This publication is a short extract from the fifteenth proposition of Robert Barclay’s “Apology for the True Christian Divinity,” showing how most common forms of entertainment and recreation do but stifle the soul’s longings after God, and serve only to draw men out from His fear, making them forget heaven, death, and judgment, while at the same time fostering lust, vanity, and carelessness.

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Considerations upon Recreation and Entertainment

Robert Barclay

Considerations upon Recreation and Entertainment

by: Robert Barclay

This publication is a short extract from the fifteenth proposition of Robert Barclay’s “Apology for the True Christian Divinity,” showing how most common forms of entertainment and recreation do but stifle the soul’s longings after God, and serve only to draw men out from His fear, making them forget heaven, death, and judgment, while at the same time fostering lust, vanity, and carelessness.

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