Chapter 1 Three Days in the Temple

If such a boy was not easily intimidated, and persisted in his intention and request, more for pretending before the people than for sake of any deeper truth, he was put aside for the time being, and had to wait until a certain hour in the evening for an illuminating answer to such critical questions; then only was he granted a special hearing. – Three Days in the Temple, Chapter 1, Paragraph 13

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