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SEQUEL TO THE INQUIRY,

WHAT IS REVELATION?

"Now what great and high objects are these, for a rational contemplation to busy itself upon! Heights that scorn the reach of our prospect; and depths in which the tallest reason will never touch the bottom: yet surely the pleasure arising from thence is great and noble; forasmuch as they afford perpetual matter and employment to the inquisitiveness of human reason, and so are large enough for it to take its full scope and range in; which, when it has sucked and drained the utmost of an object, naturally lays it aside, and neglects it as a dry and an empty thing."-South's Sermons, vol. i. p. 16.

SEQUEL TO THE INQUIRY,

WHAT IS REVELATION?

IN A

Series of Letters to a Friend;

CONTAINING

A REPLY TO MR. MANSEL'S

"EXAMINATION OF THE REV. F. D. MAURICE'S STRICTURES
ON THE BAMPTON LECTURES OF 1858."

BY THE REV.

FREDERICK DENISON MAURICE, M.A.,

CHAPLAIN OF LINCOLN'S INN.

Cambridge:

MACMILLAN & CO.,

AND 23, HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON.

1860.

100.4

100. y. 139.

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