Morgians a Mohammedan sect, hold that faith without good works is sufficient to salvation. Gazali, a Mohammedan doctor, tells us that the Morgians expect that God will work everything in them, and affirm that sin does not hurt believers; works without faith signifying nothing. Shabi, another Mohammedan doctor, in his allusions to this sect, exhorts his disciples to be afraid of the threatenings of God, and not to behave like those who defer doing anything that is good, and hope to be saved notwithstanding. See Broughton, Hist. of Religion, 2:141; D'Herbelot, Biblioth. Orientale, s.v.

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