Author: Havner, Vance
Genre: Theology - General
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Tags: Doctrine / Theology, Values / Manners / Morals

This 1964 book is probably more relevant today than when Havner wrote it.  Though he would be counted irrelevant today as would many of his contemporaries, he speaks as the voice of a gray hero to us.

“A worried airplane passenger asked a calm fellow traveler, ‘Are you a Christian Scientist?’  ‘No,’ was the reply, ‘just a Christian.’  One never needs to be a Christian plus.  It is never Christ and, and it is never a Christian and. One is Christian or anti-Christian.  You do not have to add anything to a Christian, for everything that goes with it is included in that good word.”

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