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True Chriftian Divinity,
As the fame is Held Forth, and Preached, by the PEOPLE called, in Scorn,
True Christian Divinity,
As the fame is Held Forth, and Preached, by th PEOPLE called, in Scorn,
A Full Explanation and Vindication of their Principles and Doctrines, by many Arguments, deduced from Scripture and Right Reafon, and the Teftimonies of Famous authors, both Ancient and Modern: With a full Anfwer to the strongest Objections ufually made against THEM.
Presented to the KING.
By ROBERT BARCLAY,
And fince tranflated into High-dutch, Low-dutch, French and Spanish, for the Information of Strangers.
The SEVENTH EDITION in English.
A&ts xxiv. 14.---After the Way, which they call Herefie, fo worship I the God of my Fathers; believing all Things which are written in the Law and the Prophets.
Tirus ii. verf. 11. For the Grace of God, that bringeth Salvation, hath appeared to all Men. Verf. 12. Teaching us, that denying Ungodliness, and woridly Lufts, we should Eve Soberly, Righteously, and Gody, in this prefent World. Verf. 13. Looking for that bleffed Hope, and glorious Appearing of the great God, and our Saviour Fefus Chrift. Ver 14. Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem as from all Iniquity, and purifie unto himself a peculiar People, Zealous of good Works. Theff. v. 21. Prove all things, hold fast that which is good,
DU B L I N,
Printed and Sold by MARY FULLER, at the Globe and Scales in Meath Street. M DCC XXXVII.
CHARLES II. KING
And the Dominions thereunto belonging:
A Servant of Jefus Chrift, called of God to the Difpenfation of the Gospel, now again Revealed, and after a long and dark Night of Apoftafie, commanded to be Preached to all Nations, Wifheth Health and Salvation.
S the Condition of Kings and Princes puts Them in a Station more obvious to the View and Obfervation of the World, World, than that of other Men, of whom (as Cicero obferves) neither any Word or Action can be obfcure;