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A

REPLY TO A PUBLICATION

OF

GELLIUS FABER,

MINISTER AT EMDEN,

WHICH HE PUBLISHED IN THE YEAR 1562

(IF I MISTAKE NOT), TO SLANDER THE PIOUS CHILDREN

OF GOD, AND TO EMBITTER THEIR CROSS; TO ENSNARE AND DECEIVE

THE THOUGHTLESS, AND TO COMFORT AND ENCOURAGE THEM

IN THEIR UNRIGHTEOUSNESS AND CORRUPTION.

BY

MENNO SIMON.

Duo opposita (inquit Philosophus) juxta se posita, magis eluseunt.

(Two facts set opposite to each other, says the philosopher, become the more apparent.)

SECON'D PART.

ELKHART, INDIANA:

PUBLISHED BY JOHN F. FUNK AND BROTHER.

1871. 1May God, our heavenly Father, through his beloved Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord, graciously grant spiritual enlightenment and salutary understanding to all the pious and unprejudiced readers of this work, of whatever class, who sincerely seek the Lord and his saving truth, Amen.

"For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ," 1 Cor. 8:11.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1871, by

JOHN F. FUNK & BROTHER,

In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.2

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