“The origin of errors” by J.C. Ryle

“Dim or indistinct views of sin are the origin of most of the errors, heresies and false doctrines of the present day. If a man does not realize the dangerous nature of his soul’s disease, you cannot wonder if he is content with false or imperfect remedies. I believe that one of the chief wants of the contemporary church has been, and is, clearer, fuller teaching about sin.”

–John Charles Ryle, Holiness (Moscow, Idaho: Charles Nolan, 2002), 1.

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