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PRINTED BY MILLS, JOWETT, AND MILLS,
BOLT COURT, FLEET-STREET.
THE UNREASONABLENESS OF INFIDELITY; THE REASONS OF
THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
THE SPIRIT'S WITNESS TO THE TRUTH OF CHRIS,
What St. Paul meaneth by the works of the law
What by the Spirit
How the Spirit is said to be given after faith..
The Testimony of the Spirit, then, a sufficient proof of the
truth of the Gospel
The commonness of the miraculous works of the Spirit
Their sufficiency to prove the Gospel true
The certainty of the tradition of the Scriptures to us
The reason of the need of miracles, then ...
But not to continue...
Use 1. An information of the certain truth of the christian
religion, to convince the doubtful ...
The truth of seeming contradictory Scriptures, and of
the most seeming improbable passages, and of the
most terrible passages
Everlasting punishment of the wicked proved
Use this, 1. In all temptations to infidelity
2. In dulness and declining........
3. In sadness
Use 2. The main argument ever used to prove the truth of
the christian religion ..
3. What the testimony of the Spirit is, and who have it .
4. What it is to believe in the Holy Ghost, and to be
baptised in his name
5. What is the sin against the Holy Ghost....
The Second Doctrine, That is the true doctrine and religion,
by which the Spirit is given: cautions for the right
understanding of this
Quest. Must we try the doctrine by the Spirit, or the Spirit
by the doctrine.....
Use ). The argument used against infidelity......
2. What clear light seekers contradict, that say we have
lost the Scriptures and church
3. There is but one true church and religion
4. To convince the revolters of these times..
5. To those that have not the Spirit
A Corollary, Demonstrating the life to come, and future hap-
piness or misery ..
A Determination of this question, Whether the miraculous
works of Christ and his disciples do oblige those to be-
lieve who never saw them:
The order of inquiry into the christian faith...
By what signs the christian religion hath been delivered
down to us
The certain tradition of these to us
The difference between popish and necessary tradition
That the apostles delivered these to the first churches
How miracles oblige us
The sufficiency of that testimony
Ten arguments to prove the affirmative of the question....
Sixteen objections of the apostates answered .....
Of the miracles mentioned by Augustin and other ancient
Our certainty infallible, and, in a sort, physical, maintained
against Peter Hurtado de Mendoza