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VIII.-THE HAPPINESS OP HAVING RELIGIOUS PARENTS, AND OTHER PIOUS RELATIVES.
XI. XII.-The cos.PEL THB. TRUE WAY OF SALVATION.
XV.- A RECOMMENDATION OF THINGS VIRTUOUS, Lovely, AND OP GOOD REPORT.
there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things
XVIII.-THE BENEFIT OF PEARING ALWAYS.
also this that this woman hath done, be told for a memorial of her
Sect. 1. Extracts out of these Epistles, for shewing the author's testimony to the Scriptures of the Old
and New Testament
Who those Greeks were who desired to see Jesus; and whether they were admitted ? John xii.
20, 21. Dissert. xxviii.
III. How to reconcile St. John's account concerning the time of our Saviour's Crucifixion with
that of the other Evangelists. Dissert. xxxii..
Chap. IV. The manner of embalming dead bodies among the Jews, and particularly that of our Saviour
6. Observations in the manner of corollary. Where is shewn the fault of St Peter, and St. Paul
Saviour's Resurrection; in a Letter to the Author
INDEX E S.
I. Greek Words Explained
II. Various Readings of Texts in the New Testament
III. Texts of Scripture Explained
Texts of Sermons in the Fifth Volume
IV. Authors, Sects, and Writings, whose History is written, and from which Extracts are made
An Alphabetical Table of Principal Matters