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hurtful in their consequences to all plain feelings of una , dulterated reason , and
singleness of heart : the thought also , that perhaps , could the interpretation of
these texts come to be settled either way , some portion of those heart - burnings
Now , Sir , you yourself must know , that those whom you here speak of , profess
not only to receive instructions from scripture , but to reject the doctrine you deem
' necessary ( to salvation , I suppose ) , for that very reason , because they ...
The writers of the old Unitarian Tracts , 4to . 1691 , & c . declared publicly that "
they would always prefer the infinite wisdom of God be . fore the fallible dictates
of human , or angelic reason : Rom . “ iii . 4. Let God be true , and every man a
... when men argue “ from plain and undeniable principles , which have an
immuta“ ble and unchangeable nature , and so can bear the stress and “ weight
of a just consequence , this is carnal reason ; ' but when men argue from fancies
For the most part they reason closely and clearly , with extraordinary guard and
caution , with great dexterity and decency , and yet with “ smartness and subtilty
enough : ..... and with few hard “ words : virtues to be praised , wherever they are
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Related Subjects: Greek language, Biblical -- Article. | Sharp, Granville, -- 1735-1813. -- Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament.