I find that it is much more for most men’s good and edification, to converse with them only in that way of godliness which all are agreed in … and to tell them of little more of your knowledge than what you find them willing to receive from you as mere learners; and therefore to stay till they crave information of you. We mistake men’s diseases, when we think there needeth nothing to cure them of their errors but the evidence of truth. Alas! there are many distempers of mind to be removed before they receive that evidence.