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of

RELIGION.

/

ther

Way,

but becaufe they know this

is the alone Way of

Truth~

to \vhich

.

they ~

dare trufl:

their

I1nn1ortal

Souls.

2.

That

for

this

E11d

the fupream Truths

of Religion be

ref)refented· with that

Certainty

of

Evidence, and

Detnonftra-

,

~

• tion, as both

fuch great

and niarvellous · ·.

rfhings do require

1

and the Ten1per of

/

fuch ,a ·gain-faying Age

now /

calls .

for;

and to have this preffed

n1ore

on

Mens

J udgment and Confcience,

that the

· '

J

hings of God,

\vhich are.o'f the

higheft·

·

Confequence, ·ReaHty and Subflance,

can

have

no ·

poffiple

Receptio11

by

any

in1·

plicite or ·probable Belief thereof,

t1or

-–

can

admit

any

Pretence

~or

the fatne,

when

the.Lo

R D

bath"given filch Kind of

Proofs and

Evidence,

as

leaves

Mens

Darknefs·herein)

without

any

Shadow of

Excufe. . · .

- .

.

·

II

·THAT

·it

peculiarly belongs

to

the

Catecpetic~-1l

Work

of

Religion,

to

take

fotne Account

of

,the

tneau'eft

Profeffors

thereof,

and 'vith a

fpecial

Refpect

to the

Youth;

ol

their

FaJth

'of

Aj[ent

to the

-

Doctrine

of CHRIsT ,

on

what

Grounds

and

Certainty, of

Evidence this

is

found·

ed, and for

t

beir inftrucl:ing therein, as

,well as in the

general Principle-s.

of

~eli. ·

/

gton;

/