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The Rich Man and Lazarus

Author: Arthur Macarthur
Publisher: Nisbet and Co.
Publish Date: 1886

A timely piece of exposition. Now that the moderns are unsettling the very foundations of society by questioning the just punishment of sin, a man needs to be a brave spirit to bring down their bitter assaults upon himself. Mr. Macarthur does not fear the anger of the Salvator Mundi school, but deals, faithfully with the whole band of apologists for sin. The little treatise costs eighteen pence. Now that Purgatory has become the new idol of the advanced school it is well that here and there a brother is prepared to speak out against their idle dream.