J.C. Ryle

J. C. Ryle on ignorance of the faith

I fear that thousands of men and women can render no reason of their faith and practice. They do not know why they believe, or what they believe, or why they do what they do. Like children, they are tossed to and from by every wind of doctrine, and are liable to be led astray by the first clever heretic who meets them. In a day like this let us try to get hold of some distinct notions about Christian worship.

J. C. Ryle in Knots Untied