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AN HUMBLE INQUIRY INTO THE SCRIPTURE ACCOUNT
OF JESUS CHRIST
CHAPTER I. '
The Term God is used in Scripture in different
Senses, supreme and subordinate.
Our Lord Jesus Christ speaks if. Another as God,
distinct from Himself, and owns this God to be
above or over itini;
Our Lord Jesus disclaims those infinite Perfections,
which belong only to the Supreme God. 1. Underi-
ved Power. 2. Absolute Goodness. 3. Unlimited
The Weakness and Absurdity of the Common Eva-
sion from the Distinction of two Natures.
Answer to Objections founded on some indetermi-
nate Expressions in Scripture. 1. Such as speak
generally of Christ's knowing all Things. 2. Such
as speak of his knowing Men's Thoughts and
Hearts in Particular.
Answer to the Arguments drawn from the Worship
due to our Lord Jesus, showing ultimate Supreme
Worship of Him to be inconsistent with the Gos-
pel Doctrine of his Mediation.
The Writers against the Unitarians unsay their
own Arguments against the Papists.
The Conclusion, exhorting Christians to Moderation
and Temper in their Management of this contro-
THOUGHTS ON PUBLIC WORSHIP
The Nature of Social or Public Worship, and its
Accordance with the best Principles and Feel-
ings of Man.
Public Worship countenanced by Revealed Religion. 295
Advantages derived from the Practice of Social or
Public Worship. -
The Obligation of Public Worship universal.
In what Respect many of the Forms and Habits of
Publi Worship are susceptible of Improvement. 323
THOUGHTS ON THE DEVOTIONAL TASTE, ON SECTS,
AND ON ESTABLISHMENTS