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McDonald talks of the different interpretations given to different things in the Bible. He does not consider skepticism a sin, but a misfortune. Everyone wants to know the truth. The temperance cause continues. McDonald thinks that everyone who is a friend of morality and social order should lend a helping hand to overthrow the King Alcohol. Abstract Number - 1161
Temperance Letters; General Ministry
McDonald, John, "Letter from John McDonald to James B. Finley" (1842). Finley Letters. 1144.