In one of the dark chapters of church history, John Huss, the Christ-centered preacher from Bohemia, was brought up on charges of heresy before a church tribunal. He was promised safe passage to and from the inquiry, but when he arrived in good faith, he was arrested and thrown into a filthy prison, shackled with heavy leg-irons, and chained to the wall. All pleas on his behalf by his friends were ignored. He was willing to be corrected with arguments from the Word of God, but his accusers would not debate the issues.
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Cannibalism? by David O. Bales John 6:56-69
“What’s with Rufus?” Longinus asked. “Makes sense he wants to dash to the village every moment he’s off duty, but when I ask him if he wants to go trolling the streets with me, he says ‘no.’ He always used to.”
According to the story, once when the great Greek mathematician Euclid was teaching a king about geometry his pupil complained because the subject was hard. Wasn’t there an easier path to knowledge? Euclid informed the king that there is no royal road to learning.