Excerpt from A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms; A Comprehensive View of Every Article in the System of Divinity; An Impartial Account of All the Principal Denominations Tss numerous and extensive editions of Buck's Theological Dictionary published both in England and in this country since its first appearance, together with the continued and increasing demand, suficiently attest the estimate in which the work is held by the Christian public. The judgment. Ind candour, and impartiality evinced by the Author in the selection and compilation o the articles. Embracing. As they do. The wide field of Theo] didactic and golemic. Ecclesiastical Polity. Church History. Moral and Metaphysical osoph and iblical Literature. Together with a copious list of refer ences to the most valuab e authorities in each department, are universally acknowledged. So far as the merit of sterling utility can entitle any book to favourable acceptance, the Dictionary of Mr. Buck esents claims which will not be contested. As a theological and ecclesiastical manna embodying a vast amount of useful information in a moderate compass. And clearly and judiciously arranged. It would not be easy to designate its an nor.
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