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to Charity ; and we transgress , instead of fulfilling the duties of a Christian , if , in defending the interests of the former , we violate the mote important duties of the latter . *• p . 51 .
The remarks on the memorable decree of the fourth Council of Lateral ) , ( pp . 41—43 ) are well entitled to attention z Mr . Eustace is less convincing in his attempt ( pp . 46 , 47 ) to shew that the Catholic church is not
illiberal in her sentence on heretics , since she holds heresy to he not error merely , but obstinate error . Alas ! He that differs in opinion from me is in error , and he that will not ' yield his opinion to mine , when summoned so to do , is obstinate .
Art * : II . Reflections on Materiatism , Izntnatcriolism , the Sleep of the Soul ) an Intermediate State , and the Resurrection of 4 he Bedy .- Being an attempt to prove that the Resurrection
commences at Death . By John Platts . 8 yo . pp . 40 . Sherwood and Co . The hypothesis of the resurrection being successive and immcdi . ately consequent upon death , was , we bejieve , first maintained in this
country by Dr . Caleb Fleming , in his Survey of the Search after Souls / ' an 8 vo * volume , published in the year 1758 . " attempt to prove" the same hypothesis , was made in an Essay in the " Theological Repository , * ' edited by Dr . Priest ley , ( vol . ii . p . 350—399 , ) to which there is the signature of Philander . * And there is
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an able and learned defence of ibe same scheme ,- *« the late Rev . Newcome Cappe ' s " Critical Re * marks / ' Dissertation On the
Future Life 0 / man , vol . 11 , p . 271 — 380 . The subject was brought into discussion in our Sixth Volume , by the present author , whose letters in the Monthly Repository , [ vi . 407 , 454 , 598 ] are indeed the basis of his pamphlet .
JVlr . Platts argues the point * it hand philosophically and scriptu . rally . We suspect that philoso . phical materialists will not allow that he has correctly stated their
proposition and arguments , and scriptural materialists have texts end expositions of texts which he has not noticed .
In a note , ( p . 16 , ) Sir . Platte wonders at some theologians , not mentioned , but we apprehend that his admiration arises from his mistaking their notion . No one surely could have seriously maintained
that our Lord ' s reply 10 , the male , factor on the cross , intended onlv , that he should that day , be buried in a garden ; but there is some reason for supposing that it signified no more than that the sufferer
should be in the place and slate of the righteous dead . u sParadisusapud Judceos vocattrr locus arace . nus , qui recipit animas pioruro mortuorum , ibi mansuras , donee
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gentleman of th « North of Ireland ^ tc Archdcacpn Black ^ WTp c , from w ^ PJfi an answer , to it wa ? , expected B ,. , wf rrticolo ^ cal' kfepo ^^ Karf * n c ^ nu Me& ^ 3 fom \ f w * tewmw * r > ? & Correspondence ;* . ' : ¦* - *'» " <> % " " . i 1
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Aug. 2, 1813, page 528, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2431/page/40/