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A Letter to the Reverend Mr. Channing

Relative to His Two Sermons On Infidelity

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Published: 1813
Language: English
Wordcount: 11,352 / 39 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 44.3
LoC Category: BL
Downloads: 309
Added to site: 2008.02.13
mnybks.net#: 20047
Genre: Religion
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nymous, and the gospels themselves written by we do not know what authors; and yet, you know sir, that these patch-work narratives of miracles have passed not only for credible, bat for inspired!

5. The Book of Acts was rejected by the Jewish Christians, as containing accounts untrue, and contradictory to their Acts of the Apostles. It was rejected also by the Encratites, and the Severians, and I believe by the Marcionites. The Jewish Christians were the oldest Christian Church, and they pronounced that the Book of Acts in our Canon was written by a partizan of Paul's; and it will be recollected that our Book of Acts is in fact, principally taken up in recording the travels and preaching of Paul, and contains little comparatively of the other Apostles. The Jewish Christians had a Book of Acts different from ours. And besides the fact, that the oldest Christian church, the mother church of Judea, with whom we should expect to find the truth if any where, rejected the Acts, Chrysostom Bishop of Constanti

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