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is exclusive of “conversion, repentance, faith, or any of the Christian virtues," which are properly INWARD graces, we do not see how the introduction of the term “spiritual” makes it other than an "outward,” though “spiritual change of state."
The next Number, we hope, may show that the Professor's description of regeneration as well, is perfectly inconsistent with itself: or, in other words, that his description of it in one place is utterly subverted by his description of it in others. This confusion we do not ascribe to want of discrimination in their authors, but to the necessity of the case. His system could not stand, any more than that of Archbishop Lawrence, or that of Bishop Bethell, were they to define and abide consistently by any definition of regeneration, as confined to baptism !
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REGENERATION ACCORDING TO SCRIPTURE AND
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