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FOUR BOOKS ON IMMORTALITY.
TO WHICH IS APPENDED,
“ WHO WILL LIVE FOR EVER?”
AN EXAMINATION OF LUKE XX. 36 :
REJOINDERS TO THE REV. E. WHITE,
REV. W. MORRIS.
BY JOHN HOWARD HINTON, M.A.
HOULSTON AND STONEMAN,
65. PATERNOSTER ROW.
THE W Y RR
ASTOR, LENOX AND TILDEN FOLKDATIONS.
J. HADDON, PRINTER, CASTLE STREET, FINSBURY.
The work now presented to the public consists of a review of several publicans which have issued from the press within the last fifteen years, so far as they affect and impugn the doctrine of Man's Natural Immortality. All these productions treat of Future Punishment, but I have designedly avoided that question, and every topic directly relating to it; and I trust I have not, by such a course, done any injustice, either to the authors whose writings I have handled, or to the truth.
The doctrines of Immortality and of Future Punishment are indeed connected, and in such manner connected that the latter cannot be thoroughly discussed without involving the former; but they are, at the same time, sufficiently distinct to allow of the investigation of the former apart from the latter. Such a method is, in fact, the most advantageous. The