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2

·

The

~cotifirJJz ing

ll

7

ork

·

than

that

utter Ejlrangem(!nt, 111ojl

are

~uzder,

_to·the t-rue Gro'unds ofFaith, and

. /

to

tk~fr J!t~zda111entitl

'lJijferences

betw~xt

Chrijltanzty, and e-very falfo

Way,

whtch

.

no

pretended ReligioJZ can lay clai1n io.

The Reafons ·of the

P.o

s

1T 1oN,

are

theie,

.

I.

THAT

it

is

too

vifibly

manifeft,

how

no Men in the

World

know

fo little

of

th~ir

own

Profeffion, of

~ny

hutnan

Art

or·· Science,- as

f

uch ,who bear

th'e

· , / Nan1e of

Chriflia;zs.

Or

are

fo

generally

Strangers

to

the

Truth

and

Fitmnefs

of

the Principles

thereof, for

maintaining

.either 'a due

Valuation?

or

1)owerful

~

Senfe

of

tl~e

fame

on

t~e1r

Soul ;

fo

that·

an · implieit and

trai/it:ional Pi·ofeffion is

the

only

Part and

Propriety

which

moft

can

clai111

in

the

Truth, ai1d

Doctrine

they

pr,ofef:,".

,

· -

·

. II.

rr

HAT

very·

rarely alfo is

any fe ..

rious,

p_erforlal

Eqquir.y and Trial,

if

there

be indeed

fuch

a

ThiQg, as an

Ex..

perfn·zentP~l

and oul-quickning

Religion

in

the Earth. That can

bear ·

the

Expence ·

of the

moft difrnal and affiifting

Titnes,

!'

'

and hafh

16 great .a

t~tnporal

Rev

ue,

a-8

Peace with G-OD,an

i1n~ediate b~n-.

lUUlllOD

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