do: it reaches the soul, it raises the temperature and lets in light.
The danger of denunciation lies in the temptation to use denunciation as a method of reform.
The spontaneous cry of pity ought never to be transformed into a lash; nor should the flames of righteous indignation be exploited politically, and used to cook up reform.
There is nothing of this kind in the New Testament, but there was a good deal of it in Anti-slavery history.
made a method of personal vilification; he would cover the wicked with “thick infamy.”
He was a gadfly and a fury in his own conception.
His utterances are not always, like Christ
's, lyrical utterances; they are calculated attacks.
This is hardly a matter, however, upon which one can make a general statement that will cover all cases.
The particular thing uttered by Garrison
must, in each case, be considered by itself.
There are moments when Garrison
His faith is perfect.
In reviewing the first year of the Liberator's
activity, he wrote:
Last year I felt as if I were fighting single-handed against the great enemy; now I see around me a host of valiant warriors, armed with weapons of an immortal temper, whom nothing can daunt, and who