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f") Gen. xvi. 2. Ex. ii. 12, 15, 16, 17, 20. Lev, ii. 9, 19, 11, 13, 15.1 Sam, xiv. 24 —(0) Dial, contra Marcion, p 51.
ed on to the day of his death, and the poor child might have died as he
Secrion IV.-Lasily, If any man say I contradićt the doćtrine of the Church of England touching these points, he will condemn almost the
whole body of that Church, it being certain that after the restoration,
almost all the Rishops, and the great body of the Clergy, who were eminent for learning, were of my opinion concerning these Five Points, and still, I believe, are so. He therefore out of reverence both to the living and the dead, ought rather to affirm only that I expound some of her Article; otherwise than he would do, or thinks they ought to be expounded. It hath been usually said that the Church of England contrived her Articles in such a latitude as to leave place for men of contrary judg