A Seasonable Apology For The Christian Religion

A Seasonable Apology For The Christian Religion

by Matthew Poole
     
 

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The Christian religion is justified of her children. This means that it is:

1. Justified from the censures of its enemies, and

2. Justified from the infirmities and miscarriages of its friends.

If a doctor prescribes an excellent remedy, and the patient observes some of the instruction but neglects the others, and the remedy doesn't hold, no blame should

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The Christian religion is justified of her children. This means that it is:

1. Justified from the censures of its enemies, and

2. Justified from the infirmities and miscarriages of its friends.

If a doctor prescribes an excellent remedy, and the patient observes some of the instruction but neglects the others, and the remedy doesn't hold, no blame should rest on the doctor or his practice - but the blame should reside entirely with the patient. So, it is also with religion.

Religion itself remains innocent, and must be considered on its own.

Learn more of Poole's compelling argument and why he thought it was a timely argument in his day - and how it is in ours as well.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440134845
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/03/2009
Pages:
108
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.26(d)

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