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Rev. John B. Nettleship, B.A., B.D. in The Expository Times Edinburgh, Scotland

When a man presumes to talk about religion, whether publicly or privately, we have every right to demand his credentials, to know his authority. I do not mean that he must be a trained theologian, or be well versed in Greek and Hebrew. What I do mean is that the only man who has a right to be heard when he passes opinions about God is the man who has had an experience of God.

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