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LONDON:
RICHARD KINDER, PRINTER,
GREEN ARBOUR COURT, OLD BAILEY.

CONTENTS

OF

THE THIRD VOLUM E.

PART III.—(continued.)

CHAPTER VIII.

1838.
His contemplation of the probable events of the year; his debility and

helplessness ; decreasing hopes of usefulness; the truce with es-
tablished error even among inquiring men ; no chance for positive
truth except from the course of Providence; his thankfulness for
the appointments of his own life, 3—4; Suabedissen's principles
of philosophical religion, 5; his desire to control all impatience
under suffering, 5; Letter to Mrs. - 5; Letter to Professor
Powell, on his work on the Connections of Natural and Divine
Truth, -Induction, Lord Bacon's,--Aristotle's; Religion opposed
to Science, because Science opposes Idol-worship, 6–7; Suabe-
dissen ; Professor Powell, his work, his character; confusion of
thought among English writers on the connections of natural and
revealed Religion ; the want of a due preparation of mental phi-
losophy; the study of the limits and applications of the mental
faculties; both external nature and the Bible appeal to some
principle within our own minds; that principle our leading guide;
a philosophical Work wanted on the source of our knowledge re-
specting God, 8–12; Mr. S. Martin, 12 ; the daily increase of
his feverishness, 12; Dr. Woodward's statement, that God cannot
prevent all evil, 13; the prospect of a day, 13–14; To

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