Commandments of God, Directions and Qualifica-
tions for our future Happiness, I. 293. II. 38,
81. Obligation to them founded in our own
particular Happiness, or Misery, ib. laid in
the Nature of Things, I. 211, 235, 334,

424. II. 80.

Confirmation, a Succedaneum to Infant Baptism,

how necessary, I. 143,
Conscience present the Guide of Man's present Ac-

tions; like all other Judges is obliged to study
and improve in the Knowledge of the Law,
according to which it is to give Sentence, II.

Country, Love of, why not recommended by

Christianity, II. 64,
Covenant, the First, I. 10, &c. Old and New,

23. the Difference between, Excellency of the
New above the Old, ib. &c. 49, 244, 281,
286, &c. 310, &c. 384, &c. II. 39, 46,
319.' who seals the New Covenant, I. 144.
Covenanted Goodness and Mercy, the Bene-
fit of them to Christians, I. 299, &c. New
Covenant, the properest Stile and Title of what
we call the Dew Testament, Introd. p. 24.
I. 332. First and Second with respect to the
Jews, what? With respect to all Mankind,

what? 227.
Covenant Old or New of no Consideration in the

Scheme of the Moral Philosopher, App. 65.
Cross of Christ the true Sublime, II. 152.

EATH of the Mediator the true Sublime

in Divine Government, II. P. 152.
The Moral Philosopher allows no saving Virtue in

the Death of Christ, but his Example, his
Reasons confuted, Append. 28, &c.





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Deism and Popery agree well together,- Vol: I.

119, 267. II. 238. They produce each other,
215, 238. As much an Imposture in a
Protestant Country as Popery, I. 267. The
Foundation of it laid in the Ignorance or In-
consideration of the true Nature of Things,

193. II. 105, 113, &c. 122, 251, &c. 347.
Deism delineated, might have been a better Title

than Cure of Deism, Append. 7.
The Spread of Deism, 16.
A fifth Species of Deists, il.
Deists being false. Friends to their own boafted

Law of Nature, is the true Cause of their re-
jecting Christianity, I. 191, 266, 277, 354,
364. II. 29, 134, 240, 244, &c. 328. By
rejecting the positive Distribution of future
Rewards and Punishments, the grand Motives
of Religion, they subvert Natural Religion as
well as Christianity, I. 319. II. 126, 232.
Their maintaining the Sufficiency of Virtue
for its own Reward, and without any Eye to
the Self-Advantage of future Rewards, entire-
ly subverts Virtue, II. 40. They remove the
moral Actions of Mankind from the Center
God has appointed to them, 92. Their Me-
thod of rewarding Virtue, supplants God, and
sets up Fate, II. 91, 120, 223. They drop
one half of their Constitution, 12, 113.
Their Folly in so doing, I. 385, &c. The
End of the modern Deist and Atheist the fame,
I. 388, &c. their Virtues being the fame, II.
116. How chargeable with Atheism, II. 349.
Modern Deist compounded of the Epicurean
and Stoick, 107. Guilty of Injustice in bor- .
rowing their best Notions from Revelation,
and not owning it, I. 294, 297. They pre-
tend to merit of God, 309, 315,389. How like


