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CHURCH OF ENGLAND,
In a DIALOGUE
BE T W E EN
A N D
IREN ÆUS, a Layman of the Church of England.
The SECOND EDITION.
and the historical Account of the first Review of the English
They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of
us, they would no doubt have continued with us; but they went out,
1 John ii. 19.
HE NEW SEPARATION from our Church had never gain'd lo niany Profelytes, if the
Reasons on which it is grounded had been impartially compar'd with thofe solid Answers, which have been given to even every the least Shadow of an Argument, which the indefatigable Labour, and excellent Wit of its Defenders could invent. What has deterr'd several well-meaning Persons from studying the Controversy, as they ought, is partly its Bulk, partly its being above their Capacity: They