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Prophets had tbe Inspiration of the Holy Ghoff. p. 233
Prophefy not inconsistent with Wisdom.

235
Prophesies not variable according to the Prophets Paffions.

236
Pagions not the Cause of Prophefy.

ib.
Vain Opinions not mixed with Prophesy.

237
More in Prophesy than Fancy and Well-meaning 238
First Notion of Miracles not from the Jews.

241
No immutable chain of Nature.

242
God's Providence better than Fatality.

243
God a wise Governour, witbout fatal Laws.

244
Miracles not Occurrences, which the Vulgar do not under-
stand.

ib.
Miracles do not make Men doubt of a God.

245
False Miracles no Argument against true ones. 246
Instances of the Jews and Solomon, confideredo 248
Miracles not naturally come to pass.

249
Difficulties of the Deluge accounted for.

254
Remarks on tbe late Theories, &c.

ib.
Tradition in all Nations of a Deluge,

260
That the Deluge was possible.

263
Figure IV.

270
The Israelites did not pass round the Head of tbe Sinus. 280
The Waters did not stand erect.

ib.
Not beat back by a natural Wind.

28.
Alexander's passing the Pamphylian Streightsno pa
rallel.

282
I be Ægyptian Tradition groundlefs.

283
The Jewith the best of all political Laws.

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285
The extraordinary Mercifulness of them.

286
The great Wisdom in them.

287
Objections against particular Lamps answered.

288
Jewish Rites not derived from the Ægyptian. 295
Circumcision not from the Ægyptians.

296
Nor Urim and T bammin.

297
Priests

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Priests Linen Garments not from Ægypt.

P-300

Nor the Cherubim.

300
Nor the Ark.

302
Feafts of the New Moons, not Ægyptian.

304
Nor Washings.

ib.
Nor the Temple.

305
Other Nations have Customs like the Jewish.

307
Jews far from being Anthropomorphites.

310
Hebrew Langnage as well expresses the Nature of God, as
the Scholaftical.

311
Expiation consistent with the Mercy of God.

317

T be Origin of Sacrifices from antieht Revelations. 319

God's Honour to be considered in the Mediatorship. 321

What is meant by Satisfaction.

323
A vicarions Punishment not unjuft.

325

Cbrift, tho' God, might suffer.

No Incongruity in the Doctrine of Chriff's Interceffion. 327

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2d Psalm, a Propbehy of Christ.

P. 371

72d Pfalm, a Prophehy of Christ.

374

110th Pfalm, a Propbehy of Christ.

375

Prophesy of the Call of the Gentiles verified in Chrift. 378

Call of the Gentiles, no random Guess of the Prophets. 382

Glory of the second Temple, Hag. ii. 7. a Prophet of
Cbrift.

ib.
The 520 and 538 Chapters of Isaiah, a Propbeh of Christ.

386
The Monarchies and Weeks in Daniel's Prophefies of Christ.

388

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Pharisees, no Prevarication. p. 462

Case of Apoftolick and Popish Miracles different.

463
Doctrine of the Messias before the Captivity.

465
Not owing to the Jewish Gematria.

ib.
Nation of a temporal Messias did not farther the Gospel.

466

Millennium, no Apoftolick Do£trine.

Christians Prayers better than the Heathens, 469

No Saucinefs to pray to God.

470
Prayer for Rain, not for a Miracle.

ib.
Christians think not to weary God by Prager.

470
Not to flatter bim by T banksgiving.

472
Mortification a reasonable Duty.

474
Polygamy npt lawful from the Praktice of the Ancients,

467

476
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Nor from the Pra{tice of the Barbarousa
Forbid by Christianity, because too carnal.

ib
More Comfort in single Marriage.

ib.

Affe Etions of the married do not naturally wear off by Age.478

Nor by the Speedy Decay of Feminine Beauty.

ib.
Objection against Polygamy, from the Slavery of fucla Wives.'

479
. From the Equality of Males and Females.

ib.
Unreasonableness of Arbitrary Divorces.

481
Humility and Meekness moral Virtues.

483

Spinosa's Argument against Christianity answered. 485

And Machiavel's.

ib.

Turning the Cheek metaphoric al.

487

To forgive Injuries reasonable.

ib.

Not impossible.

Chrift did not absolutely forbid Law-fuits.

Repentance not only Sorrow.

491

Repentance not so troublesome as Sin,

492

Daily Repentance reasonable.

Sorrow of Repentance rational,

493

Doctrine of Grace vindicated.

495

Şacra,

488

489

ib.

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