Hodge - reading: 12/26/2006

Man was made in the image of God, and he reveals his parentage as unmistakably as any class of inferior animals reveal the source from which they sprung. If a horse is born of a horse, the immortal spirit of man, instinct with its moral and religious convictions and aspirations, must be the offspring of the Father of Spirits. This is the argument which Paul on Mars' Hill addressed to the cavilling philosophers of Athens. (v I. p 22)

With Protestants, the Bible is the only infallible source of knowledge of divine things. (v I. p 33)

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