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“FAITH AND THE FAITH.’’
By T. T. Eaton, D.D., LL.D.
This is a new book, fresh from the press, and is receiving the heartiest
endorsement from Noah K. Davis, Henry G. Weston, B. H. Carroll, Theodore
L. Cuyler, Prof. Albert H. Newman, J. M. Frost and many other wise and be
We have read the book twice and are charmed with the straight-forward,
clear-cut vigorous style in which the thoughts of the author are put. Dr.
Eaton makes a most heroic stand for “Old Time Religion,” as against the
innovations of higher critics and all others who in any wise give evidence
of departure from the “old paths.”
Dr. Carroll says, “the book hits like lightning and need not hit again.”
This is a feature of the production, and one which perhaps is to be regretted.
The author seems to charge that those who belong to what may be termed the
“new school” theologians, say hard things against the time-honored teachings
of the orthodox, and he seems to come back in the spirit of the man who says,
“you are another.” The spirit of persuasion is better than the spirit which
moves to harsh speech. Paul was a great logician, but he was also a great
persuader of men who were out of the way.
On pages 49, 50 and 51, Gamaliel’s speech, is presented and both Gam
aliel and his speech are minimized. Many discriminating, thoughtful and
pious readers of the Bible will not agree with Dr. Eaton as to his utterances
here. The Doctor asserts that the speech “has done great harm.” Many
good things put out of relation do harm. Good speeches, seasonably applied
as Gamaliel’s was, do good. Dr. Eaton seems to teach that Saul of Tarsus,
as a young Pharisee, was approved by God, and regenerated on his way to
Damascus, although he was “breathing out threatenings and slaughter,” be
cause he was “ epi-agonizing for what seemed to him—Saul—to be right.
From this it would appear that any man’‘s course, no matter how erroneous,
will commend him to God, if he is downright in earnest—sufficiently in earnest
to epi-agonize. To epi-agonize is a good thing provided it is for the truth,
Now the “Old Time Religion” is what we all ought to “epi-agonize”
for, but whose “Old Time Religion?” Ah! that’s the question, at least one
of them, in the present day. “We are to ‘epi-agonize’ against error,” says
Dr. Eaton; but whose error? The “epi-agonizers ,” as a class, have been
martyrs, and we owe them a debt for their testimony in the flames, that we
will never be able to pay. However, some of these “epi-agonizers” have
been in power sometimes, and have not hesitated to burn the heretics. Paul
epi-agonized too much when he consented to the death of Stephen. John
Calvin did some flaming epi-agonizing when he burnt Servetus. We love Dr.
Eaton, and are proud of him for several reasons, but we warn him not to
make too much out of his “epi-agonize.” There ought to be no epi-agonizing
unless we know the truth first.
Dr. Eaton s book deserves a place in every religious library in the
land. It ought to have a wide reading; and all this can be said of some
other books now coming from the press, where the authors are pious men and
who doubtless love the truth, and no doubt are just as sincere as our gifted
Brother Eaton—although they do not think as he does.
We commend this book, and would advise that it be carefully read by
all lovers of truth. There is not a tame sentence nor a dull thought in it.
It contains much truth. That feature in it that is so well suited to in
spire the spirit of martyrdom is most timely and worthy of all accepta
We commend other good books, too, written by authors who do not see
exactly as Dr. Eaton does. Dr. Eaton writes as though everything was set
tled. Other authors do not so teach. Who is right about it? This is an
age of enquiry. Let the enquirers do their work. We “draw the line” on
no man’s right to investigate as long as he is sincere. Insincerity ought to be
the only bar to enquiry and investigation. If a man is sincere, give him a
pen and a platform, too; give him plenty of room. These are his rights. If
he puts forth error, he and his erors must come to naught. If he presents
truth—though it may be in new dress, he proves himself a benefactor and
is entitled to praise.
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