the Gnosticks, II. 231, 340. Their Superfti-
tion. and Self-deceic with Respect to the
Goodness of God, I. 199, 289, 292, &c. II. 331.
Their Folly in despising the covenanted Good-
ness of God, I. 298. By overstretching the
Goodness of God, they destroy his other
Attributes as Governor, I. 304. As Covenant-
· haters are Out-Laws before him, 309. They
frustrate Repentance, 289, 376. Can have
no Claim to Forgiveness of Sins, 298. nor
to eternal Life, 307. Their Scheme encum-
ber'd with more Difficulties than the Chri-
stian, 358. The Consideration of God of
no Use in their Scheme, ib. There appears in
it no Hatred of Sin in God; no positive Pu-
nishment of it ; no Regard to his Authority
over 'us as Governor, at large. Their Scheme
of the Love and Goodness of God, exhibits
no Argument of Persuasion, nor Force of
Attraction, whilst the Mediatorial tenders, and
evinces the greatest that can be, 365, 374,
384. II. 308. They are bad Subjects to the
present Government, II. 123, 237, 251. Their
Hypocrisy, II. 120, 140, 255, 6. The
Modern Deists a Branch of Antichrist, I. 239.
They are in a worse Condition than ancient, or
modern Heathens; their Virtues are indeed
Splendida Peccata, II. 263, 334. The Virtues
of the other are not so, I. 36. II. 334. in
being excluded the Benefit of the true Me-
diator, whilst the other, enjoy it, I. 296, 314,
351. II. 334, 338. in disavowing the internal
Aids of God's Spirit, II. 1, &c. In despi-
sing positive future Rewards and Punishments,
and rejecting them out of their System of Vir-
tue, II. 33, 90, 124. in having received five


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Talents, and burying them all; II. 311. in re-
jecting that Revelation which the other panted
after, 118, 334. in disannulling Natural
Religion, 330, 336. in boasting of that
Self-Sufficiency which the other disclaim,
I. 259. II. 221. in their Immorality and
Wickedness, with respect to their Obligations
of Faith, II. 223, 274, 303. in rejecting the
most endearing Argument of the Love of

God, I. 374.
Sober Deifts over-run' with Iniquity of Spirit.

II. 246, 7.

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Their Inconsistencies in refusing Benevolence to

Ecclesiasticks, II. 136. and involving all Pro-
testant Clergy under Popis Priestcraft, ib. in
interpreting Scripture, I. 277. in admitting it
in part only, 240. in reje&ting the Testi-

mony of Miracles, yet insisting upon them,
: II, 270 in preferring implicit Faith to explicit,
232. in admitting Christianity a Means
Natural Religion, yet opposing it with all
their Might, 250. with respect to various
Readings in the Bible, I. 358. II. 278. in di-
ftinguishing Virtue from Religion, 110. in
pretending to Natural Religion, and the
Worship of God, without officiating Mini-
ster, Time, Place, 239. in reflecting upon the
Disputes of Christians, 200. Their Love of
God and Virtue, for their own Sake, de-
structive of Virtue, 92, &c. they stifle the
Propagation of the Gospel in foreign Parts,
yet accuse Providence of want of Universali-
ty, 328.
Their Objections answer'd with respect to the

Immutability of all Religion, as founded
upon the immutable Relation between God
and Man, I. 15, &c. 195. to Miracles, as if


the Goodness of the Doctrine and the Mira-
cle proved one another in a Circle, I. 29. to
the Positives of Christianity, I. 186. App. 46. to
the Mediator, 214, 380, 403. Introd. 20. to
Perspicuity of Scripture, 267. to Cruelty,
Revenge in God the Father, 305, 341, 381.
to Mystery, II. 157: to Faith, 189, 206,
224. to eternal Punishment hereafter, I. 319.
See Annihilation. A proper Answer to them,
objecting the Want of Universality to the
Christian Religion, II. 289, at large. Their
Notion of Meanness rectified, I. 380. to
the Intercession of Christ, I. 403. to the
Hazard they run by the Gospel, II. 332. to
the Apostle's Declaration of the last Days,

I. 428.
The true Causes of Deism put home to them-

selves, I. 265. II. 239, 246.
Disputes, Unhappiness of. See Mystery. With

respect to the Honour of the last Word,

App. 17:
Duty to God, I. 4. to Neighbour, 5. to Our-

selves, ibid. God has made our Duty our In-
terest, I. 392, II. 34, 40, 81, 91.

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Enemies, Love of, how qualified, I. 3.
272. II. 84. Deistical Cavils at that Christian

Commandment obviated, ib.
Enthusiasm chargeable upon the Author of the

Characteristicks, II, 108,
Enthusiast, short definition of II. 111. App. 26,


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