Sometimes while I’m reading a book I will highlight quotes that I want to share on this blog. Recently, I noted three particular passages that just had to be highlighted and I earmarked today as the day I would type them out.
Then, late last week, Paul Davies wrote a post which quoted the exact three passages that I had been planning to use today. So, I’m going to save myself the bother of typing them out and suggest that you go over to his blog to read them and to find out where they come from.
To whet your appetite, here is one of the three passages:
Missionary societies as we know them today, are in no sense a necessary part of the existence of the church; they are simply temporary expedient for the performance of certain functions that could be performed in entirely different ways.