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INSTRUCTIVE, MORAL, AND ENTERTAINING
FROM THE MOST EMINENT
BOOK I. II.
PRINTED FOR SHARPE AND HAILES,
A Deity proved from the creation and preservation of the
Objections to the being of a God refuted.. Bp. Watson. 15
Persian fable in illustration of the being of a God.
Historical proof of the being of a God Bp. Watson.
Creation, a proof of the divine goodness
The divine goodness apparent in the adaptation of the
Further proof of the divine goodness in the scale of
Conduct of Providence, however mysterious,
On the immortality of the soul...
Argument for a future state from analogy
Argument for a future state from tradition
Our imperfect knowledge of a future state
Degree of evidence that ought to be expected in matters
Instructive epitome of the Old Testament.... Phillips. 80
Antiquity and value of the book of Genesis. Bp. Watson. 82
Proofs of the divine legation of Moses Lord Forbes. 84
That the legation of Moses could not have been forged.
The Mosaic account of the origin of mankind, and of the
deluge, confirmed by reason and history. Sir IV. Jones. 95-
Difficulties in the history of the Old Testament, no argu-
ment against its authenticity..
Connection of the Old Testament with the
Anecdote of a learned Rabbi, confirming the
Historical evidence that Jesus Christ lived and was the
Very little required to prove the truth of the Christian re-
The divine mission of Jesus verified by three most singu-
The apparent unsuitableness of the means to the end, in
The power of working miracles, the proper accompani-
Credibility of miracles from human testimony.
The state of idolatry, and the conduct of Socrates and
other wise men respecting it, a proof of the necessity
Modern argument for the truth of Christianity, in the