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SCEPTICISM CREDULITY:

Socinianism

IRRECONCILABLE WITH REASON,
AND THE SIMPLICITY OF THE GOSPEL.

BEING

AN ATTEMPT

TO SHEW THAT

THE SCEPTIC
Does in truth admit much greater improbabilities than he who believes in

THE TRUTH OF HOLY WRIT ;

AND THAT

THE SOCINIAN,
If he expect future Happiness on any other ground than that of

REPENTANCE,
Through an Atonement,

IXPECTS SOMETHING

Contrary to all Probability, Agalogy, the Light of Nature, and

the Promises of the Gospel.

TO WHICH IS ADDID,

AN EXHORTATION

To all who believe

The pure Doctrines of Christianity,

To Zeal, and Consistency in their Conduct ; to let their Professions

and Practice agree.

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All are but Parts of one stupendous Whole."

Essay on Man.

" In carrying on a plan by which forgiveness was to be dispensed to an offending race, wisdom
" required that the authority of the Legislator should be fully preserved, and no such relaxation be
• introduced into government, as might give license or encouragement to offenders."

Blair, Sert 20. vol. iv. Page 43a.

Birmingham,
Printed and Sold by W. SUPFIELD, Bull-Street :
Sold also by L. B. SIELLY, FlecteStreet, London ; and may be had from

all other Booksellers throughout the Kingdom.

1814.

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DEDICATION.

To a Gentleman, as much above all praise, as he is indisposed to court, or the writer of this dedication to lavish it;

To WILLIAM WILBERFORCE, Esq.,

pious without profession ; benevolent without ostentation; the zealous, and sincere, but discreet, and unboasting advocate, of natural, civil, and religious liberty; the following pages are (without permission) respectfully inscribed, by

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