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AS GATHERED FROM THE LIFE OF CHRIST;
POPULAR AND FAMILY INSTRUCTION.
Jülith an Appendir
REV. HENRY HUGHES, M.A.
OF TRINITY COLLEGE, OXFORD,
J. G. & F. RIVINGTON, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD;
AND J. H. PARKER, OXFORD.
THE RIGHT REVEREND
HERBERT LORD BISHOP OF PETERBOROUGH,
WHOSE PROFOUND LEARNING
EMPLOYED IN THE CAUSE OF SOUND RELIGION AND VIRTUE,
SO OFTEN SUCCESSFUL
IN EXPOSING ERROR AND ESTABLISHING TRUTH,
The following Lectures
BY HIS LORDSHIP'S KIND PERMISSION,
MOST RESPECTFULLY AND MOST GRATEFULLY INSCRIBED.
This book is not written for Socinians or for any other class of those who call themselves, by way of distinction, Unitarians, for the argument pre-supposes the divinity of Christ, his distinct personality, and the union in his person of the two natures, divine and human, along with the necessity of an atoning sacrifice. Still, however, if such men should condescend to take it in hand, the reasonableness of the scheme proposed might act reversely on their primary errors, and they might perchance be made to perceive that that which the argument, if it be any thing, will not allow them to deny, necessarily implies that which they bave hitherto been contented to disbelieve.
Those who receive the Gospel as it is, and as the meaning of the word imports, a