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IN TEN VOLUMES.
DISSERTATION ON THE END FOR WHICH GOD CREATED THE WORLD.
IV. AN ATTEMPT TO PROMOTE EXPLICIT AGREEMENT AND VISIBLE UNION
G. & C. & H. CARVILL.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.
Introduction--Explanation of Terms
CHAP. I. What Reason dictates concerning this affair.
SECT. 1. The general dictates of reason
II. How Love respects different beings
III. Concerning the Secondary Beauty
V. Natural Conscience and the Moral Sense
VI. Of particular Instincts of Nature
VII. The reason of many Mistakes
IV. Some objections considered
CHAP. II. What may be learned from the Holy Scriptures.
SECT. I. Scripture makes God his last end
11. Concerning a just method of Arguing
III. Particular Texts of Scripture
IV. God created the World for his name, &c.
v. Communication of Good to the creature
VI. What is meant by the glory of God, &c.
VII. God's last end is but one
II. DISSERTATION CONCERNING THE NATURE OF TRUE
III. A HISTORY OF THE WORK OF REDEMPTION.
PERIOD I. From the Fall to the Incarnation
II. From the Flood to the calling of Abraham
PART VI. From the Captivity to Christ
VII. Improvement of the First Period
PART. I. Of Christ's Incarnation
II. The Purchase of Redemption
III. Improvement of the Second Period
PERIOD III. From Christ's Resurrection to the End of the World
SECT. I. Scriptural Representations of this Period
11. How Christ was capacitated for effecting his Purpose
III. Established means of success.
IV. How the success was carried on
PART I. To the Destruction of Jerusalem
II. To the time of Constantine
III. To the Rise of Antichrist
VI. Improvement of past Events
IV. ATTEMPT TO PROMOTE UNION IN PRAYER.
PART I. The Text opened and an account of the affair proposed.
SECT. 1. Explanatory Introduction
III. An Account of the concert for prayer
PART II. Motives to compliance with what is proposed.
SECT. I. The latter day glory not yet accomplished
III. How much Christ prayed &c. for it
IV. The whole Creation travails in pain
v. Prospects, Encouragements and Examples
VI. Motives to excite us to this agreement
PART III. Objections answered.
SECT. 1. Such agreement Superstitious, answered
IV. The fall of Antichrist not very distant
v. Objections from Novelty, answered