Section XVI. On the Epistle to the Hebrewe.
1. To whom written.-II. In what Language.--III. Its
Genuineness and Authenticity.--Proofs that it was
written by Saint Paul.-IV. Its Date.-V. Occasion
1. ON THE SOURCES OF THE FIRST THREE Gos-
and Scope of this Epistle.-VI. Synopsis of its Con-
I. Different Hypotheses stated.—II. Examination of the
Hypothesis, that the Evangelists abridged or copied
from each other.—III. Examination of the Hypothe-
CHAPTER IV. On the Catholic Epistles.
sis, that the Evangelists derived their Information
from a primary Greek or Hebrew Document.-
Section I. On the Genuineness and Authenticity of
IV. Examination of the Hypothesis, that they con-
the Catholic Epistles.
sulted several Documents. - V. And of the Hypothe-
sis, that Oral Tradition was the Source of the first
1. Origin of the Appellation, Catholic Epistles.--11. Its
three Gospels.-VI. That the only Document con-
Antiquity.-Observations on their Authenticity.-
sulted by the first three Evangelists was the Preach-
III. On the Order in which they are usually placed 358
ing of our Saviour himself
Section II. On the General Epistle of James.
II. TABLES OF Weights, MEASURES, AND MONEY,
MENTIONED IN THE BIBLE
I. Account of the Author of this Epistle.—II. Its Genu-
III. A CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF THE PRINCIPAL
jneness and Authenticity.-III. To whom addressed.
-IV. Its Scope.-V. Synopsis of its Contents.-
EVENTS RECORDED IN THE BIBLE .
VI. Observations on this Epistle
358-360 IV. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX, CONTAINING A
CONCISE ACCOUNT OF THE PRINCIPAL Editions
Section III. On the First General Epistle of Peter.
OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, AND OF THE PRINCI-
PAL PHILOLOGERS, Critics, AND COMMENTA-
I. Account of the Apostle Peter.—II. Genuineness and
TORS WHO HAVE ELUCIDATED THE TEXT, His-
Canonical Authority of this Epistle.—III. To whom
TORY, AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE BIBLE . 1-165
written.-IV. Of the Place whence it was sent.-
Date.-V. Its Design and Contents.—VI. Observa- ADDENDA TO THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX
tions on the Style of Saint Peter's two Epistles 360–362
SECTION IV. On the Second General Epistle of Peter.
I. An HISTORICAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, AND GEOGRA-
I. Its Genuineness and Canonical Authority.-II. Date.
PHICAL INDEX OF THE PRINCIPAL Nations,
—III. Scope and Synopsis of its Contents
362-364 Persons, AND PLACES, MENTIONED
SECTION V. On the First General Epistle of John.
ADDENDA TO THE Historical, &c. Index: 457-459
II. INDEX OF THE SYMBOLICAL LANGUAGE OF SCRIP-
I. Genuineness and Canonical Authority.-II. Date.-
III. Of the Persons to whom this Epistle was written.
III. General Index of MATTERS