Excerpt from The History of Religion, Vol. 1 of 2: A Rational Account of the True Religion
Nor was his fidelity without its reward, so to speak; for he lived to see her restored, if not to the fulness of her rays, at least to her former elevated position, whence she might engage once more, under accumulated difficulties, it is true, in dispelling either the mists of infidelity that followed by reaction the gross hypocrisy of the Interregnum, or the chilling indifference to things unseen so largely caught up from the pernicious example of a dissolute Court.viii editor's preface.
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