If an offense come out of the truth, better is it that the offense come than that the truth be concealed.
What woman, indeed, among the most faithful adherents of the truth, believes the promises and threats of the Word in the sense in which she believes in her own children, or would not throw her theology to the wind if weighed against their happiness?
O memory, where is now my youth,
Who used to say that life was truth?
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