Excerpt from Christianity Against Infidelity, or the Truth of the Gospel History
Thewriter of the following pages is aware, that the subject of which they treat has been often and ablyk discussed by others; but he is also aware, that their works, for the most part, are of too vol uminous or too critical a character, to engage the attention of that numerous class of readers who might be induced to go\through a less labored and less imposing volume. The works of Lardner, the most valuable ever written in defence of the Christian religion, are not probably seen, much less read, by one in five thousand 'of the great mass of the people. And nearly the same remark may be made in relation to the works of Macknight, Len land, Stackhouse, Gregory, Newton, Horne, and even those of Watson and Paley. It is well known that Paley's volume is more extensively circulated and read than any other work on the same subject, and yet it is presumed that there are more who have not read it, than who have.
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