« AnteriorContinuar »
E RRA TA.
their. 43 : 14 - Saphira
Sapphira. 48 : 18 faculty
faculties. 55 : 32 in direct
indireét. 59 : 33 misapprenfions misapprehensions, 61 : 21
Dele 84 : 23 Before
“ this." Ibid. After having"-dele" this,"
62 : 31
D E F E N C E
REVELATION in GENERAL,
The Gospel in Particular, &c.
SE C T I.
The Author's fundamental principles relating to
the true character of Jesus and the writings of the New Testament,
T has been the lot of christianity, as it was of its author, to be purposely betrayed by.
those, who even in the very act of betraying it have pretended to be its friends. The real enemies of revelation have hailed the gospel with hypocritical respect, in hopes the more effectually to undermine all revealed religion.
The writer before us, who promises, as if it were one professed design of his work, “to vindi
cate the character of Jesus from the aspersions " of modern unbelievers * ," sets out profeíTedly, in his work itself, with stripping hin entirely of that very authority, which it has been the fole + See the Author's title page. B