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REMARKS ON SCEPTICISM,
ESPECIALLY AS IT IS
CONNECTED WITH THE SUBJECTS
ORGANIZATION AND LIFE.
Answer to the Wiews
M. BICHAT, SIR T. C. MORGAN, AND MR. LAWRENCE,
UPON THOSE POINTS.
REV. THOMAS RENNELL, A.M.
VICAR OF KENSINGTON,
AND CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.
PRINTED FOR F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON,
NO. 62, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD,
AND NO. 3, WATERLOO-PLACE, PALL-MALL.
HAVING Witnessed with much regret a considerable advance of Sceptical principle upon the subjects of ORGANIZATION and LIFE, I have considered it my duty, from the office which I hold in the University of Cambridge, to call the attention of the Public to the mischievous tendency of such opinions. The treatises, which I have been induced to notice, strike deep at the root of all Religion, both natural and revealed, and, as I have been lately informed upon the best authority, upon the minds of many they have had a considerable effect. To detect the fallacies, and expose the misrepresentations which appear in these publications, and to reconcile the views of the Philosopher and the Christian, is the design of the following Remarks.