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[T. Rhondda Williams in The Christian World]

Christians have often spoken of the apostolic age as if the apostles had succeeded in adapting themselves to every age, so that their creeds and forms and institutions must be the model for all time. The apostles never made such pretensions as have since been made for them. Paul exhorted the Christians of his day to adapt themselves to the age in which they were living. Christians of every age must do the same. As the times change we can follow Paul's principles at times only by departing from his practices.

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