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If any man speak, let him speak as the oracles of God.
REVISED BY THE EDITOR.
PUBLISHED BY G. LANE & P. P. SANDFORD,
FOR THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, AT THE CONFERENCE
J. Collord, Printer.
1-6-36 GB R
THE author of the following work was a man of an acute and active mind, who was not unfrequently engaged in theological controversy; and always with success. of his publications, though important at the time, were only of local and temporary interest. Others of them are of permanent value. Of this class, especially, are his "Preservative against the Errors of Socinianism," which was reprinted some years ago; and the "Treatise on Justification," which is now before the reader. Mr. Hare was a diligent student of the Bible; and in all his writings he deduces his principles and arguments exclusively from that inspired book.
In the whole range of divine truth there is no subject of greater importance than that which is here discussed. It is one of the most prominent doctrines of the New Testament, and affects both the present happiness and everlasting safety of every human being.