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A S the following sheets contain
A reflections whichare the produce

of many yearsenquiry: so, I hope, my reader will not be surprized, or make it a matter of complaint, if he should find me in one part to differ from myself in another ; but would rather think it strange, if I should not, seeing it is what men of free enquiry are always liable to; because those evidences, which are the ground of their persuasions, are, by such enquiry, liable to be differently perceived by them. A proper and well-grounded afsent to the truth of any proposition, is founded on a perception of the evidence, upon which the truth of that proposition is supposed to depend : and, therefore, as our perception of such evidence is, in many cases, liable to alter and change; that is; what we perceive to

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be conclusive to day may appear otherwise to morrow; fo our opinions are ; liable to alter and change likewise. And as I have, in the course of my enquiries, had a strict regard to truth, and this has led me fometimes to differ from myself, by a change of my opi- : nions : fo I am ready to retract and give up my opinion I have embraced or maintained, when such farther evidence shall appear, as renders it just and proper so to do.

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TRACT. IX. An Enquiry concerning the Justice of



God. .

: 222

Tract. X. An Enquiry concerning Infinite Justice,

and Infinite Satisfaction.


TRACT. XI. An Enquiry concerning Faith and My-

steries: Or, a four-fold Enquiry ; first, what Faith

is; secondly, what the object of Faith is; thirdly,

what a Mystery is ; fourthly, whether a Mystery

is the object of Faith.

. : : 249

TRACT. XII. An Enquiry concerning the Use of Rea-

son in matters of Revelation." .: 261

TRACT. XIII. An Enquiry concerning Prayer 265

Tract. XIV. An Enquiry concerning the Unity, or

Oneness of the Church, or Body of Christ. 296

Tract. XV. An Enquiry into that important Questi-

jon, Whether Christ is fole King in bis own Kingdom?

gr, Whether the Civil Magistrate, or the Pastors in

Christ's Church, are invested with Authority to rule

Chrift's Subje£ts, by making Laws to direct their

Behaviour and Condu£t in Christ's Service? which

Laws they (viz. Cbrits Subjects) are obliged in

: Conscience to pay active Obedience to. In a Letter

to a Gentleman. . .


TRACT. XVI. Part of a Letter to another Gentleman,

relating to the foregoing Enquiry. - 335

TRACT. XVII. The Previous Question, with Re-

gard to Religion. Humbly offered to be considered,

in order to the Settling and Determining all other

Questions on this Subject.


TRACT, XVIII. A Supplement to the Previous

Question, with Regard to Religion, Wherein fe-

veral Objections made to the Previous Question are

examined, and in which God's Moral Character,

is more fully vindicated. In a Letter to a Friend.

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