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Printed for J, BUCKLAND, at the Buck in Pater-noster
Row; J. W AUG H and W.FENNER, at the Turk's
Sin the Sickness of the Soul.
S E R M ON IX.
S E R M O N X.
Luke xviii. 10, 13. Two Men went up
The Duty of an inoffensive CONDUCT.
I COR. X. 32.
Give none Offence, neither to the Jews,
nor to the Gentiles, nor to the Church of God.
THE Apostle, in the latter part
of this chapter, is giving his T
Opinion upon a point of Controversy which was warmly
debated in his day; viz. "s whether or no it was lawful for Chrif“ tians, on any Occasion, to eat of that “ Meat which had been offered in facrifice « to Idols.
This fome denied; fuppofing that it gave countenance to the pagan Idolatry, was in