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• * 4 of modern ** Evangelical" preaching ; which is indeed explained to he . preach ing upjhe doct ^ Ines of grace . " Holiness" is insisted on in several of these Discourses , as we suppose , it is iri ' most discourses bearing the Tabernacle stamp , the mint mark of orthodoxy ; but we fear the common people would not €€
understand by this term ; doing justly &nd loving mercy . " It imports something done for them , rather than any thing which they are to do . We shall not ; however ,- here borrow the langtiagenf the alarmists on the subject of giageof the alarmists on the subject of
tmi anti-moral teachers , partly because we believe that it is coinmonly unjust , and therefore mischievous , but principally because Mr . John Hyatt has not provoked censure by a single remark or expression , that we have met , in disparagement of good works and moral worth . .
" ^ These Sermons considered as the official homilies of the Tabernacle or * ' Evangelical" party , present us wkh the idea of a sect not far advanced in knowledge and refinement ; they can be relished only by persons of little inqu iry and of mediocrity of talent .
AjLT- VI . — . 4 / 1 Open and Fearless Avowal qffhp Unitarian Doctrine Recorqmended and Enforced . A Sermon preached at the Unitarian Chapel in Artillery Lane , Londqn ,
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< g Wednesday , June 5 , 181 $ , b ^ the Friends and Supporters of tht Unitarian Fund , B y W . Broai bent , Minister of the Uflitamn Chapel at Warrington . io mrt
pp . 3 D . Hurvter ancf ^ aton .. IT seems strange that amongst s « cl > as agree in tjbe Unitarian doctrine as the truth of Df yme revelation , there should be any division of opinion with regard to the ^ uty of avowing it openly and promoting it to the furthest possible extent . Such division
of opinion however exists , though it is lessening daily ; and J ^ lr . Broad : bent ' s Sermon will , we tr ^ ust , increase the number , already great , of those that tiling that to hinder the truth when it may be furthered , is a species of unrighteousness . *
Mr . Broad bent argues the subject coolly and charitably ; , a ^ nd . we see nol how the argument can be opposed by sxich as admit the truth of Christianity . If divine truth be revealed , it must be esteemed of supreme importance to the happiness of ^ mankind , and neither piety nor benevolence can allow us to be indifferent to its success . The
same principles that in former times made martyrs , will at all times form zealous proselytes . * Rom . i . 18 . See Wakefield ' a Tramlation and Note .
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Oct. 2, 1816, page 614, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2457/page/50/