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They have been still more disfigured by the corruptions of schismatizing followers, who have found an interest in sophisticating and perverting the simple doctrines he taught, by engrafting on them the mysticisms of a Grecian sophist, frittering them into subtleties, and obscuring them with jargon, until they have caused good men to reject the whole in disgust, and to view Jesus himself as an impostor.
Appearances of schismatizing from us have been entirely done away.
[schismatizing republicans] purchase the votes of federalists with a participation in honor and power. —
For what we know, it may be the providential means of uniting the whole Church in one, without fresh schismatizing or use of private judgment. "