Saturday, 6 January 2007

quote on judges

Usually when bits are underlined in books you've bought second-hand, you read the bits and wonder why anyone thought they were worth underlining. This, from my Tyndale commentary on Judges by Arthur Cundall (p67), I can see the point of: 'Joshua, and true men of God of all the ages, are the salt of the earth, staying corruption and ensuring purity. But each generation must enter into its own living religious experience; it cannot continue in the spiritual strength of its past heroes.'

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