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A Check to Infidelity: Or, A Demonstration that the Christian Religion is as Worthy of the ...

by Joseph Sutcliffe

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Published by Printed at the Gazette -Office by W. Sheardown .
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The advantage and necessity of the Christian revelation, shewn from the state of religion in the ancient heathen world: especially with respect to the knowledge and worship of the one true God: a rule of moral duty: and a state of future rewards and punishments: to which is prefixed, a preliminary discourse on natural and revealed religion. The proud title indicates the pretentious and radical character of the book. It was chosen, probably, with reference to Calvin’s, Institution of the Christian Religion." .

With the consent of the Chair, I wish to spend a little time in miscellaneous remarks and readings. First: Christian Friends and fellow-citizens, you will ask of me an apology for bringing into public discussion the evidences of the Christian Religion. Christians are required to be always ready to give a reason for their " . No religion worthy of its name can exist on this basis. It contradicts the very notion of religious faith, which always comes with the claim of truth. July 1,

Christian cheerfulness is widely different from worldly and unhallowed mirth.(2) You may forfeit your Christian character by a haughty, high-minded disposition. There is no evil in the world so hostile to religion as pride.(3) You may forfeit your Christian character by your tongue.(4) This may be done by neglecting your relative duties. 3. The Jews' religion forbade them to meddle any more than needs must with graves and dead bodies. to prove the contested truth of Christ's resurrection and long argument drawn up for the demonstration of it; but, being a divine history, the penmen write with a noble security, relating what amounted to a competent proof, sufficient to convince.


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