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JAMES DOUGLAS, Esq.
PUBLISHED BY PERKINS & MARVIN.
PART I.—THE EVIDENCES OF RELIGION.
1. Tendency to Religious Belief. 2. Design everywhere. 3. A Future
State. 4. The Facts of Religion Future. 5. Christianity the only
Religion. 6. Christianity has its proofs on all sides. 7. External
Evidence. 8. Evidence of Prophecy. 9. Internal Evidence. 10.
Miscellaneous Evidence. 11. Cumulative Proof. 12. Continually
PART II.-GENIUS OF THE SCRIPTURES.
1. Inductive Philosophy gradually applied. 2. Reason and Revelation.
3. Authority and Inspiration. 4. Divine Economy of Means and
Miracles. 5. Preconceived Opinions. 6. The True more than the
Supernatural the Object of Scripture. 7. Scriptural Scholiasts and
Commentators. 8. Parallelism Indestructible and Self-interpreting.
9. Completeness of the Scriptures. 10. Earliest Poetry resembles
the Hebrew. 11. Simplicity and Perpetuity of the Hebrew Life
and State. 12. Primitive Energy of the Hebrew. 13. In the Scrip-
tures, Union of the Human Intelligence with the Divine. 14. Christ
the Centre of the Scriptures. 15. The Origin of Types in Nature
1. Two views of Human Nature. 2. Man not his own Judge. 3. The
Divine Law. 4. God's Judgment. 5. Adam in Paradise. 6. The
Deluge. 7. The Postdiluvians. 8. The Jews. 9. The Reception
of the Saviour. 10. The Reception of Christianity. 11. The
Prevalence of Evil admitted. 12. The Opposers of the Doctrine of
the Fall of Man. 13. Imitation of Evil, and transmitted Depravity.
14. Difficulties. 15. Difficulties become Proofs. 16. Religion
Natural and Revealed. 17. Revelation adapted to the condition
1. Anticipations of Revelation. 2. Jehovah our Shepherd. 3. Christ's
Testimony to his Deity. 4. Unless Christ be God, Christianity
untrue. 5. Variety of Proofs for Christ's Divinity. 6. Force of
Conjunct Evidence. 7. Temporary and Permanent Argument. 8.
Christ appearing in the old Dispensation. 9. Christ perfect God
and perfect Man. 10. The Character of Christ the demonstration