The Sin Paradox,
Amicus Brief

The sequel to the controversial book

The Sin Paradox, the case against Adam, Eve, and theSerpent. 

Arm yourself like a man against the devil’s assaults. Curb your appetite and you will more easily curb every inclination of the flesh. Never be completely unoccupied, but read or write or pray or meditate or do something for the common good.

... Thomas à Kempis (1380-1471), Of the Imitation of Christ [1418],

Modern culture is a mighty force. It is either subservient to the gospel or else it is the deadliest enemy of the gospel. For making it subservient, religious emotion is not enough, intellectual labor is also necessary. And that labor is being neglected. The Church has turned to easier tasks. And now she is reaping the fruits of her indolence. Now she must battle for her life.

... J. Gresham Machen (1881-1937), The Princeton Theological Review, v. 11,

It is no great matter to associate with the good and gentle; for this is naturally pleasing to all, and everyone willingly enjoyeth peace, and loveth those best that agree with him.  But to be able to live peaceably with hard and perverse 
persons, or with the disorderly, or with such as go contrary to us, is a great grace, and a most commendable thing.     

 ... Thomas a Kempis (1380-1471)

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