“They will be on the sunny side wheresoever it is. Cunning heads and corrupt hearts will serve their own turns by all varieties of times. If they were in Diocletian’s time, they could be pagans; if in Constantine’s, Christians; if in Constantius’s, Arians; if in Julian’s, apostates; if in Jovian’s Christians again, and this within less than the age of a man” (Burroughs, Irenicum, p. 334).
Have 'Em Delivered
Write to the Editor