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February 08, 2012


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Interesting findings, David. I especially like James White's words on how to handle the differences: "We respect conscientious men and women wherever they may be found, and while we may think that their consciences are unnecessarily tender upon the matter of introducing the organ into church worship, we would treat them with great respect, and would be very careful not to wound them unnecessarily."

Wisdom for today!

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