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Christianity as old as the Creation:
A REPUBLICATION of the
Religion of NATURE
he were i.
Eft autem jus naturale adeo immutabile, ut ne quidem a Deo mutari po-
Aug. Oper. To. 1. p. 17. c-- Retra&. 1. 1. c. 13.
Serm. for prop, the Gofp. in for. Parts, by Dr.Sherlock, now 3p.of Bangor, p.10, & 13.
themselves in ALL their Actions by the fame eternal Rule of Reafon.
Printed in the YEAR, MDCC XXX,
Age 10. Line 9. for abfurd, read a great Mistake; and Line ib.
after Obligation, add of moral Duties. p. 16. 1. 3.
Margin, read 1 John 4. 19. p. 68. 1. 6. for Agreemens, read Agree-. ment. p. ib. 1. 7. add which, at the Beginning of the Line. p. 156.. 1. 14. for Legiflator, read Legislature. p. 227. 1. 29. in the Margin, for Serm. 77. read Serm. 74. p. 254. 1. 3. at the Beginning of the Paragraph, for ONE, read SOME. p. 270. 1. 21. the Parenthefis ftands the wrong Way. p. 287. 1. 20. for Papift and Mahometan, read Papift, or Mahometan. p. 299. 1. 17. at the Beginning of the Paragraph, for Ir the Religion of Peafants, read IF, fay they, the Religion of Peasants, &c. p. ib. 1. 31. for Ir in the earliest Times, read IF, add they, in the earliest Times, &c. p. 347. 1. 4. for Must Men, read Muft not Men, &c. p. 355. 1. 4. uch the Comma's thus "at the Beginning of the Line. p. 414. 1. 23. dele And before the
Words much lefs.
HE Author of the following Sheets,
makes no Apology for writing on a Subject of the laft Importance; and which, as far as I can find, has no where been fo fully treated: He builds nothing on a Thing so uncertain as Tradition, which differs in moft Countries; and of which, in all Countries, the Bulk of Mankind are incapable of judging; but thinks he has laid down fuch plain and evident Rules, as may enable Men of the meanest Capacity, to distinguish between Religion, and Superftition; and has represented the Former in every Part fo beautiful, fo amiable, and so strongly affecting; that they, who in the leaft reflect, muft be highly in Love with it; and eafily perceive, that their A 2