Excerpt from The Complete Works of the Late Rev. Philip Skelton, Rector of Fintona, &C. &C, Vol. 6 of 6: To Which Is Prefixed, Burdy's Life of the Author
The first, an Appeal to Common Sense on the Subject of Christianity, written, the author hopes, in so plain a style as to render it intelligible to the meanest capacity, and yet so supported by the word of God, and sound reason, as to justify itself, Wherever common sense is not banished by philosophy from the minds of the more learned. Your Ladyship may possibly judge, some parts of this Appeal not inapplicable to the instruction and reformation of the Mag?
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