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Following Subj E Cts.
Of the universal sense of good and evil.
The characters of the righteous and good man compared j or benevolence the noblell branch of social virtue.
The perfection of the Christian scheme of benevolence; in answer to the objection from its not having particularly recommended private friendship, and the love of our country.
Of the image of God in man; or the excellency of human nature.
God not an arbitrary being.
Of the abuses of free-thinking.
Jgurs prayer; or the middle condition of life, generally, the most eligible.
The mischiefs of (lavish complaisance, and cowardice.
Rules for the profitable reading the Holy Scriptures.
Of the pleasures of a religious
Religion founded on reason, and the right of private judgment.
The evidence of a future state, on the principles of reason and revelation, distinctly confider'd.
The nature, folly, and danger of scoffing at religion.
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ticularly recommended private friend-
Serm. VI. Of the abuses of free-thinking.
Gal. v. 13.
Serm. VII. Of Mysteries.