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An impartial examination of Mr. Robert Sandeman's Letters on Theron and Aspasio. In three parts, containing, I. Some general remarks on the spirit and leading notions of the author of those Letters. II. A particular consideration of the character of the Pharisee, and of Jesus, as drawn by Mr. Sandeman--Remarks upon his conversion of Jonathan the Jew--The conversion of Cornelius the gentile as a contrast to Jonathan's. III. The principal sentiments in the Letters collected into order, distinctly examined, and shown in several instances to be inconsistent with one another, and with the sacred oracles, and the whole to be an unhappy mixture of truth with absurdity and falshood. By Samuel Langdon, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Portsmouth in New Hampshire. [Three lines from I Corinthians]
- Langdon, Samuel, 1723-1797.
- MDCCLXIX 
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Boston : Printed by Mein and Fleeming, at their printing-office in Newbury-Street, for Knight Sexton, at Hartford, MDCCLXIX 
,75,,98[i,e., 78],136p. ; 8⁰.
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