Excerpt from Sermons Doctrinal and Practical: To Which Is Added, an Assize Sermon
Almighty; we are not, necessarily, to re ject every doctrine which we cannot understand, provided we have sufficient grounds for believing it; since it may only be beyond our reason, and not at variance with it. More especially, when summoned to contemplate upon the na ture and essence of the eternal Being, we must proceed with a caution that will make us dread the presumption of seeking to be wise beyond that which is written; and give up the vain hope of ever under standing the nature of God, while we nu derstand not the nature of our own ex istence.
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