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  • Main writer Lester Dent described Doc Savage as manifesting “Christliness.”

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  • My plea is for that type of Christianity, so pure as to be above reproach and question and so genuinely human as to enjoy the wit and humor and even the frivolities of life, its Christliness lifting its pleasures out of the mists of evil into which we have permitted the devil to drag them, and placing them side by side with the more serious considerations of our life work.

    The Fight for the Argonne Personal Experiences of a 'Y' Man

  • That school girl, whose home duties crowd her time so; that keen-minded student working for honors amid strong competition; these society young people; these all need, above all else, this promised power that in, and through, and around and above all of their lives may be a wholesomely sweet, earnest Christliness, pervading the life even as the odor of flowers pervades a room.

    Quiet Talks on Power

  • Are not self-indulgence and self-assertion temptations to which we are ever exposed, and to which we constantly give way, without even a thought of the un-Christliness of such conduct?

    A Ribband of Blue And Other Bible Studies

  • May it not be expressed by one word -- Christliness?

    A Ribband of Blue And Other Bible Studies

  • May we unloose the latchets of his Christliness, inherit his legacy of love, and reach the fruition of his promise: "If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."

    Retrospection and Introspection

  • There should be no blot on the escutcheon of our Christliness when we offer our gift upon the altar.

    Retrospection and Introspection

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