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SECT. IV.-New birth and perfection more particularly ex-

plained-New birth as real from" the spiritual seed of the
kingdom," as that of plants and vegetables from their seeds in
the natural world and goes on in the same manner pro-

gressively to maturity, p.

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SECT. 11-Silent worship-Manner of it-Worship not neces-

Miscellaneous particularities-Quakers seldom use the words
"original sin," or "Trinity," and never "the word of
God" for the Scriptures-Believe in the manhood and divin-
ity of Christ-In the resurrection-Their ideas on sanctifi-
cation and justification, p.

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SECT. 11. Second, enjoined by Jesus at Capernaum-This

wholly of a spiritual nature-Way in which this may be

enjoyed, p.

SECT. 111.-Quakers say that Jesus instituted no new supper

distinct from that of the passover, and which was to render

null and void that enjoined at Capernaum, as a rite of the

Christian church-No such institution to be collected from St.

Matthew, St. Mark, or St. John, p.

SECT. IV.-Nor from St. Luke-St. Luke only says, that all

future passovers of the Disciples with Christ were to be spi-

ritual-but if, as Jews, they could not all at once abdicate

the passover to which they had been educated, they were to

celebrate it with a new meaning-But no acknowledged per-

mission of it to others, p. .

SECT. v.-Nor from St. Paul-St. Paul only says that the

passover, as spiritualized by Jesus, was allowed to his dis-

ciples, or to the Jewish converts, who could not all at once

lay aside their prejudices concerning it, but that it was to

last only for a time-Different opinions about this time-

That of the Quakers concerning it, p.

SECT. VI.-Had a new supper, distinct from that of the pass-

over, been intended as a ceremonial of the Christian church,

it would have been commanded to others besides the disciples,

and its duration would not have been limited-Reasons from

St. Paul, to show that he himself did not probably consider it

as a Christian ordinance-Whereas the supper enjoined at Ca-

pernaum, was to be eternal—and universal and an essential

with all Christians, p..

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