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ON LXXXI. .
:LY AFTER TRINITY.
ENCE SUFFICIENT. le said unto him, If they hear not Moses and will they be persuaded, though one rose from the
tuken from the Gospel for the Day.] i think, that the coming of one from the dead
convince an unbeliever And yet this evi. hlour tells us, would have no effect upon
him: : which judgement may appear from the three fol
derations : Let us consider, whether the evidence upon which ..stands, be in itself greater or more convincing, than (e of one coming from the dead can be : if it is, we
be to our Saviour's judgement; that he who will or 'n and the Prophets,' or Christ and his Apostles,
persuaded, though one rose from the dead.? . man, who
appears to you, may tell you conworld, all the reason you can have to believe .'l suppose him to come from the other world, which he has seen and known: so that his
than barely the authority of a traveller, of the countries through which he has
1 it appear to you, that one from the five you? As he is a man, I
L'ust him; and what reason you have uead man, I know not.
resurrection was something more than merely un of a dead man: ho
a lap time and cir
ABRIDGED FROM THE MOST EMINENT DIVINES
OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH,
ADAPTED TO THE SERVICE OF THE DAY.
INTENDED FOR THE USE OF FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS,
BY THE REV. J. R. PITMAN, A.M.
ALTERNATE MORNING-PRBACHER OF BELGRAVE AND BERKELEY
FOUNDLING AND MAGDALEN HOSPITALS.
IN TWO VOLUMES.