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21 pages (2007/1893); 157KB downloadWOWIO Books
; ISBN: WOWIO-00254
In this address, Scottish Evangelist Henry Drummond advises students of Harvard University to study the life and teachings of Jesus Christ as diligently as they do their secular studies. Like all study, understanding Christianity takes time, requires continual questioning and practice.
The reward is great, Drummond notes: "You remember the dinner that Charles Lamb gave to some literary men, and how they were discussing after dinner what their attitude would be if certain great figures of the past were to come into their dining room. After they had all spoken, Lamb said: "Well, it looks to me like this, that if Shakespeare entered the room I should rise up to greet him; but if Christ entered the room, I should kneel down and keep silent."