On the Moral Life of Benjamin Franklin

Patrick Schreiner has posted an interesting excerpt from Walter Isaacson’s biography of Franklin.  The irony at the end is fascinating, and Schreiner points it out, that Franklin would erase his faults, though of course they still stood, all the while neglecting the One who could erase his sins forever.

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