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Printed for A. MILLAR, and J. and R. TONSON, in the Strand. MDCCLXV.
CONTAINS an Examination of all the Texts brought from the Old and New Testa-
ment to prove a future State of Rewards and Pu-
nishments did make part of the Mofaic Dispensation.
States the Question, -fhews the Adverfaries of
this Work to have much mistaken it. - And that the
true ftate of the question alone is a fufficient answer to
all objections, p. 1-10.
Enters on an examination of the Texts brought from the Old Teftament; - firft from the book of JOB which is proved to be an allegoric Poem, written on the return from the Captivity, and repre- fenting the Circumstances of the People of that time.
The famous words, I know that my Redeemer
liveth, &c. fhewn to fignify, in their literal fenfe,
the hopes of a temporal deliverance only, p. 10—
Contains an examination of the rest of the Texts
urged from the Old Teftament, p. 126-161.