Manifestly faulty tastes…

To a certain extent it is proper that we should conform to the tastes of the age, for they frequently indicate its real wants, and always affect its reception of truth ; but when those tastes are manifestly faulty, we should earnestly endeavor to correct them.

J. A. Broadus, On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons

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