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matic revelation, 9-12: for (1) The infallibility can be
established only by reason, and (2) The evidence depends
partly on the contents of the revelation, 10. Examples, 10–11.
But there may be doctrines beyond the range of our faculties,
Statement of principles, 11-12.
by the whole analogy of our nature, 36-37.
(c) Testimony of the Religious Element to doctrines, 37-45 :
Proposition stated, 37. The satisfaction of an inward want
an evidence of truth, 37–38 ; for (1) it follows from what
has been said about the Religious Element; and (2) the
proposition is supported by the facts of consciousness, 38-41.
Objections : (1) beliefs maintaining themselves in this way
may be mere prejudices, 41 ; but (a) they are more persistent,
(6) they tend to recur, (c) they are felt to have a divine claim
Traditional view, 82-89: Ca nolic dogma, 82-83; doctrine of
the Church of England, 83-84; doctrine of the Westminster