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PRINTED BY PEARSON AND ROLLASON, FOR J. JOHNSON, NO. 72, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, LONDON.
A N examination of the evidence of several miracles
which have been said to have been wrought for other
purposes than the confirmation of the Jewish and chrif-
CHAPTER VII. A view of the principal Objections to
the Jewish and christian revelations.
Sec. I. Varicus objections respecting the Old Testament. 18
Sec. II. Of the objection to revelation from the supposed In-
spiration of the scriptures, and others of a similar nature. 42
Sec. III. Some objections which more nearly affect the proper
evidence of revelation, especially respecting the antient and
present state of the belief of it.
Sec. IV. Miscellaneous objections to the system of revelation 79
APPENDIX, containing an esay on the analogy between the
methods by which the perfection and happiness of men are
promoted, according to the dispensations of natural and re-
PART III. Containing a view of the Doctrines of revela-
CHAPTER 1. What we learn from the Scriptures con-