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violated , in the ^ course of his public life , w ^ en a , person sal ute ^ him by the appellation of good master , he said , 4 why callest thou rne goocl * none is good save
one , that is God * ' And a few hoiu $ pnjy before his lnst suffer , ings , ; to fix the important truth deeply in the jx * inds of his follow , er ^ , he aa ys , In that day ye shall ask me nothing . ' Now these
texu ^ m perfectly plain , and by adhering to thiem , the uund is free from all confusion and embarrassment . ' * But , fyepause Thomas ( who certainly but a few minutes before
\ vas no ) , infallible , for he did not believe the resurrection of Christ ) $$ ifd , 4 My Lord and my God , ' meaning prubably c thou art my Lord-, and . O my God who hast wrought such a njiracle !'—and because Stephen ( who actually saw Jesus in whose cause he was
going to suffer martyrdocn ) said , ' tjQfd Jesus receive my spirit , ' it , has been argued thai religious ¥ jgpr » jbip is tocbe paid to Jesus Christ . I mention these instances
because they are instances in ittbich ynitari ^ ns see the fallacy oijttie rsaspnings of their ppponents 3 , nd reason unanswerably them * selves , I ask no more than an
equal consistency with the text i is love . ' " After this open declaration of
kfye motives of my conduct , I shajl obtrude np longer on your patience than by assuring you that
I arn with jinfeigped respept and cordial affection , my dear Sij :, ypur friend and brother , j ; p . ©§ ta * Nf .
b 3 pe . 11 lately i M ^^ W ^ i- repeate d against a vice-pre ^ id ^ Qtof ^ certain Auxiliary Bible Society—it has
found its way into Magazines , it has been promulgated in some more orthodox publications , of his having pasted in Bibles ^ di $ ~ . tributed through him * by the Society
certain papers vr extracts of ark Unitarian tendency , in direct coifcp traveotjou , as it is added , of its fundamental principle * It may ULndi > ubtedly b § sound policy ip the members of the established
and sQn ^ e xsects , to take cei > tain general dpiptrines Yok granted ; but when th ^ ey meddle ^ ith truths or falsehoods onjy persui > aUy ^ p » plicable , it might be ^ S wei lpjsr * - haps for their reputation ; as tli # i , r interest , either no * to hazard or
else at once to substantiate an accusation . In the present ca ^ e how easy the presumption . at Jfeast in their favQui : ! \ Khat haiVe tj ^ y to do but pjFpdu ^ a single Bible amongst the marj y supposed to be
so distributed , in , vthich tfeestart ^ ling insertion lja $ been made ? The evidence is in the hands of adversaries . The repprt may be traced to its source at once .
Surely the solemn affirmation is not at last a designed misrepresentation , a calumny fpr the purpose of wounding , through a particular individual , the character of a
respectable and rapidly , increasing body of Christians in this country , who , however wjrpnglieaded , 4 fe at least honest $ nd unbiassed in their preference . of the
worship of the Qa ^ f < c only true God / ' in . jh& ( # Wnner pm scribed and preachedjhy bjs 5 ob ^ tf > the worship of three several distinct , God ^ one ^ ft ^ r anQthei : in
an an u * biWJc&l "Ift ^ e , and under m M ^^ cri ptural nm $ * mhich has nothing to recommend it but its
On the Cfarge against a ^ V £ c $ - President of It A ? Bib it Spciety ^ ; J >* C + iq ^ filfa A grave and precise charge has
2 ft On the Charge againsU [ . q , Vice J ^ resi &mi of the Bible Socie ty .
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 2, 1814, page 26, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2436/page/26/