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Such Change of the Deity not voluntary.
p. 23 Nor necessary.
ib. Such a Changeableness contrary to the Attributes of God.
25 Answer to Argument 5.
26 No Conftat of the Sphericalness of the Univerfe.
27 That no Argument of a perpetual Motion.
ib, Motion of Bodies in Contiguity, with Bodies not infinite.
28 Sphericalness does not infer Infinity of Duration. 29 Arguments against the Eternity of the World.
30 Arg. 1. From the Nature of Putrification.
ib. Arg. 2. From the sinking of Hills.
32 No new-Hills raised which are considerable.
39 The probable Number of Men in the World.
41 The World increafed more formerly than now. 43 I his proved by Scripture and Reafon.
44 Arg. 4. From History and the late Invention of Arts. 45 No confiderable Arts loft, and revived again. Mankind could not, as the Theists pretend, bave been without Writing from all Eternity.
ib. Tbe Progress in the Art of Writing, and the no extraor
dinary Difficulty in its Invention. Excessive Computations, no Argument of the Eternity of tbe World.
52 Answer to the Argument from the late Communication of the Divine Goodness.
54 The fixed Stars probably no Part of the Mofaick Crea tion.
55 Gen. iii. 16. explained.
ib Obje&ions against this Interpretation answered.
58 This Interpretation not prejudicial to Religion.
Light before the Sun is the clearing up of the Chaos. p. 65
compared with the Mosaical.
Man had sufficient Asistance.
p. 113 This Miscarriage was repaired by God's Mercy afterwards.
114 The Relation of the two Trees not ridiculous. IS Difficulties about the Rivers of Eden removed. 117 Moses did not give Account of the Rivers to find out Paradise by.
118 The Reasonableness of the probative Precept.
119 The Prohibition of an Apple more proper than any thing elfe.
ib. The Tranfgreffion of our first Parents no grifling Ofence.
122 The Difficulties of original Sin removed.
124 The curfing the Ground no Reflection upon the Deity. 127 Nor the Cirse of the Serpent.
128 The Meaning of their Eyes were opened.
129 No Absurdity in the Relation of the Fig-leaves and the Skins,
131 The Difficulties of the Cherubim, and the flaming Sword, removed,
133 The Histort of the Fall not Allegorical.
135 Such a Supposition would defroy all History,
ib, Mofes a plain Writer.
136 Had no Design like the Heathen Philofopbers to serve by an Allegory.
142 Of the Barrenness of the Earth,
They and the Philosophers wanted a true End of their