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UNITARIANISM

INCAPABLE OF VINDICATION:

A REPLY

TO

THE REV. JAMES YATES'S

VINDICATION OF UNITARIANISM.

BY RALPH WARDLAW,

AUTHOR OF THE “DISCOURSES ON THE SOCINIAN CONTROVERSY,"

WHICH OCCASIONED THE “VINDICATION.”

“ Admoneri nos decet, ut DOCILITATE, magis quam acumine, in istam quæstionem incumbere, curæ sit."-Calvin. « The Meek He will guide in judgment, the MEEK will He teach his way.”

Psal. XXV. 9.

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, & BROWN;
AND ANDREW & JOHN M. DUNCAN, GLASGOW.

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Andrew and James Duncan,

Printers, Glasgow.

UNITARIANISM

INCAPABLE OF VINDICATION:

A REPLY

TO

THE REV. JAMES YATES'S

VINDICATION OF UNITARIANISM.

BY RALPH WARDLAW,
AUTHOR OF THE “DISCOURSES ON THE SOCINIAN CONTROVERSY,"

WHICH OCCASIONED THE “ VINDICATION."

“ Admoneri nos decet, ut DOCILITATE, magis quam acumine, in istam quæstionem incumbere, curæ sit.”—Calvin. “ The MEEK He will guide in judgment, the MEEK will He teach his way.”

PSAL. XXV. 9.

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, & BROWN;

AND ANDREW & JOHN M. DUNCAN, GLASGOW,

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I FEEL peculiar satisfaction in inscribing this Volume to you, without your privacy, as a slight acknowledgment of obligations, which, I am fully sensible, can never be discharged. To you, under Divine Providence, I am indebted, for all that a son can owe to an affectionate and pious father: -especially, for the inestimable blessing of early religious instruction, imparted with tender solicitude, sanctified by fervent prayer, and recommended by the force of consistent example. During a long and chequered pilgrimage, you have oft experienced the cheering influence of those blessed truths, which, in this and a former Volume, I have endeavoured to defend; and have been enabled, “ without rebuke,” to exemplify their practical efficacy, in the faithful discharge of all the personal and relative duties of public and private life.

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