Eight Discourses on the Connection Between the Old and New Testament Considered as Two Parts of the Same Divine Revelation: And Demonstrative of the Great Doctrine of Atonement (Classic Reprint)
The seventeenth century bore witness to such a rapid progress of the human understanding, as no preceding age had experienced. Human reason, by a more than ordinary exertion: seemed desirous bf redeeming the time she had lost. The. Science of divinity could not fail to reap advantage from the increasing knowledge of an improving age: and was manifestly travelling back towards that state of pri mitive perfection, from which it had long. Since departed. But as evil sometimes arises out of good, so itmay be questioned, whether the same reasons which confess edly contributed to the revival and re establishment of true divinity, have not since proved instrumental to its corrup tion.
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