91 AN
To prove, That the
Abolishing of CHRISTIANITY
May, as Things now stand, be attended with some Inconveniencies, and perhaps, not produce those many good Effects proposed thereby.

Written in the Year 1708.

IAM very sensible what a Weak ness and Presumption it is, to reason against the general Humour and Disposition of the World. I remember it was with great Justice, and a due Regard to the Freedom both of the Publick and the Press, forbidden upon severe Penalties to write or discourse, or lay Wa-gers