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Dear Sir, I have read Erskine's treatise on “ The Internal Evidence for the Truth of Revealed Religion.” It is an admirable performance, filled with judicious observations, and interspersed with happy and interesting illus. trations of the various points discussed. It is stamped with the image of a strong, accurate and powerful mind. Having himself by the grace of God, experienced the moral and regenerating influence of Divine truth, the author wishes that others may be brought under the quickening and sanctifying operation of the same transforming power.
The work is well calculated to call up the attention of nominal christians, as well as of professed infidele, to the high and commanding claims of the Bible, as a revelation given by Jehovah to form the character of sinful man for eternity.
J. J. JANEWAY. July 17, 1821.
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Mr. Finley, I have read, with great pleasure, Erskine's treatise on “ The Internal Evidence for the Truth of Revealed Religion." It is, in my judgment, a work of rare merit.
The style is lucid, chaste and nervous. The illustrations are happily chosen, and skilfully applied. ternal evidence for the truth of revealed religion," je not a new subject; but this writer's method of treating it, is new and natural ; and to my mind, convincing and satisfactory. I wish you success in the publication.
W. NEIL, Pastor, Sixth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphai July 17, 1821.
Dear Sir, I have read with much pleasure, and rejoice that you propose to republish, Mr. Erskine's valuable treatise