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prizing Peculiarities in that Author, he believes the Resurrection of the Body, 4, &c. A fifth Species of Deifts, 11. His Agreement with other Deists, 19. His figurative Sense of Atonement, Propitiation, &c. confuted, 22, &c. His Three Impeachments of Christianity' refuted, ib. &c. A proper Expoflulation
with him, 65, Mortifying the Flesh with the Affections and
Luits, the Reason and the Rule of it, I. 273,
414. Mystery, the true Scripture Notion, with an
Answer to the Deifts Objections, II. 158. Corrupters of it several Sorts, 182. The Unhappiness of Disputes about it, I. 232. II. 182, Deists have no Right to reflect upon them,
N the Name of, several Meanings of, I. 402,
O Bedience, universal, the Reason of it, 1, 255.
Apists, their Corruption of the Means of Re
ligion, I. 118. chargeable with Idolatry, 96, 118. II. 213, 405, 306. Enemies to Faith and Reason, 215. They occasionally apply to, and set at nought, both Faith' and Reason, 215. Bad Subjects both to a Protestant State,
and to the Mediatorial Kingdom of Christ, PerfeЕtion, Christian, a true and short Account of it, I. 77.
Popery and Deism, an harmonious Friendship be
tween them, I. 233. They produce each other,
átot died, I. 339.
Choice and Adhesion of the Will, 87, 224. compared with, p. 34. Government of them,
where to begin, 88. Peace of God, the Meaning of its pasting all Un
derstanding, I. 48, 411. II. 170. How it
surpassech all other Peace, 1. 411. PhilofopbersHeathen, the wisest of them, con
trary to Reason, encouraged Idofatry. See
idolatry. Defective in Morality. See Morality. Positive Law defined, I. 122, 176. Difference
between Natural Laws and Politive, 1, 6. Positives of Christianity clear from the Deift's
Imputation of Arbitrariness. See Chapter of Baptism, Lord's Supper, and following Chapter; where the intrinsick Excellence of those Doctrines, and Parts of Christianity, appears. See also Mediator. The Use of them in Chriftianity, I. 189. the Peculiarity of the positive Laws of Chrisțianity, 186. the Original and Use of all positive Laws, ib. Notes. The Politives of Christianity promote the Honour of God, and the Good of Men, and confequently are true Religion by the Test of the Deill's own appointing, 122. to the last conclusion they are the Cure of Superstition and Idolatry, 199.- they are secondarily mòral, 204. farther vindicated against the Moral Philoji, pher, App. 46,'&c.
Prayer, a Means of Natural Religion, but dead,
dispirited, and irregular, where not enliven': and directed right by Faith in Christ, I. '80, &c. how it operates the Religion of the End, and affifts Repentance, 88, 89. Why Fervency and Frequency required, 93. Christian Prayer one of the Keys of the Kingdom of
Heaven, 97. Praying in the Spirit, Holy Ghost, I. 87. Notes. Prescience Divine and future Contingents reconciled, Présence in the Lord's Supper, what it means
I. 157, 162. Priest, that Office of Christ confider'd, I. 280. Probation State of Man, I. 7, &c. Probibition. Difference between that and a po
sitive Command, 1. 10, 12. Promise in Paradise upon the Fall, the first Dawn
of Revelation, I. 23, 84, 100. Prophet, that Office of Christ consider'd, I. 248. Propitiation. See Atonement. Prudence, meant by the Command of adding
Knowledge to Virtue, I. 270. Prudential Rules for interpreting Scripture, ib. to
28.0. Publick, Affection to it duly distinguish'd ; how
far a Principle of Action, II. 55. how to perform heroick Actions with Respect to it, 63. different in its Extent in Governors, than in Subjects, 64. Vicious in the old Romans, vir
tuous in the present Britons, ibid. Punishment future, ridiculous in the Deifts to re
ject Revelation upon that Account, II. 118. yet discarded by them, ib. I. 316, 361. does not consist altogether in the natural Consequence of Vice, 361. II. 120. Law without
shewn to be transferable or imputable against
the Moral Philosopher, App. 28. Ministers of the Word, Helps and Instruments
of the Christian Religion, II. 130. The Reproaches of Deists an Honour to them, 138. The Necessity of publick Preachers proved from the Author of Characteristicks Scheme
for destroying them, 141. Miracles. The true Use and Design of them,
I. 29. II. 313. No circular Proof from the Miracles to the Doctrine, Doctrine to the Miracles, I. 30. The Sight of them work in a moral, rational Way, and so does the Belief of them unseen, II. 271. Why Conviction from the Sight does not always follow, ib. Evidence from them discarded by the Deifts,
Morality. The first Test of, Not to eat the for
bidden Fruit, I. 8. wherein it consisted, ib. Heathen World destitute of a perfect Mora
lity, 103, &c. 249.
II. 55, &c. not in Affection to the Publick
our of Belief of God being a Rewarder.
II. 272. does not diminish by Process of
prizing Peculiarities in that Author, he be-
with him, 65.
Lufts, the Reason and the Rule of it, I. 273,
Answer to the Deifts Objections, II. 158. Cor-
N the Name of, several Meanings of, I. 402,
, the Reason of it, I. 255,
Apists, their Corruption of the Means of Re-
ligion, l. 118. chargeable with Idolatry,
and to the Mediatorial Kingdom of Christ,