Excerpt from The Complete Works of John M. Mason, D.D, Vol. 2 of 4
That these summary and oftentimes injuri ous decisions have been unprovoked on the part Of disputants, I shall not a?irm. On the contrary, I will fairly concede that the unfair ness, the heat, and the rudeness, which too frequently Occur in polemical writings, are most Offensive to the discreet reader and make him shy Of authors from Whom he may expect such entertainment.
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