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This volume is intended to exemplify the mode in -
A scheme of purely secular education is truly separated from one of religious character by a gulf; but how deep soever that chasm may be, it will be crossed by one stride, if the principle of religious government be abandoned.
Parliament has repealed religious tests, and repudiated the idea on which they depend, — that the law
has any authority over conscience. The legislature can, therefore, only support the religious character of the