The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 37
Man as God has made him is the most perfect of God's works. I do not believe that God requires that a man be just without giving him the faculty of being so. "Why, even of yourselves know ye not that which is just," says Christ. Man is above his own conception. Men as they actually exist are to be found in their habits, their passions, and their recollections. The other part, which is the man himself, is as if it did not exist.