Conversation in a Boat, between Two Seamen

Conversation in a Boat, between Two Seamen by Richard Marks.Conversation in a Boat, between Two Seamen

“The ‘Repulse’ was as noble a seventyfour (sailing ship), and the crew were as fine fellows, as ever swam salt water, or went into action.” Two of the sailors sat and talked—Harry Williams, who is a Christian, and Tom Brown, who does not understand religious ways. They discuss the questions: Is the Bible true? and How do we know? “Bad men could not write a book so plainly condemning all sin. Good men would not have deceived mankind by pretending that an invention of their own was a divine revelation.” Tom’s understands his sinful heart, and a need to be born again.

Paperback 4X6, 1 illustration, 78 pages, Amazon.com link, ISBN 9781946145024, Vintage Chapbook Series

 
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