John Charles Pollock

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    John Charles Pollock quote. Disgust at idols strengthened his love for idolaters, and the man who once held Gentile neighbors at a distance now listened to their problems, fears, and temptations

    Disgust at idols strengthened his love for idolaters, and the man who once held Gentile neighbors at a distance now listened to their problems, fears, and temptations

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    John Charles Pollock quote. In his late forties, an age when men settle to comforts and seek a firm base, Paul began his roughest travels

    In his late forties, an age when men settle to comforts and seek a firm base, Paul began his roughest travels

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    John Charles Pollock quote. Faith in Christ leaped from person to person like some divine epidemic, not of disease but of spiritual health

    Faith in Christ leaped from person to person like some divine epidemic, not of disease but of spiritual health

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    John Charles Pollock quote. Though blue sky and the road’s yellow dust and the green of the nearing oasis were all snuffed out, he (newly converted Saul) did not miss them. Light suffused his blinded eyes, his mind

    Though blue sky and the road’s yellow dust and the green of the nearing oasis were all snuffed out, he (newly converted Saul) did not miss them. Light suffused his blinded eyes, his mind

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    John Charles Pollock quote. His ally was the age-old, unending human search for truth and security. In the first century as the twenty first, some were devout, some superstitious, others were frankly materialistic, even though in that age they paid lip service to the gods. Others, contemptuous of religion, believed only in mankind. But at heart, when disguises were torn away and defenses broken, lay the same anxieties and hopes

    His ally was the age-old, unending human search for truth and security. In the first century as the twenty first, some were devout, some superstitious, others were frankly materialistic, even though in that age they paid lip service to the gods. Others, contemptuous of religion, believed only in mankind. But at heart, when disguises were torn away and defenses broken, lay the same anxieties and hopes

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