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WITH REMARKS ON SOME SENTIMENTS ADVANCED
"THE AGE OF REASON.”
BY JEREMY BELKNAP,
FROM THE APOLLO PRESS, IN BOSTON
No. 8, DOCK-SQUARE.
CONTE N T S.
ON the nature of that evi dence by which the gofpel is fupported. TII
On the incomprehenfibility of fome things in the fyftem of nature, and its analogy, with fome truths of divine, revelation.
On the time fixed, in the book of Daniel, for the appearance of the Meffiah, the expectations of the Jews concerning him, and their divifion on this fubject.
IV. On the character of Jefus Chrift, and the writers of his life.
On the teftimony of the Roman Cen-turion, to the character of Jefus Chrift. VI..
On the circumstances attending the refurrection of Jesus Christ. VIIL
On the question, why the evidence of the refurrection of Jefus Chrift, refts entirely on the teftimony of his own difciples.
On the conféquences of the refurrec-. tion of Jefus Chrift, and the truths deducible from the certainty of that event...
ON THE NATURE OF THAT EVIDENCE BY WHICH THE GOSPEL IS SUPPORTED..
IT has been the fate of many
great and illuftrious characters, to be: mifreprefented; and to have different opinions formed of them by perfons of different parties and prejudices; but there never was a perfon on earth who has, for fo long a time been a fúbject of controverfy as JESUS CHRIST. The controversy has affumed various forms, and has been stimulated by various paffrons and interefts; but it has never been difcontinued, or, if filent awhile, it has broken out again from its re- ftraint.