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The Deists Complaint against Christianity for mt recommending .^particular 'Friendship, inconsistent with ibtir own Principle of Benevolenie \" 67 Reference lo the End stx'd by the IVdl of God, is -ibt Standard to the Agent both of the Reasonableness, d\md Morality of bis Actions •».' - 70 And the Criterion of the fnoral Taste, Fimess, Relation, Truth, Beauty, Goodness, Obligation, •'v-Approbatiaira.ftvi' J-4 The Will of God rightly understood in fixing the End of the Action, and likewise the Me-ans to that End, .'is the trueOriginof Morality and Obligation 77 Regard to private Good and our Concern in future . Rewards and Punishments gives God his Authority over us, in his Laws, .".! JLl
Glory of God and our Happiness coincident 91 That we are obliged to love God; and Virtue, for their own Sake, a dangerous Poftion, if not understood in a qualified Sense. What is the true Meaning '.'. •' 92 The Deists Method tf rewarding Virtue supplants God, and sets up Fate ». - .**'.•....•- *m *i ST j6 The Deists Ridicule recoils upon themselves 100 A true Character of Characteristicks 103, 108 Modern Deist compounded of the Epicurean, and Stoick . v -107 The Love of Virtue for its own Sake, in the Deistical Sense is Enthusiasm '« 109 Deism founded in the Ignorance of the Nature of God, and Man 113 No Difference, as to a future Slate, betzveeh the Deist and the Atheist i 16 The Deists Notion equally destructive of natural Re< v ligion as the other ibid. &c. 122. ib. &c. . The Counter-Balance of worldly Passions 36, 128 . , - »•»'
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