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March 14, 2007


Ken Roxburgh

On 'wading' my way through several editions of the British Weekly it struck me that no other individual received two, 2 page articles at the time of his death than Denney. The first, by the editor and the second by James Moffatt. For William Robinson Nicoll, he could not remember a single occasion when Denney "acted below his high ideals" and for Moffatt his emphasis on the atonement meant that Denney "lived to make that faith in the unwithering grace of God real and near and dear to" [men] sic people.

I love that thought of the 'unwithering grace of God.'

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