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their Deltrine to mens fanctification. Hon the Churches testimony of the Disciples Miracles and Do&trine is proved. 1. By most credible Humane Testimony: 2. By such as hath Natural Evidence of Certainty: 3. By some further Divine attestation. The way or Means of the Churches attestation and Tradition. The Scriptures proved the same which the Apostles delivered, and the Churches received. How we may know the 4th part of the Spirits Testimony, viz. The Successes of Chriftian Doctrine to mens fanctification: What Sanctification is, and the acts or parts of it. Confectaries,

from p. 302. to 350 .

CHAP. VIII. Of some other subfervient and Collateral Arguments for the ChriStian Verity,

350 CHAP. IX. Tet Faith hash many Difficulties to overcome : What they are, and what their Causes,

365 CHAP. X. The Intrinsecal Difficulties in the Christian Faith resolved: or 24 Objections against Christianity answered,

371, to 424 CHAP. XI. The Extrinsecal Difficulties, or 16 anore Objections resolved, 424

CHAP. XII. The reasonable Conditions required of them, who will overcome

the Difficulties of Believing, and will not undoe themselves by wilful Infidelity,

444 The summ of all in an Addrese tn God, 453,457

CHAP. XIII. Confectaries. 1. What Party of Christians Mould we joyn with, or be of, seeing they are divided into so many Seats?

464 CHA P. XIV. II. Of the true Interest of Christ and bis Church, and the Souls

of Men, of the means to promote it, and its Enemies and Impediments in the World: (Wbich being only named in brief Propositions, Mould be the more heedfully perused, by those that dare pretend the Interest of Religion and the Church, for the proudest, or the most dividing practices; and those which mit directly hinder the succesefull preaching of the Gospel, the puie Worshipping of God, and the saving of Mens Souls.) 466.

The

The Conclusion, (or an Appendix )

defending the Souls Immortality',
against the Somatists, or Epicureans,
and other Pseudo-philosophers.

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OBJECTION I.
-Atter and Motion only may do all that which you ascribe
to Souls,

p. 495
OBJECT. II.
By Sense, Imagination, Cogitation, Reason, you cannot prove the

Soul to be incorporeal, and immortal, because the Bruits par-
take of all these,

523
OBJECT. III.
Humane Souls are but Forms: and Forms are but the qualities

or modes of Substances; and therefore periße wohen separated
from Bodies,

535
OBJECT. IV.
Tbe Soul is material, and consequently mortal, because it dependeth
upon matter in its Operations, and therefore in its Elince, 539

OBJECT V.
No immaterial Substance moveth that which is material, as.a

principle of its Operations, but the Soul so moveth the Bo-
dy: Ergo-

54.0
OBJECT. VI.
I be Soul in our sleep atieth irrationaly, according to the fortui-
s tous morion of the spirits,,
- Ergo-

543
OBJECT. VII.
Reason is no proof of the Souls Immateriality, because Sense (which
the Bruits have) is the more perfect apprehension, 543

OBJECT. VIII.
Sensation and Intelle&tim are' borb but Reception : The.Palivity
therefore of the Soul doth Shew its Materiality,

544
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