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CHAPTER V: CHRISTIANITY, NO FABLE
BY REV. THOMAS WHITELAW, M. A., D. D., KILMARNOCK, SCOTLAND
I. The first mark of the truthfulness of Christianity is to be found in
ITS SUPREME EXCELLENCE
as a Religious System. The unapproachable beauty and resistless charm of its conception, and the unique character of the means by which it seeks to carry out its aims, are not reconcilable with the notion of Fable.
If, however, notwithstanding, Christianity is a Fable, then it is the Divinest Fable ever clothed in human speech. Nothing like it can be found in the literature of the world. Paul only spoke the unvarnished truth when he declared that eye had not seen nor ear heard, neither had the mind of man conceived the things which God had revealed to men in the Gospel. Read more about Christianity, No Fable