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NATURAL AND REVEALED
IN TWO VOLUMES.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED,
An ESSAY on the best Method of communicating religious Knowledge to the Members of Christian Societies, .
N examination of the evidence of feveral mi
wrought for other purposes than the confirmation
of the Jewish and christian revelations. page I
CHAP. VII. A view of the principal Objections to
the Jewish and christian revelations.
Sec. I. Various objections respecting the Old Tefta-
Sec. II. Of the Objection to revelation from the fup-
pofed Infpiration of the fcriptures, and others of
Sec. III. Some objections which more nearly affect the
proper evidence of revelation, especially refpecting
the antient and prefent state of the belief of it.
Sec. IV. Mifcellaneous objections to the fyftem of reve-
APPENDIX, containing an essay on the analogy be-
tween the methods by which the perfection and happi-
ness of men are promoted, according to the difpenfa-
tions of natural and revealed religion.
PART III. Containing a view of the Doctrines of
CHAP. I. What we learn from the Scriptures
Sec. II. Of the moral attributes of God.
Sec. III. Of the goodness of God.
Sec. I. Of the duty of man with respect to God.
Sec. II. Of the focial duties.
Sec. III. Of the duties which respect ourselves.
Sec. IV. Of the means of virtue.
Sec. V. General remarks concerning morality.
Sec. VI. Of pofitive inftitutions.
§ 1. Of the obfervance of the fabbath.
Sec. V. Of the divine veracity.
CHAP. II. Of the duty which God requires of