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A Madman nor an Impostor ;
A FEW OBSERVATIONS
ON THE POSSIBILITY OF HIS BEING
Τ Η Ε
PROPHET OF GOD.
ALSO SOME OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS ON THE PRESENT CIVIL AND
ECCLESIASTICAL GOVERNMENT OF ENGLAND),
HENRY FRANCIS OFFLEY,
LATE OF OXFORD.
8 Σημερον εαν της φωνης αυτο ακέσητε,
Μη σκληρυνητέ τας καρδιας υμων, ώε εν τω σαραπικρασμα,
Κατα την ημεραν σε σειρασμα εν τη ερημο
Εδοκιμασαν με, και ιδον τα εργα με.
Και ειπον· αει σλανωνται τη καρδια,
Αυτοι δε εκ εγνωσαν τας οδες με:
WOOD, No. 9, WORCESTER-STREET, OLD GRAVEL-
THOSE who are not able to believe and speak well of any book, ought, however, not to deny and blafpheme it. .
What they do not know and understand, they should leave to its own merits, as GAMaliel said, Acs v. 38, 39, “ And now I say unto you refrain from these men and let them alone, for if this council, or this work, · be of men, it will come to nought; but if it, be of God, ye cannot overthrow it, lest haply ye be found even to fight against God,” and the Author himself should be answer-, able for it. The writer of any Books of