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Dragons not on manly radar", or "the only true gods of the world" have become popular phrases among modern Christians. And it is a nice thing to have that sort of argument in Christianity.

But what makes my post appealing is the sheer volume of quotes from Christian teachers on all kinds of matters that they know or suspect can lead to bad outcomes. These quotations are usually from books written by influential people with no professional training or experience, but I will offer a few here because they are interesting and I hope they stimulate your interest. (You should also visit my excellent website, The New World Bible Encyclopedia, where my books on the New Testament are included in hundreds of new sources of Biblical knowledge.) Here, for example, is a short list of quotations from the best respected theologians of recent years:

E.E. Cummings, Jr., L.J. Wilson & B.A. Shively, "Worship in the Christian Church", The New Testament Quarterly, vol. 1, no.1, Fall 1977.

G.A. Tisdale, "Doctrinal Theology", in C.G.B. Wilson, ed., E.D. Cummings' God and Man, vol. 1, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1991, p. 1, page 4 (p. 6-7, 7, 8).

J.T. Kirkpatrick, "On Christian Love and Christian Worship", in D.G.T. Wilson & A.G.B. Smith, eds., The Christian Theology of the Reformation, San Antonio, UT: University of Texas Press, 1990, p. 1, p. 14 (p. 19-20, 19-20, 21-24, 25-27, 37-39, 42).

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