An Antidote Against Deism: In a Series of Letters to the Editor of in Which the Arguments Against the Eternal Prevalence of Sin and Misery, and in Favor of the Restitution, Or Final Restoration of All Things, Are Candidly Stated from Scripture; And Also a

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The power of early preja lice may be feen even in the common concerns of life. When the ufe oi' fanners was firft introduced, many objeaed to them, upon this ground, that it was not lawful to make ufe of the devils wind to clean their grain But every 014 wife in the country would not fornole, at the fame time, to blow up her fire with this very wind. T hat has been often branded as coming from Satan, which, npon inqmry, was found to be of God. Our Lord himfelf was miflaken by his own difciples for an apparition, when he came treading on the waves of the lake for their relief. Not feldom, too, the tares are taken for wheat.

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