November 19, 2002
|A True Story in Allegory | Lottie L. Jarvis, 1920||Compromise|
Many times had the Apostasy family tried to destroy that most annoying trumpet, but... they had never been able to do aught but, for a season, to in some way deceive the trumpeters, for a short time, into the idea that it was no longer necessary.
October 1, 2009
|Lift Up a Standard | Robert L. Berry, 1914||Compromise|
I have never depended on my conscience regarding right and wrong. It has been too serious a matter to my soul, and whenever I have lacked wisdom, on any subject, I knew God had it for me, and was ready to impart it, if I was submissive enough to be taught.
February 1, 2003
|Remove Not the Ancient Landmarks | Ostis B. Wilson, Jr.||Compromise|
There has been a great cry... for liberty of conscience. But let us realize that this tendency generally runs into a liberal conscience, and there is a vast difference between a liberal conscience and liberty of conscience.
December 1, 2009
|There Shall Come a Falling Away | Mark P. Spinks, 1997||Compromise|
Surely it is worthwhile to carefully review all the evidence that can be accumulated about these spiritual disasters.... God is able to open the eyes of our understanding that we may avoid the same errors where others have made shipwreck.