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'

~ of RELIGIOi'l~

;

n1nnion

with him, the

Joy

arid

Gorn·

forts of the

H··O

L

y GHosT, vthen \ve

are under

fuch

Pre!fures of 'Trouble as

are above the Support of Nature.

I

I

I.

THAT

the furt heft

Account,

why

1noft~

go

under the

N~une

of

Ghrijlia1ls_,

rather than of

any

qther Fonn, can rife no

higher than

Cufto1n

and

Education,

that .;

it

did befpfak

··t

he1n -frotn

their Birth,

and \vas the Rengion

of their Ar1ceftors

1

yea,

becutne

in

Jhat Manner

natu1~al

to

thetn, as

the

Cufto ~11 S

and Lant5"Jage

of

theit Country.

\\"hit.:h are Grounds that

would detennin_e to the

very

oppofite

Profeffion, 1f they were

ftated under

~

"the fatne

Circumftances,

and 'hacl

the

fame

l\1otives to be

Mapometans;

fince /

it

is fure thefe can

found

no ·other

.Af-

'

.

...

I

.

.

.

'

/

·· fent, than is

fuitable

to

the

Na'ture

and

Strength thereof.

_ .

IV. 1,

HAT,

thu$

it

i~

p'lain; the moll:

numerous Part

of

vifible

Profe:flors,

are

deftitute of

any

Defence 'from

intern~!

.~

-Motives, and folid Conviction

o.f

the

1'ruth

they profefs, upon its own Evi-

dence; and

there

was

never

tnore

Caufe

-

to fear fon1e

unuf~al

Apofl:acy

fron1

the

very vifible

ProfeHion

of

CH

R1sT,

upon

any

violent Trial

and

A(Tault this

Way.

. _

A

.2

,

When

...

..

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