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REV. RICHARD BAXTER.
THE REASONS OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION; MORE REASONS
FOR THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
THE SECOND PART.
fore-mentioned evidences are brought to our cer-
tain knowledge. How we know the antecedent
prophetical testimony, and the constitutive, inhe-
rent evidence. How we know the concomitant
testimony of miracles: 1. By human testimony.
2. By evidence of natural certainty. 3. By
divine attestation in the testifier's miracles. The
proofs of that divine attestation with the wit-
nesses: 1. In the holy constitution of their souls
and doctrine: 2. In their miracles and gifts :
3. In the success of their doctrine to men's sanc-
tification, How the church's testimony of the