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tience in this respect an supposed that he has wor nis own edification, becaus ied mind in such confusio ind in the old theologyhor has made of these acqu
in this volume. To see, inguished authors, on the ling against prelates, until d the combatants at length nee on the subject in quest
send some enlightened n the Trinity, the Atonem ristian Faith,—to see all t Is breaking up the old syste nent of the divine declar r. Clissold has rendered th ably advocates, and on this n every theological student ive perusal. How the arch
letter, and when he se v doctrinal subject
his own mind, we ink, be utter astonis and we trust he will be in only means of deliveranc isequent bondage.
uilding a new place of worst ollowing communication has to
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