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Unbelief, Feeling, Natural Theology
After some initial comments on the dangers of sectarianism, the writer observes that 'Sceptics, in their never-ending labour, instead of having injured the cause they are opposed to, have the more firmly engrafted Christian feelings "round the fibres of the heart"' (21). The writer expounds the argument from design as an antidote to scepticism.
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