ONE OF THE OBJECTIVE FORMS
By "M.A. (OXON.)"
[Rev. William Stainton Moses 1840-1892]
A testimony is sufficient when it
1. A great number of sensible
witnesses, who agree on having seen clearly.
2. Who are sane, bodily and mentally.
3. Who are impartial and
4. Who unanimously agree.
5. Who solemnly certify to the fact.
"Never utter these words: 'I do not
therefore it is false.'"
"One must study to know, know to
understand to judge."