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ON RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.
II. ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT EDUCATION IN RELIGION SHACKLES THE MIND.
III. REFLECTIONS OF THE AGED ON THE EARLY CHOICE OF RELIGION.
BY JAMES DANA, D. D.
so shalt thou find wisdom till thine old age.
Gather instruction from thy youth up; My son, if thou come to serve the Lord, prepare thy soul for temptation-constantly enMiss not the discourse of the elders; for dure, and make not haste in time of trouble. they also learned of their fathers, and of them thou shalt learn ünderstanding.
SON OF SIRACH.
From Sidney's Press.
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"Sermons to young people; preached A. D. 1803, 1804, on the following "fubjects: Faith and practice. Enquiry concerning eternal life. Religion our "own choice. Indecifion in religion. The principle of virtue. God's glory "man's end and happiness. Encouragement to early feeking. Self-dedication. "Prayer. Obfervation of the Lord's day. The excellence of religion. The "happiness of life. The standard of honour. Good company recommended. "Caution against bad company. Caution against bad books. Frugality. Dif"fipation. The instability of life. Procraftination. Redemption of time. Re"flections en death. Judgment. The perfon and character of the Judge. The "fate of those who die in fin. The future bleffedness of the righteous."To which are added Prayers for young families. Alfo Sermons, I. On reli"gious education. II. Answer to the objection, that education in Religion "Mackles the mind. III. Reflections of the aged on the early choice of reli "gion. By JAMES DANA, D. D.”
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