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Containing, Discourses upon fuch Sub
je&ts as are thought most liable to
Objections. By ROBERT JENKIN, late Fellow of
St. John's College in Cambridge.
The Second Edition, Corrected, and very
LONDON: Printed by W. B. for RICHARD SARE at
Grays-Inn Gate in Holborn." 1708.
Here never appeared, I believe, among
Christians, fo general a Dua. tion as in the present Age, to the C. ristian
Religion, in Men pretc'ing at least to Reason, and Learning, and Na ral Religion, and Moral Vertue. And tho' I could have little Encouragement to hope, that I should write any thing which might much prevail with Men of these Accomplishments; yet I was persuaded, that so good a Cause, tho' but in weak Hands, could not fail of some Effect upon all that would be at the pa: to consider it. And to this purpose, I thi..oot, the best way would be, not to read Lectures as it were, of Anatomy upon the severa' of it, and represent it Piece-meal, likos fets Carcass, divided and diffected ;
had been able to shew never so much Skill in the Operation; but to give an entire View of the Grounds and Reasons of Christianity, the connexion of its Parts between themselves and the Preference which it has to all other Religions; from whence, I knew, it must appear in as true a Light, and with as much Life and Force, as it could do under the Disadvantages, which might be expected from no