This looks like a wonderful forum. After lurking awhile I decided to join and take advantage of what seems a very knowledgeable and personable membership.
OK..my first question
I'm an avid reader of Andrew Murray's writings. I recently began a book of his called "The Master's indwelling. Because I've read so much of Murray's work I've believed I have a "sense" of how he thinks and writes. This book, however, seems a bit "touched up". I know that there is the "updated for the modern reader" thing that gets done to older writings...but this seems almost to be interjected with theological subtleties that have a different than Murray flavor....maybe it's just from a different period of his life than I'm acquainted with...I don't know.
I read a review once, of another Murray book..."Divine Healing" .... by someone who was railing against certain modern teachers whom he believed had freely altered the book to their own doctrinal bent. The reviewer sounded as if he knew that this sort of thing goes on.
My question in a nut shell: Does anyone know if this kind of licence is commonly taken with the classic/public domain literature?