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CH A P. XII. Of the Person of our Blessed Saviour. Our Bleffed Saviour's undeniable Innocence and Holiness of Life, p. 230. Judas himself gayr Testimony to it
, p. 232. The Prophecies concerning the Birth of the Melias, fulfilled in him, p. 236. The Prophecies concerning his life fulfilled, p. 245: The Prophecies concerning his Death fulfilled, p. 247, and those concerne ing bis Resurrection and Afcenfion,
P. 252, 259. CH:A P. XIII. Of the Propberies and Miracles of our Blessed
Saviour. Our Saviour foretold the Treachery of Judas, and the manner of his own Death, p. 253 The Propagation of his
gron, ibid, the circumstances of it, and the Prodigies attending it,
p. 254. His Miracles verified the Prophecies which s had been concerning the Messias,
p. 256. CHA P. XIV. of the Refurrection of orir Blessed Saviour. The Resurrection of our Blesed Saviour prophesied of, and typified, p. 259, The Apostles, who were Witnesses
of our Saviour's Resurrection, could not be deceived themselves in it, p. 261. They would not deceive others, p. 279. They alledged such Gircumstances as made it imposible for them to deceive, ibid.
CHA P. XV. i Of the Apostles and Evangelifts. The Apostles were Men of sufficient Understanding, ta
know what they teftified, p. 276. They had suficiext Means and Opportunities to know it, ibid. They were Mer of Integrity, and truly declared what they knew; for they had no worldly Interest to serve, by their Testimony, but suffered by it, and had a certain prospet" of fuffering, p. 277. There are peculiar marks of Since rity in all their Writings,
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C H A P. XVI. Of the Prophecies and Miracles the Apo
Atles, &c. Of their Prophecies, p. 287. Of their. Miracles, p. 289,
The Miracles wrought by the Apostles themselves, p. 290,
A Power of working Miracles comunicated by them to others, p. 294 Their fupernatural Courage and Res solution, p. 298. This likewise was communicated to their Followers,
P. 302, &c. C HA P. XVII, Of the Writings of the Apostles and Evangelists. The History of our Saviour's Life and Death contains $ notorious and publöck Circumftances, that it was an Appeal to that Agea whether the things related were true or not, p. 307. The other Books of ihe New TestaFrient are explicatory and confequential to the Gospel; ör Hiftory of Christ ; and besides, these likewife contain many memorable and publick Matters of Fait, p. 313.
The Gospel, and other Books of the New Testament, cited by Authors contemporary with the Apoftles, aid own'd for genuine both by the Jews and Heathen, p. 315.
Many of the Eye-witnesses to the Miracles of our Savijour and his Apofles liv'd to a great Age, ibid. The chief Points of the Christian Religion were testifi'd in Apologies written from time to time to.the Heathen Esse perors, dizisinin
1.P. 316. ..
CHA P. XVIII. Of the Doctrines containi'd in the Holy Scrip
tures. The Christian Religion teaches yn universal Righteousness
both towards God and Man, p. 319. The Scriptures propound to us the only true Principles of Holinefs, P: 320. The Christian Religion proposes the most effetuál Motives to Obedience and Holiness of Life,p. 321.
It affords the greatest Helps and Asiftances to a Holy Life, p. 323. It expresses the greatest Compassion and Condescension to our Infirmities, ibid, The Propagation of the Gospel has ever had great effects towards the Reformation and Happiness of Mankind, p. 325. The highest Mysteries of the Christian Religion are not meerly Speculative, but have a necessary Relation to PraEtice, for the Advartcement of Piety and Vertue amongst Men,
p. 328, &c. PART III. Hat there is no other Divine Revelation,
but that contained in the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament,
C H A P. 4. The Novelty of the Heathen Religions. The Pretences of the Ægyptians to Antiquity examir'd, ...p. 332. Of the Chaldæans, p. 334. óf the Chineses,
CHA P. II. Of the Defe& in the Promulgation of the Hea
then Religions. The Heathen Religions never extant in Books to be pub
lickly read, p. 343. Every Country had its peculiar Deities. They prevaild only by the Temporal Power. Though the Heathen more in Number, yet the Religion of Christians more promulg'd."
p. 344 CH A P. III. Of the Defect of the Prophecies and Miracles
of the Heathen Religions. Of the Oracles of the Heathen, p. 344. That they were uncertain and ambiguous, p: 346. But they could not be all counterfeit, P: 347: The Ceßation of Oracles
p. 336, &c.
gradual, p. 348. Their Miracles never wrought to confirm any sound and useful Doctrine, p. 351. The Confessions of the False Gods, when they were adjur'd by Christians,
p. 352. C HA P. IV. The Defect, in point of Doctrine, in the Hea
then Religions. The Theology of the Heathen absurd, p. 353. Their Rem
ligious Worsbip wicked and impious, p. 355. Human Sacrifices customary' in all Heathen Nations, p. 359, &c. No Body of Laws, nor Rules of Good Life, propos'd by their Oraclés, p. 363. ' but Idolatry and Wickedness approïd and recommended by them,
P. 363. CH A P. V. Of the Philosophy of the Heathen.' The Heathen Philosophy very defective and erroneous,
p. 364. Whatever there is of Excellency in the PhiloSophy of the Heathen, is owing to Revelation, p. 367. If the Heathen Philosophy had been as certain and as excellent as it can be pretended to be, yet there had been great need of a Divine Revelation,
P: 384 C H A P. VI. The Novelty and Defečt in the Promulgation of the Mabometa Religion,
CHA P. VII. The want both of Prophecies and Miracles in the Mahometan Religion,
p. 391. CH A P. VIII. The Alcoran is false, absurd, and immoral,p, 393.
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CHA P. IX.
Of Mabomet. That he was Luftful, Proud, and Cruet, appears from the Alcoran it self,
P. 397, 398.
C H A P. I.
Truth of the Christian Religion, as there' is of the Being of God,
P. 400. CH'A P. II.
The Resolution of Faith. The Scriptures confider'd, (1.) As Historically true :
(2.) As to their Doctrine, which concerns Eternal Salvation, p. 404, 405. From both thefe Confiderations, it follows, that they are infallibly True, p. 406. In many cases, there is as much cause to believe what we know from others, as what we see and experience our selves, p. 407. And thus it is in the present case, concerning the Resolution of Faith, p. 410. The Evidence of Sense, and of Human Testimony in this case, compared, p. 412. The Certainty of both ultimately refolu'd into the Divine Veracity, &c. ibid. An Obama jection from John xx. 29. answer'd, p. 415. The Truth of the Christian Religion, evident even to a De monstration,