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LOR D’s-D A Y
• Containing Fifty-two
On the most Serious and Important
Intended for the
In FOUR VOLUME S.
By JOHN MASON, A. M.
The Second Edition.
Sin the Sickness of the Soul.
The Duty of an inoffensive CONDUCT. fi * * * * * ****************
i Cor. x. 32. Give none Offence, neither to the Jews,
nor to the Gentiles, nor to the ; Church of God.
CUE HE Apostle, in the latter part
of this chapter, is giving his Tilaa Opinion upon a point of ConSon t roversy which was warmly
L debated in his day; viz. " whether or no it was lawful for Chrif“ tians, on any Occasion, to eat of that “ Meat which had been offered in facrifice “ to Idols.”
This fome denied; fuppofing that it gave countenance to the pagan Idolatry, was inA 3