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The Improvement Of The Mind
Isaac Watts, Joseph Emerson
Brewer and Tileston, 1833
Education; Logic; Self-culture
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Fuzzy thinking is one of the great sins of our age. Christians who seek a return to the clear-mindedness which characterized the church of previous generations will certainly welcome the return of this great text. The clear devotion of Watts' hymns came from a clear mind--and that was no accident.
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