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RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF WINCHESTER'S'REFUTATION OF CALVINISM.'
"Be ready always to give an answer to every man that &keth yon a reason of the hope "that is in you, with meekness and fear."—1 Pet. iii. 15.
* Take special care, before yon aim yonr shafts at Calvinism, that yon know what is 'Calvinism, and what is not: that in that mass of doctrine, which it is of late become the
* fashion to abuse under the name of Calvinism, yon can distinguish with certainty, between * that part which is nothing better than Calvinism, and that which belongs to our common * Christianity, and the faith of the Reformed Churches.'—Bp. Horsley.
* Accasatio crimen desiderat, rem ut definiat, horainem utnotet, argumento probet, teste 'conflrmet.*—Cicero pro Coelio.