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THREE LETTERS to a Friend on the
Satisfaction of Chrift: Wherein are occa-
· Moral Certainty a fufficient Ground
for the Belief of Christianity:
2 PETER i. 16.
Fables, when we made known unto you
VV Writings of the Evangelists and Apostles, will scarce need any other Proof to convince him, that they did not follow cunningly devised Fables, or draw up an artificial Account of Things. There are at least as strong Proofs for the Genuineness even of the controverted Books of Scripture, as there are for that of any uncontroverted Book in Pagan Antiquity. But let us suppose it to be, what it is not, a Matter of Uncertainty, whether such a Record of Christianity be His whose Name it bears; still we must distinguish between