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PREFACE.

It is much to be remarked, even with regard to those topics on which mankind are on the whole the most nearly agreed, that every age gives preference to its own modes of unfolding them. The evidences of our religion are, among Christians themselves, a subject little liable to be made a matter of party; and we might, perhaps, have naturally expected that, in the many centuries which have elapsed since its first establishment, some writer might be found to state them all with precision, or so that we should be unable to add anything to his statement, or to diminish anything from it. Yet we have a perpetual succession of new books on the evidences : every age imagines that it has some fault to find, or some defect to supply, in the arguments or expositions of the

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