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No. XXXIII.-On the sense entertained generally by
all, and more especially instanced amongst the
No. XXXIV.-Op H. Taylor's objection, of the want
of a literal correspondence between the mosAIC
No. XLVI.—On the supposition that sacrifice origin
crifices originated in HUMAN INVENTION .......... 2
ous writers'.- .....
of Sacrifice ....... ........ ........ 28
GIFTS, erroneous ...
No. LXIII.-On the nature and grounds of the FAITH i
evidenced by the Sacrifice of Abel ............. 294
No. LXVIII.- On the DISPROPORTION between the ef.
No. LXIX.-On the CORRESPONDENCE between the sa-
crificial language of the Old Testament, and that
the Death of Christ: and the original adaptation of
No. LXX.-On the cor RESPONDENCE between the An.
nual Expiation under the Law, and the One Great
APPENDIX, containing an account of the UNITARIAN
SCHEME, as described by Mr. Belstam ........
THE following Discourses, originally composed with a view to your instruction, are now with the same design submitted to your more deliberate examination.
In these latter days, Christianity seems destined to undergo a fiercer trial, than it has for many centuries experienced. Its defenders are called upon, not merely to resist the avowed invader, who assails the citadel from without, but the concealed and treacherous foe, who undermines the works, or tampers with the garrison within. The temporising Christian, who, under the mask of liberality, surrenders the funda