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I. A TREATise concerNING Religious I W. ConcerNING THE PERs everancz or
Affections. - SAINTs.
il. NARRAtive of SURPRIsiNa Coxver- || VI. ON the Notion of the PRE-Exist-
st oxs. Exce of Christ's HUMAN Socl.
III. Thoughts ox rhe Revival in New | VII. Mysteries of Scripture.
ENGLAND. VIII. Observations Upox PART1cdl...As
IV. An ATTEMPT to promote Explicit Passages of ScriptCRs.
Agreexint in Extraordinary | IX. Theological QUEstions.
PRAYsm. X. Six Occasional SERMons.
N E W - Y O R K :
PUBLISHED BY LEAVITT & ALLEN,
379 B R O A.D W A Y.
CONTENTS OF WOL. III.
1 A TREATISE CONCERNING RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS, IN THREE PARTS, PAGE PART I. Concerning the nature of the Affections, and their importance in Reigion . - - - - - - - - ... 1 PART II. Showing what are no certain Signs that Religious Affections are truly gracious, or that they are not. - - - - - PART III. Showing what are distinguishing Signs of truly gracious and holy Affections - - - - - -
II. NARRATIVE OF SURPRISING CONVERSIONs . - . 231
III. THOUGHTS ON THE RF VIVAL OF RELIGION IN NEW ENGLAND, 1740.
Advertisement - - - - - - - - . 274 The Author's Preface - - - - - - - . 275 PART I. Showing that the extraordinary Work that has of late been going on in the land, is a glorious Work of God - - - . 27PART II. Showing the Obligations that all are under to acknowledge, sejoice i:1, and promote this Work, and the great danger of the contrary PART III. Showing, in many lnstances, wherein the Subjects, or zealous Promoters of this Work, have been injuriously blamed . - - 333 PART IV. Showing what things are to be corrected or avoided in promoting this Work, or in our behavior under it . - - - - , 349 PART V. Showing positively, what ought to be done to promote this Work . 405
IV. A HUMBLE ATTEMPT TO PROMOTE EXPLICIT AGREEMENT, &c.
PART I. The text opened; and an Account of the Affair proposed - . 429 PART II. Motives to a Compliance with what is proposed - - . 43G, PART III. Objections Answered . - - - - - . 465 Conclusion . - - - - - - - - . 505 W. CONCERNING THE PERSEVERANCE OF SAINTS. - . 509
VI. REASONS AGAINST DR. WATT'S NOTION OF THE PRE-EXISTENCE OF CHRIST's HUMAN soul . - - . 533
VII. MYSTERIES OF SCRIPTURE . - - - . 537
VIII. OBSERVATIONS UPON PARTICULAR PASSAGES OF SCRIPTURE - - - - - - - - . 547
IX. THEOLOGICAL QUESTIONS - - - - . 554
X. SIX OCCASIONAL SERMONS
SERMON I. The Church's Marriage to her Sons, and her God . - . 559