Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . ry briefly What hath beenhere faid, to our own particular Cafe and Cir-cumflances. As many of us as are here prefentmay be prefumed to hiivc fixed cur Choice^ Firji^of the Chrijiian Religion^ in Oppofition to Pa^gan^ yewijl. or Mahometan : And, Secondly^of a Reformed Religion, in Oppofition to Po-pifi Novelty and Superflition : And, Thirdly^ ofthe Religion of the Church of England, in Op-pofition to all other SeSls, Parties, or De?io-jninations of reformed Chriflians. They whohave examined int

Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . ry briefly What hath beenhere faid, to our own particular Cafe and Cir-cumflances. As many of us as are here prefentmay be prefumed to hiivc fixed cur Choice^ Firji^of the Chrijiian Religion^ in Oppofition to Pa^gan^ yewijl. or Mahometan : And, Secondly^of a Reformed Religion, in Oppofition to Po-pifi Novelty and Superflition : And, Thirdly^ ofthe Religion of the Church of England, in Op-pofition to all other SeSls, Parties, or De?io-jninations of reformed Chriflians. They whohave examined int Stock Photo
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Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . ry briefly What hath beenhere faid, to our own particular Cafe and Cir-cumflances. As many of us as are here prefentmay be prefumed to hiivc fixed cur Choice^ Firji^of the Chrijiian Religion^ in Oppofition to Pa^gan^ yewijl. or Mahometan : And, Secondly^of a Reformed Religion, in Oppofition to Po-pifi Novelty and Superflition : And, Thirdly^ ofthe Religion of the Church of England, in Op-pofition to all other SeSls, Parties, or De?io-jninations of reformed Chriflians. They whohave examined into rhefe three Things, knowthem to be good: And They who have not, ought to examine fa far as they are able, that They and retatnmg^ our Religion, ^-^ They alfo inay know: And then Nothing re- , mains but to holi^ Themfqfl^ and to make fult- able Improvements of them in our Lives and Converfations. Let us, then, holdfaft the Fro- fejfton of our Faith without wavering (for He is faithful that promifed) : jind let Us conftder One , /inoiher to provoke unto Love ^ and to good Works, » Heb. X. 23, 24.. Vol. IL F 2 SERMON SERMON V. Th&precife Nature and Force of Chr i s rsArgument, founded on Exod, iii. 6.againft the Sadducees, Luke xx. 37, 38, NoWy that the Dead are raifed, evenM.0s, z s Jhewed at the Bujh^ when Hecalleth the Lord^ The God of Abra-H A M, and the God of Isaac, and theGod of Jacob: For^ He is not a Godof the Dead^ hut of the Living : ForAll live to Him^, H E S E Words are the conclud-ing Part of oar Lords Replyto the Sadducees, a libertineScvftof the Jews, Who, (likethe Epicureans before, andother Infidels fince) for the fake only of in- F 3 dulging * Conf, Mitt, xxii. 31. Mark xii, 26,

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