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The sceptic's manual, or, Christianity verified : being a new method of appeal to the understandings and consciences of Deists, Jews, sceptics, and formal professors : for the truth, power, and efficacy of the Christian religion, demonstrated in three parts: by the truth of the Holy Scriptures, by the certainty of the manifestation of the spirit, and by the influence and power of religion, as exemplified in the conversion of notorious sinners, and in the lives of distinguished saints