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The REVEREND MR. VENN,
of the Address to Protestant Dilsenters, on
By JOSEPH PRIESTLEY, LL.D. F.R.S.
As Deceivers, and yet true.
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AVING faid; in my letter to Mr. Venn,
as much as I think sufficient, by way
of reply to his examination of my treatise; I was not willing to omit this opportunity of addressing, to the public, a few general confiderations, relating to differences of opinion among christians. If the nature and spirit of his pamphlet be considered, there are but few persons, I imagine, who will think an'answer, addressed to him only, in the least necessary, or expected from me. Indeed, I never considered the answering of Mr. Venn as my principal object; but I thought it afforded me a fair occasion of exposing the gross misrepresentations, and unworthy cavilling, which not Mr. Venn only, but too many others fcruple not to make use of, in order to render those who differ from them, in some speculative points, odious to their fellow christians.