The writer who said, "Consistency is a paste jewel that only cheap men cherish," turned a neat counterphrase on a well-known saying, but he did so at the expense of a truism, a truism which has been expressed endlessly, but never more powerfully than in Paul's "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and for ever" ( Hebr. 13:8 ).
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