Luther
and his associates displayed in fighting the battles of the
Reformation. It is time for American Protestants to display the
same courage. "Other organizations may oppose the political
machinations of the Roman Catholic hierarchy, but it is the duty of
the Christian Protestant Church to proclaim and prove to the world
that the Church of Rome teaches a false gospel and that it has no
legitimate right to be recognized as a branch of the Christian
church. "Does that seem harsh and uncharitable? Understand what it
means. It does not mean that there are no Christians in the Church
of Borne. There are doubtless many. But they are Christians in
spite of the system and not on account of it. Those heathens who
live up to the light they have are accepted of God, but that does
not prove that heathenism is Christianity. "The success of the
Reformation was due to the fact that the reformers preached the
truth of the Gospel as their protest against the errors of Rome.
The power which attended the movement was the power of God
manifested through the living Word, the sword of the Spirit. "Human
philosophy and the higher criticism have robbed too many preachers
of this power. Their messages are too tame to arouse the people,
too weak to strengthen the people, and too vague to guide the
people. There needs to be a decided change. "For nearly eight
centuries there has been an uninterrupted line of interpretation of
the Scriptures which has made it clear that the Pope of Rome is the
man of ...
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