He that is altogether a Christian is universal in his obedience: he doth not obey one command and neglect another; do one duty and cast off another. But he hath respect to all the commands; he endeavors to leave every sin and love every duty. The almost Christian fails in this; his obedience is partial and piecemeal. If he obey one command, he breaks another. The duties that least cross his lust he is much in, but those that do, he lays aside.
— Matthew Mead (c. 1630 – 1699)
Almost Christian Discovered