The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 53
Where Others Worshipped, He Wept and Scorned
Where Others Worshipped, He Wept and Scorned.
He knew that across the open Bible lay the sword of war; and so, where others worshipped, he looked with scorn and wept. And so it has been through all the ages gone.
The doubter, the investigator, the infidel have been the saviours of liberty. The truth is beginning to be realised, and the truly intellectual are honouring the brave thinkers of the past.
But the Church is as unforgiving as ever, and still wonders why an infidel should be wicked enough to endeavour to destroy her power. I will tell the Church