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CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
world— Brought to light by the Gospel.
rious— Internal marks.
2. Various readings-Sources of correction.
2. Mr. Hume's argument against miracles-Circumstan-
ces which render the testimony of the Apostles cre-
of Jesus are narrated-No opposite testimony.
prodigies and miracles mentioned in history- Dura-
John xi. Exhibition of character— The historian- The other
Apostles— The family of Lazarus-Our Lord—Resurrec-
SECT. I. Antiquity and integrity of the books of the Old Tes.
ceived interpretation of the prophecies.
Magnificence and extent of the system of prophecy–Jesus the
object of the old prophecies, and the author of new ones-
Resurrection of Christ an essential fact in the history of his re-
ligion-Evidence upon which it rests-Evidence of it in
signed by Mr. Gibbon considered.
3. Rank and character of some of the early Converts to
4. Measure of the effect produced by the means em-
ployed in propagating the Gospel— Objections
Inspiration not impossible— Three degrees of it--Necessary
to the Apostles for the purposes of their mission-Promised
Sect. 1. The Gospel a republication of Natural Religion
Mistakes occasioned by the use of this term.
sequent upon the revelation of this method.
Difficulties to be expected-Extent of our knowledge.