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We have heard of the Devil's rebuking Sin, but never before saw the office so distinctly attributed to him. A man of 'vi-.
cious character,' taking cognizance of the morals of his flock, and rebuking offenders, must be a most edifying spectacle. A: most delightful order of things, which it would be impiety to reverse! A wicked man may, it seems, be a most efficient minister of the Church of England. Thank God, we do not belong to such a Church!
And now our readers know Mr. Sikes, and they will be able to account for his bitter abuse of the Gospel preachers in his Third Dialogue. « The Gospel preachers and their followers, he says, ' murdered Good King Charles, and preached the
poor clergy out of their livings and themselves into them.' And the Gospel preachers of the present day, (meaning the evangelical clergy), are the same sort of men: their 'arguments,
conduct, doctrines, and manners, are exactly the same as, theirs. We know,' he adds, by sad experience, what
Gospel preaching then meant, and what it came to, and we • should not like to be so taken in again. Yet, guilty as these Gospel preachers are of palpable schism,' rebellion against Church authority,' systematic slander and delusion,'
cant,'' pride,' love of lucre, dishonesty,' and hypocrisy,'. they are servants of Christ, fathers in God, and the rest of it, if you happen to live in the parish over which God Almighty has set any one of them; and Twilight is instructed to yield them, in that case, reverence and obedience accordingly.
We have no room to notice the Vicar of Swaff ham, but must leave him in the competent hands of Mr. Jarrom.The Address to Separatists is chiefly distinguished by its singular imbecility. If we should be thought to have bestowed too. much notice on Mr. Sikes, we must beg our readers to remember, that sir editions of this trash have been forced into circulation; and the Author is known to be held in high estimation in some quarters. One of the twelve Apostles at least, would, were he living, commend the labours of his Apologist
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