THE EVIDENCES OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
SECT. I. General division of the following discourse, with regard to Pagan and Jewish authors, who mention particulars relating to our Saviour.
SEC. II. What facts in the history of our Saviour might be taken notice of by Pagan authors.
SECT. III. Introduction to a second list of Pagan authors, who give testimony of our Saviour.
SECT. IV. Character of the times in which the Christian religion was propagated.
SECT. V. The learned Pagans had means and opportunities of informing themselves of the truth of our Saviour's history.
SECT. VI. The tradition of the apostles secured by other excellent instructions;
SECT. VII. The sight of miracles in those ages, a further confirmation of Pagan philosophers in the Christian faith.
SECT. VIII. The completion of our Saviour's Prophecies confirmed Pagans in their belief of the gospel.
SECT. IX. The lives of primitive Christians another means of bringing learned Pagans into, their religion.
SECT. I. OF GOD AND HIS ATTRIBUTES.
SECT. II. THE POWER AND WISDOM OF GOD IN THE CREATION.
SECT. III. THE PROVIDENCE OF GOD.
SECT. IV. THE WORSHIP OF GOD.
SECT. V. ADVANTAGES OF REVELATION ABOVE NATURAL REASON.
SECT. VI. EXCELLENCY OF THE CHRISTIAN INSTITUTION.
SECT. VII. DIGNITY OF THE SCRIPTURE LANGUAGE.
SECT. VIII. AGAINST ATHEISM AND INFIDELITY.
SECT. IX. AGAINST THE MODERN FREE-THINKERS.
SECT. X. IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL, AND A FUTURE STATE.
SECT. XI. DEATH AND JUDGEMENT.