Philip Doddridge on Art
“Unveil every dishonest art. Disgrace, as well as defeat, the wretch that makes his distinguished abilities the disguise or protection of the wickedness which he ought rather to endeavor to expose, and to drive out of the world with abhorrence.”
Philip Doddridge, The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul, p. 290.
Philip Doddridge (1702-1751), the last of twenty children, was from a long line of British nonconformists. Doddridge was a pastor and educator and also a prolific writer, writing books and over 400 hymns, the best known being O Happy Day, and Grace! T …