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SECT. XXIII. The conclusion of this part, with a prayer for the Jews.

IT is not the design of this treatise, to examine more nicely into these things: nor had we treated of them at all, but to make it appear, that there is nothing in the Christian religion either impious or absurd, which any man can pretend against embracing a religion recommended by so great miracles, whose precepts are so virtuous, and whose promises are so excellent. For he who has once embraced it, ought to consult those books, which we have before shewn to contain the doctrines of the Christian religion, for particular questions. Which that it may be done, let us beseech God, that he would enlighten the minds of the Jews, with his own light, and render those prayers effectual, which Christ put up for them when he hung upon the cross.741741   Luke xxiii. 34.

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