Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 7, The Scriptual Knowledge Institution Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, The Scriptual Knowledge Institution Summary and Analysis

In the beginning of 1834, Muller begins to feel led to start a mission's agency. At length, he justifies his decision not to join with an existing organization. In short, he feels the majority of the existing organization are corrupt, because the seek money from unbelievers and allow people who oppose their work to keep their records. In addition, Muller feels the Bible never commands modern men to reach every soul, but to reach as many as possible. A perfect society will only occur after the return of Jesus Christ.

Finally, Craik and Muller form The Scriptural Knowledge Institution for Home and Abroad. In their first public meeting, they lay the guidelines as only allowing believers to run the organization. They also promise never to seek money from secular sources, though such donations will...

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