William Law Quote

The Deists, and unbelievers, have a great share of my compassionate affections, and I never can think, or write of the infinite blessings of the Christian redemption, without feeling in my heart, an impatient longing to see them the happy partakers of them. And as one naturally believes, what one strongly wishes; so I cannot help hoping, that both Christians and Deists will here find truths of such a nature, as must in some degree touch their hearts, if not read with prejudice and aversion. OF THE Nature and Necessity OF R E G E N E R A T I O N, OR, THE N E W - B I R T H.


The Grounds and Reasons of Christian Regeneration (1739)

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The Deists, and unbelievers, have a great share of my compassionate affections, and I never can think, or write of the infinite blessings of the...

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The Deists, and unbelievers, have a great share of my compassionate affections, and I never can think, or write of the infinite blessings of the...

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The Deists, and unbelievers, have a great share of my compassionate affections, and I never can think, or write of the infinite blessings of the...

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The Deists, and unbelievers, have a great share of my compassionate affections, and I never can think, or write of the infinite blessings of the...