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diate Revelation to every one in particular, Ibid. II. Prophecies and Miracles are the most fitting and proper means for God to discover and reveal himself ta the World by, p. 21. (1.) Concerning Prophecies, ibid. (2) Concerring Miracles, p. 26. ir. Divine Rever lations must be supposed to be preserved in the World by Writings, p. 33. IV, They must be of great Antiquir ty, p. 34: V. They must be fully published and promulged,
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confiderable to prove them to be of Divine Revelation, p. 35, 36. They give an account of Divine Re velations made from the beginning of the World, p. 37 What Moses relates of things before his own time, is certainly true; and must have been discovered to be false, if it had been fo,
Ages, there has fil been fufficient Means and frequent Opportunities for all Nations to come to the knowledge of it, p. 59. (1.) The Law of Moses did particularly provide for the instruction of other Nations in the Revealed Religion, ibid. (2.) The Providence of * God did fo order and dispose of the Jews, that orher
Nations vind frequent opportunities of becoming instructed in the True Religion, p. 73." Testimonies of the Heathen coneerning the Jews, and their Religion, p. 95. There have eter been divers Memorials and Remena brances of the True Religion itming the Hearben, p. 100
Of the Sibylline Oracles, p. 106. The Gospel had been preached in China and America, before the late Difcoveries, p. 113, 114., The Confessions b th of Proteftants and Papists, as to this matter," p. 119. Christigns in all parts of the World, p. 127. 'A Seet called, The Good Followers of the Messiah, at Constantinople; p. 122. Though great part of the World are Still Unbelievers, yet there is no Nation but has grea, opportunities of being converted, p.
128. ' The
case particular Persons confidered,
p. 129 CHA P. IIL.
Of Moses and Aaron. The Sincerity of Mofes in his Writings, p: 132: He was
void of Ambition, p. 135. Aaron and He had no contrivance between themselves to impose upon the People,
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Of the Pentateuch. The Pentateuch written by Moses, 'p.(137: _The great
impartiality visible in these Books, p. 138. The Book of Genefas an Introduction to thereft, ibid. The principal Points of the History of the Fewus; confeßid bythe Heathen,
( .. p. 139, 140, Oro uo. É HA P...V.. priesto Of the Predictions or Prophecies contained in
the Book of Mofes. The Promise of the Messias, p. 141. The Predittdons of C: Noah, ibid. The Promises made in Abraban; p. 172. 14. The Prophecies of Isaac, Sa p. 143. Of Jacob, 144. Of Balaam, p. 145. Of. Mofes,
P. 146,&c. C HA P: VI. Of the Miracles wrought by Mofes. I. The Miracles and Matters of Fait contained in the Books of Moses; as they are there related to have been
done, were at first sufficiently attested, p. 153: II. The Relations there set down, are a true Account of the Miracles wrought by Moses, and such as we may depend upon, p. 167. For, (1.) These thtngs could not be feigned by Moses and Aaron, and others concerned with them in carrying on such a Defign, ibid. (2.) The Miracles could not be feigned, nor the Books of Moses invented or falfified by any particular Man, nor by any confederacy or combinati.n of Men, after the death of Mofes, p. 169. (3.) The Pentateuch could not be invented nor falsified by the joint consent of the whole Nation, either in Moses's time, or after it, p. 182. Of what consequence the Proof of the Divine Authority of the Pentateuch is towards the proving the rest of the Scriptures to be of the fame Authority,
CH A P. VII. Of Joshua, and the Judges; and of the Miracles
and Prophecies under their Government. Joshua, the Author of the Book under his name, p. 189.
The Book of Judges written by Samuel, p. 190. The Waters of Jordan divided, p. 191. The Males. Circumcifed, at the first cuming into Canaan, and thereby disabled for War, contrary to all humane Policy, p. 192. The Walls of Jericho thrown down, and the Prophecy concerning them, ibid. The Integrity of Joshua, p. 193. Of Eli, p. 194. Of Samuel.
ibid. CHA P. VIII. Of the People of Israel, under their Kings. From the Revolt of the Ten Tribes, an Argument for the
Truth of the Law of Moses. Prophets in the Kingdoms both of Israel and Judah,
p. 195 CHA P. IX. Of the Prophets, and their U’ritings. The kinds of Prophecy amongst the Jerus, p. 196. The Freedom and Courage of the Prophets, and the Reverence
, paid to them even by bad Princes, p. 197. They laid down their Lives, in confirmation of their Prophecies, p. 198. Many of their Prophecies fulfilled during their own Lives, p. 199. Their Prophecies committed to Wrja ting, ibid. They (as well as the Law) were carefully preserved, during the Captivity in Babylon, p. 201. The Books of the former änd of the latter Prophets ; the Books of Samuel, by whom written, p. 202. The Books of Chronicles, and of Kings, .by whom written, ibid. of the Psalms. Moses and the Prophets comprehend the whole Old Testament, p. 204, 205. The Hebrew
Tongue sufficiently understood by the Jews, when they returned from Babylon, p. 205. The Scriptures could not be corrupted afterwards,
P. 207, CH A P: X. of the Prophecies and Miracles of the
Prophets. Josiah prophesied of by Name, long before his Birth; the
circumstances of that Prophecy, p. 209. The fulfilling pf Elijah's Prophecies, p. 211. The Confession of Julian the Apoftate, p. 212. Dizers Other Prophecies and Miracles, ibid. Cyrus prophesied of by Name, · long before his Birth, p. 215. Jeremiah's Prophecies
of the Destruction of Jerusalem, p. 217: The Contra di&tion which was then thought to be betwixt the Prophecies of Jeremiah and Ezekiel, a manif It proof of the truth of the Prophecies of them both, p. 219. Other plain Prophecies fulfilled, p. 220. These Prophecies and Miracles manifestly , true,
p. 224 C H A P. XI. Of the dependence of the several Parts of the Scriptures upon each other, and that the Old Testament proves the New, and the New again proves the old, as the Cause and the Effect,