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BAMPTON LECTURER REPROVED;

BEING

A R E P L Y

TO THE CALUMNIOUS CHARGES OF

THE REV. C. A. MOYSEY, D.D. ETC.
In his late Bampton Lectures against the Unitarians, and especially

the Editors of the Improved Version ;

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IN REPLY TO THE CHARGES OF THE VERY REVEREND

DEAN MAGEE,
In Volume II. Part II. of his Dissertations on

Atonement and Sacrifice.

BY THOMAS BELSHAM,

MINISTER OF ESSEX STREET CHAPEL.

“ The writers and wranglers in religion fill it with niceties, and dress it up
with notions, which they make necessary and fundamental parts of it, as if there
were no way into the church but through the Academy or Lyceum.” Locks.

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As it has now become so much the fashion with a certain description of the Clergy, upon all public occasions, to make an attack upon the Unitarians on the one hand, and the Evangelical party on the other, I had long ceased to give myself any concern upon the subject, especially since the Letters which I had the honour to address to the Bishop of London; in which I have advanced what many have thought sufficient for the satisfaction of “ men of sound understandings " and honest hearts,” in defence of the Unitarians and their cause.

But my attention having been excited to Dr. Moysey's late Bampton Lectures, as concentrating in one focus all the abuse which has lately been, and indeed all that ever can be, vomited forth against the Unitarians, and particularly against the Editors of the Improved Version; and having been informed

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CONTENTS.

97.

The author declines entering at large into the argument con-
cerning the Trinity, p. 27.-Not rejected by Unitarians as in-
comprehensible but as unproved, p. 28.-Trinitarians agree

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