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TERMS OF COMMUNION;
À PARTICULAR VIEW TO THE CASE
BY ROBERT HALL, M. A.
First American (from the Third English) Edition.
“That they all may be one, as thou Father art in me,
PUBLISHED BY ANTHONY FINLEY.
T. S. Manning, Printer.
THE love of controversy was in no degree the motive for writing the following sheets. Controversy the writer considers as an evil, though often a necessary one. It is to be deprecated when it is directed to minute or frivolous objects, or when it is managed in such a manner as to call forth malevolent passions. He hopes the ensuing treatise will be found free from both these objections; and that as the subject must be allowed to be of some importance, so the spirit in which it is handled, is not chargeable with any material departure from the christian temper. If the Author has expressed himself on some occasions with considerable confidence, he trusts the reader will impute it, not to a forgetfulness of his personal deficiences, but to the cause he has