Quotemeal: Feb. 28th, 2006

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

"One of Satan's ploys to retard spiritual productivity is getting Christians preoccupied with humanistic philosophy and other bankrupt substitutes for God's truth."
— John MacArthur

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Illustration of John MacArthur — "One of Satan's ploys to retard spiritual productivity is getting Christians preoccupied with humanistic philosophy and other bankrupt substitutes for God's truth."

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