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Identifier: severaldiscourse01sher

Title: Several discourses preached at the Temple Church

Year: 1772 (1770s)

Authors: Sherlock, Thomas, 1678-1761

Subjects: Church of England Sermons, English

Publisher: London : Printed for J. Whiston and B. White [etc.]

Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library

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, a Spirit who is ever with us toguide us into Truth: Thefe Things, I fay,are eafy to be believed, without entering intothe Difficulties arifino- from natural andphllofophical Inquiries, which the Scriptureno-where encouraf^es us to feek after: And, as 138 DISCOURSE III. as long as Men keep clofe to the Rule andDodtrine of Scripture, they will find noCaufe to enter into the great Complaintsraifed againll: Myfteries. The Scripture hasrevealed indeed wonderful Things to us, andfor the Truth of them has given us aswonderful Evidence; fo that they are wellqualified to be the Objects of our Faith :For fuch God defigned them, and not forthe Exercife of our Vanity and Curiofity, or,as you call it, of our Reafon. If it is notreafonable to believe God upon the Gofpe!Evidence, there is an End of all Myfteries;but, if it is reafonable, there mufl: be anEnd of all farther Inquiries : And I thinkcommon Senfe will teach us not to callGod to Account, or pretend to enter intothe Reafon of his Doings.


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