God Doesnt Write with a Pen: A True Story of Undaunted Faith and Mighty Miracles
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That doesn't mean that you shouldn't read it. You should. It just means that it's not great literature.
This story should be told and it should be read. The story is inspiring and I marvel at the things that happen in it. The Red Sea parted? Well, but a strong East wind blew all night. Stilling the storm, and healing Peter's wife's mother? Every storm is stilled if let alone; and a fever will burn out, often without occasioning death. The miraculous draught of fishes, and the stater in the fish's mouth? Now, two remarks present themselves on this kind of handling, which may be worth stating.
It is worse than absurd to explain away part of a miracle, with a view to getting rid of the whole of it: as if the essence of the miracle were not sure to reside in the residuum, -- in the very part which is left unaccounted for!
While you leave the chiefest miracles of the Gospel untouched, you may not flatter yourself that you have got at the kernel of the matter; or indeed that the real question at issue has been touched by you, at all. There remains to notice one subtle and most treacherous method of dealing with the marvels of Scripture, -- moral and physical alike, -- to which I desire in conclusion to direct your special attention; and which I would brand with burning words if I had them at command. I allude to what is called "Ideology," -- the plain English for which term is, a denial of the historical reality of Scripture.
I will not waste time with inquiring whether this method is old or new. It is certainly much in fashion; and it is certainly finding advocates in high quarters. I therefore make no apology for introducing the monstrous thing to your notice. It requires, I should hope, only to be understood, to be rejected with unqualified indignation. You and I, then, have been taught to believe that "the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us," in the way St.
Matthew and St. Luke describe: that our Lord was Baptized and Tempted of Satan; that He wrought Miracles, -- casting out Devils, and even raising the Dead; that He was Transfigured on a mountain; that He was Crucified, died, and was buried; that He rose again the Third Day, ascended into Heaven, and at last, as on this day, sent down the Paraclete to dwell with His Church for ever. All this, I say, you and I, -- with the whole Church Catholic for years, -- have been taught to believe as plain historical truths, mere matters of fact; past telling wonderful indeed, but yet as historically true, as that I am standing here and you are sitting yonder, -- neither more nor less.
But you are to understand that we, and all mankind with us, have been under a very curious delusion on this head.
We are assured that every one of these things, or at least that some of them, are only ideologically true: that historically, they are false. In plain language, we are requested to believe that they never occurred at all.
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It is only a lively way of putting it, -- no more! You will inevitably suppose that I must be trifling with you: I therefore proceed to give you a sample of this kind of teaching. A living dignitary of our Church writes as follows concerning the Transfiguration of Christ. Was it an effect produced within on the minds of the Apostles; or was it that an actual external change came for the time over the person of our Lord? We cannot say. Quite evident is it that the same suggestion is just as applicable to our Lord's Birth, or to His Death; to His Temptation, or to His Resurrection, But to see whither all this tends, and what it really means, you must have recourse to the pages of a more advanced proficient in the Science of Ideology.
He admits that its "application to the interpretation of Scripture, to the doctrines of Christianity, to the formularies of the Church, may undoubtedly be pushed so far as to leave in the sacred records no historical residue whatever. An example of the critical ideology carried to excess," he says, "resolves into an ideal" the whole of our Lord's Life and Doctrine; and "substitutes a mere shadow for the Jesus of the Evangelists. So, our Saviour, he says, " is none the less the Son of David, in idea and spiritually, even if it be unproved whether He were so in historic fact.
Why not say plainly, "however untrustworthy we may account the narrative to be?
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Thus, a recent Apologist for the very writer I have been quoting, -- after surrendering the beginning of Genesis as "parabolic," that is, not historically true, is yet so obliging as to contend that "there still remain events" in Scripture, -- our Lord's Resurrection to wit, -- "in which the garb of flesh," -- pray mark the phraseology I -- "in which the garb of flesh seems to be so indispensable a vehicle for the spirit within, that we can hardly conceive how the one could have sustained itself in the world, unless it had been from the beginning allied to the other .
I will not insult the understanding of those who hear me so grossly as to suppose that dreams like these, -- and really they are no more! Such desperate shifts to elude the meaning of plain words, as the whole theory of Ideology discloses, would be even ludicrous, if the subject-matter were not so very sacred and solemn.