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EARNEST EXHORTATIONS TO. EXPERIMENTAL
TO WHICH IS ADDED THE
CHRISTIAN'S REVEALED WORD OF GOD.
BY THOMAS WHOWELL.
"HE THAT DENIETH THE SON, THE SAME HATH NOT THE FATHER."—1. JOHN 11. 23.
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR, BY C. BENTHAM AND CO. LORD-STREET.
FIRST CHAPTER.-Importance of the points at issue between
Unitarians and their opponents. Man accountable to
SECOND CHAPTER.-The assertions of Unitarians, that they be-
lieve in the truth of Scripture, and use it as their only
Note upon the Inspiration of the Scriptures. I. G. B. P... 20
Christ was made like unto his Brethren
FOURTH CHAPTER.-The assertion of Unitarians, that they do
Note on the Influences of the Spirit. I. B. H....
FIFTH EPISTLE.-The Danger of Formality
SIXTH EPISTLE.-The Nature of Prayer....
NINTH EPISTLE.-Neglect of our Obligations to God
FOURTEENTH EPISTLE.-Adorn thy Temple in modest apparel. 159
SEVENTEENTH EPISTLE.-Efficacy of Christ's Resurrection.... 169
NINETEENTH EPISTLE.-The Ministration of Angels
EIGHTH CHAPTER.-On the Incarnation and Natures of Christ. 202
IN sending forth this book, the author disavows every motive but the sole one of being useful.— Having travelled for a series of twenty-one years, on the continent of Europe and in Ireland, on his return to North Wales, he saw the evil and falsehood of Unitarianism, and there wrote the pages which are now offered to the public, in the humble hope, that He who giveth he increase, even to the meanest labourer in His vineyard, may cause some fruit to raise from his labour.
Indeed, when he considers the greatness of that God, and the importance of those doctrines which he advocates, he has no fear upon this head.Secret things belong to the Lord our God, but those things which are revealed belong to us and our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this law. Outward nature itself attests His