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the Principal things handled in this WORK: According to the feveral Sections of each BOOK.

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7 Sect. V. That God is eter

nal omnipotent, omnifcient, and abfolutely good. ibid. Sect. VI. That God is the Author and Caufe of all things. 8 Sect. VII. Answer to that Objection concerning the cause of evil. 12 Sect. VIII. Against the Opinion of two Principles or caufes of things.

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Sect. IX. That God doth

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an ignominious death.
ibid.

31

33

Sect. XVIII. And that Sect. III. And was put to
now there is fuch liber-
ty in offending.
Sect. XIX. Infomuch that
good Men are oppref-
fed.
32
Sect. XX. The fame Ar-
gument is retorted to
prove that the Soulfur-
vives the Body.
Sect. XXI. Which is pro-
ved by Tradition. ib.
Se&.XXII. Against which
no contrary reafon can
be brought. 34
Sect. XXIII. Many Rea-
fors may be alledged
for it.
36
Sect. XXIV. Whence it
follows that the end of
all fhall be Man's Hap-
piness after this Life.

4I

Sect. V.The caufe whereof
was, for that in his life

time there were Mira-
cles done by him, 42
Sect. VI. Which Mira-
cles were not wrought
either by the help of
Nature, or affistance
of the Devil, but meer-
ly by the Divine Power
of God.
43
Set, VII. Chrift's Refur-
rection proved by ter-
dible Reasons. 46
Sect. VIII. Answer to the
Objection, that the Re-
furrection feems impof-
fible.
Sect. IX.The Resurrection
of Jefus being granted,
the Truth of his Do-
Elrine is confirmed. 51
Sect. X. Chriftian Reli-
gion preferred before
all others.
52

50

Seft. L. To prove of Sect XI. For excellency

the

Truth

of reward.

37

Sect. XXV. Which to ob-
the

ib.

tain, men must get
true Religion.

The Contents of the
Second Book.

Se&t. IV. Yet afterward
was worshipped by pru-
dent and godly Men.

Christian Religion. 39
Sect. II. Here is fhewn
that Jefus lived. 40

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Sect. XII. Answer to an
Objection, that Bodies,

once

55

57

once dead,cannot be re-
vived again.
Sect. XIII. The excellen-
cy of Holy Precepts gi
ven for the Warfhip of
God.
Sect. XIV. Concerning
the Offices of Humani-
ty, which we owe unto
our Neighbour.
Sect. XV. Of the Con-
junction of Man and
Woman.

бо

61

Sect. XVI. Touching the The Contents of the
ufe of Temporal goods.
Third Book.

63

72

first taught this Reli-
gion.
Sect. XXIII. What great
impediments there were
that might terrifie men
from the embracing or
the profeffing hereof.

66
Sect. XX. The excellen-
cy of Chriftian Reli-
gion is further proved
from the Dignity of
the Author. 68
Sect. XXI. Alfo from the
wonderful Spreading of
this Religion. 70
Sect. XXII. Confidering
the meekness and fim-
plicity of them that

74

Sect. XXIV. Aufwer to
them that require more
forcible Reafons. 77

Sect. XVII. Of Smear. Sect. I. Tomovit

Matters.

ing.
65
Sect. XVIII. Of other
ibid.
Sect. XIX. Answer to an
Objection, touching the
Controverfies abound-
ing among Chriftians.

prave the
Authority of
the Books of the New

Covenant.

79

Sect. II. Here is shewn
that fuch Books were
written by the Au-
thors, whofe Names
they have perfixed., 80
Sect. III. Some Books
were anciently doubt-
ed of.
81
Sect. IV. The Authority
of fuch Books as have
no Titles, is proved
from the quality of the
Writers.
Sect. V. Thefe Pen-men
writ the Truth, be
cause they had certain

82

R 2 know-

knowledge of what they

writ

83

85

Sect. VI. As also because
they would not lye.
Sect. VII. A Confirmati-
on of the fidelity of
thefe Authors from the
Miracles which they
wrought.
Sect. VIII. The Truth of
the Writings confirm-
ed from hence, that
many things are found
there which the event

86

bath proved to be di- Sect. I. A Confutati-

Particular

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outward Teftimonies,
which make more for
thefe Books.
96
Sect. XV. Answer to the
Objection, that the
Scriptures were chan

98

ged.

Sect. XVI.For the Autho-

rity of the Books of the

Old Teftament. 101

The

Contents of the
Fourth Book.

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on of the Religions oppo-

fite to Chriftianity.105

Sect. II. And firft of Pa-
ganism, that there is
but one God. Created
Spirits are good or
bad: the good not to
be honoured, but as the
most high God directs.

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Sect. V. Against wor-

Shipping of Stars and The Contents of the

Elements.

III

Fifth Book.

Sect. VI. Against wor-

112

Jews,

Thipping of Brute- Sect. I. A Refutation of
Sect. VII. Against wor- beginning witha Speech
Shipping of things that
unto them, or prayer
are no Subftances. 113 for them.
125
Sect. VIII Answer to the Sect. II. The Jews ought
Argument of the Gen-
to account the Mira-

tiles, taken from Mi-

racles done among them

114

cles of Chrift fuffici-

ently proved... 129

Set. III. And not believe
that they were done by
the help of Devils.
127

Sect. IX. And from Ora-
cles

117

122

Sect. X. Paganifm decay-
ed of its own accord, fo
foon as humane Aid
ceased.
118

Sect. XI. Answer to the

Opinion of fome that

think the beginning

and decay of Religions

depend upon the efficacy

of the Stars.

Sect. XII. The chief

Points of Chriftianity

are approved of by the

Heathen: and if there

be any thing that is

120

Sect. IV. Or by the Pow-

er of Words and Sylla-

bles.

Sect. V. The Miracles of

Jefus were Divine, be-

cause he taught the

worship of one God, the

Maker of the World.

ib.

Sect. VI. Answer to the

Objection, taken from

the difference between

the Law of Mofes and

of Chrift, where is

fhewn that a more per-

fect Law than that of

Mofes might be given.

hard to be believed

therein, the like, or

worse, is found among

the Pagans.

122

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