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in his actions. p. 143.

3. Numerous contingencies were associated with his

claim of the Messiahship, which were quite out of

the controul either of an impostor or of an enthu-

siast. p. 146.

III. The conduct of the apostles and first preachers of Chris-

tianity. p. 153.

1. The common notion entertained by infidels respecting

the apostles. p. 153.

2. The difficulties attendant upon this notion. p. 156.

(1.) The first stage of the proceedings of the apostles.

p. 156.

prophecy. p. 270.

5. The difficulties of Infidelity in regard to the facts and

circumstances and character of the Christian Dis-

pensation. p. 270.

6. The difficulties of Infidelity in regard to the rapid

propagation of Christianity. p. 271.

7. The difficulties of Infidelity in regard to the internal

evidence of Christianity. p. 271.

II. General conclusion from the whole discussion, that the

rejection of Christianity involves a higher degree of

eredulity than the acceptance of it, and that we find it

more difficult to pronounce the Gospel an imposture

than to admit it as a revelation from heaven. p. 272.

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