Pyromaniacs quotes Charles Spurgeon in an appeal for mature Christians titled "Ripe Fruit," preached August 14, 1870: "We are assailed by all sorts of new doctrines. The old faith is attacked by so-called reformers, who would reform it all away. I expect to hear tidings of some new doctrine once a week. So often as the moon changes, some prophet or other is moved to propound a new theory, and believe me, he will contend more valiantly for his novelty than ever he did for the gospel."
Nothing changes much, does it?