In your simple, straightforward, bigoted way, Bessie, you’ve sounded the missing keynote of the whole New Testament.
If God had wanted somebody with St. Francis’s consistently winning personality for the job in the New Testament, he’d’ve picked him, you can be sure.
I don’t know if you remember, but I remember a time around here, buddy, when you were going through a little apostasy from the New Testament that could be heard for miles around.
The part that stumps me, really stumps me, is that I can’t see why anybody—unless he was a child, or an angel, or a lucky simpleton like the pilgrim—would even want to say the prayer to a Jesus who was the least bit different from the way he looks and sounds in the New Testament.
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The dominant message of the New Testament is to love.
She describes herself as a "New Testament Christian" who doesn’t know much about the Old Testament.