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CHAPTER XIII.-Further Intimations of the Existence of a Supreme

Moral Government; and the natural and necessary connexion

between Sin and Suffering
SECTION I.-The Terms defined
SECTION II.-Grounds on which this Connexion is founded
Section III.-Instances in which this Connexion is shewn

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Book IV.

ON THE DUTIES WE OWE TO GOD.

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Chapter I.-On the Duty,--of using means to know God,—of

Loving Him, -of Worshipping Him,-of obeying His Will 97 CHAPTER II.-On the Love of God

106 CHAPTER III.-On Obedience to the Will of God:—the Law of God the Rule of this Obedience

114 Chapter IV.-On the different Forms of Obedience to the Law of God

126 Section 1.-Obedience to the Commands of God

. 126 Section II.-Obedience to God considered as a principle of belief in the truths which he reveals

131 Section III.-Obedience to God considered as an act of cordial submission

136 CHAPTER V.—God alone to be acknowledged and worshipped as God 145 Chapter VI.-The Idolatry of Mankind

152 Section 1.-The History of Idolatry

154 Section II.—The Nature of Idolatry.

. 160 Section III.-The cruel and impure Rites of which the Idolatrous System of Worship consisted

162 Section IV.-The Influence of Legislators and Philosophers in extending this idolatrous and immoral System

165 Section V.--The Inexcusableness of Mankind in becoming, and in remaining, Idolaters

172 CHAPTER VII.-Humility

. 183 Chapter VIII.-Reverence of God

. 192 Chapter IX.--On the Nature and Guilt of Impiety

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