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Deism, produce each other in the Nature of Things

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212

Ibę latent Danger to the Protestant Religigua and

Present happy, Establishment detefted
2. Sollfidians at. Ci 15.3:1 U 10: 10

3. Deifts; their Wickedness and Folly foamini bas Jarge

under the Obligations of Faith, as a moral Vir-

tue : Which is proved against them 136.: 221

Weir Obje&tions answer'd

ibid.
Faith in God as a Rewarder, the firf Principle and

Bafts of natural Religion. The Deifts in rejeEling
And it, effe&tually subveri all natural Religion 232
See also the greatest Pärt of the left Chapter

The present Bifhop af Salisburý's afirming the Go-

pel the Republication of the Law of Nature,

true in a quite different sense than the Author of

Christianity as old asserts it in
Deifts båd Subjects to the present Governinënt 237
The Deifts grand Objection to the Christian Faith

Jolu'd to their own Conscience, and proved to be

b the Subversion of natural Religion 239

The true Causes of Deism display'd,

ibid. and 2 40, &e.

The Corrupters of the Faith, intreated to consider

+- the Immorality they are guilty of

The true Design of that Corruption Phewan ibid.

The Use and Necesity of Faith proved against the

Socinians

259

,
Faith, to consider the Immorality and Folly they
are guilty af
si ila.

:
Their Objections answer'd, by proving that the Evi-
idence of our Faith is built upon moral Certainty :

And that That Certainty does not in the least dimi-
hish by Progress of Time

270, 278

W ben the Son of Man cometh, Mall be find on Earth,

explain'd

281

The Neglecters of the Faith intreated to consider

thein Immorality

283

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CH A P. XIX.

A proper Answer to the Deift objecting the

Want of Universality to the Christian
y Religion. "

HEIR Objection stated at full Length, and

TH

in all its Strength

290

Tbe 1. General Answer

294

2. General Answer

295

3. General Answer

312

4. General Answer

322

The first particular and proper Answer to them

si 827

The second

The third

1.331

Tbe fourth

21336
Tbe fifth

337

Their System of Morality, or, natural Religion, fun-

ondamentally wrong, at large

ibid.

Tbc Desideratum or Medium for demonstrating

Morality, and true Religion, which seemd want-

ing to Mr. Locke, binted at, and supplied 341
Iba Catholick Principle of natural Religion, that

God is a Rewarder, the Primordium of Cbri-

ftianity, is the Confutation of the four several

Sorts of Deifts

ibid.

And Supplies the only Thing wanting to that excel-

lent Book ; The Religion of Nature delineated,
to make it truly delineated

- 3.4.3

It lays the foundation for a clear Conclufion, to in-

fer the Christian Doctrine of the Resurrection of

the Body

1345

An Apology for imputing Atheism to them i 349

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