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( 48 ) tween Difïenters in thofe points which both agree to be Fundamental, Atheiftical fpirits are apt to conclude, that probably thofe points, that both fides fuppofed to be of greater moment, are ejufdem farinte, with thofe in Conteft, lince they are not, nor cannot be profecuted with greater fervour, than thefe which all men take to be fmall and inconfiderable, and that it is Intereft, Vain- glory, and Applaufe, or fome other Temporal Concern, that gives this Fervour and Zeal in Matters of Religion, more than the true Concerns of it felf. The 'Conclufion therefore is, That men for their own fakes, and for the fake and honour of the Chriftian Religion, would ufe more Temperance, Prudence, and Moderation, in Con- tefts about Circumfiantials.