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INTRODUCTION,

SECTION I.
IF JESUS CHRIST BE NOTTHE TRUE GOD,

OF THE SAME ESSENCE WITH HIS FA-
THER, THE MAHOMÉTAN-RELIGION IS
PREFERABLE TO. THE CHRISTIAN Re-
LIGION, AND Jesus CHRIST INFERIOR
то МАНОМЕТ,

5 Chap: I. If Jesus Christ be not of the Same essence with his Father, the Christianity : we profess is a corruption of the Christian religion, and Mahometanism the re-establishment of it,

5" CHAP. II. If Jesus CHRIST.be not of the

fame essence with his Father, Mahomet was a teacher raised up of God to instruct Mankind,

IO CHAP. III. If Jesus CHRIST be not of the

fame essence with his Father, Mahomet was a great Prophet, the greatest of Prophets, and preferable to Jesus CHRIST,

14 Chap. IV. If Jesus Christ be not of the fame essence with his Father, Mahomet was more true, more wise, more concerned for the good of mankind, and more zealous for the glory of God, than he

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Page » SECTION II. 17 Jesus CHRIST BE NOT THE TRUE GOD,

OF THE SAME ESSENCE WITH HIS FATHER, THE SANHEDRIM DID AN ACT. OF JUSTICE IN CAUSING HIM TO BE PUT TO DEATH; AND THE JEWS HAD SUFFICIENT REASON TO REJECT THE PREACHING OF HIS APOSTLES, WHEN THEY CALLED THEM TO: BELIEVE ON HIM,

31 CHAP. I. Jesus CHRIST is called God, 31 » CHAP. II. The argument continued,

44 CHAP. III. The principal Titles and Charac

ters which, in the writings of the Prophets, form the.idea of the true God, are applied

to JESUS CHRIST,
CHAP. IV. JESUS CHRIST declared to be

Equal with God,
Chap.V. JESUS CHRIST received Religious
Worship,

70 CHAP.VI. The Characters of JEHOVAH'S

glory, in the ancient Oracles, applied to Jesus Christ; and the argument arising from that application illustrated,

80 SECTION III. IF JESUS CHRIST BE NOT THE TRUE..

God, OF THE SAME ESSENCE WITH
HIS-FATHER, HE AND HIS APOSTLES
HAVE -LED US INTO A COMPLICATED

AND PERNICIOUS ERROR,
CHAP. I. The principles which we oppose, oh-
scure, depreciate, destroy, those exalted ideas ...
which Jesus gives us of bis Father's Love,
and of his own Compassion to finful merly: -

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CHAP. II. The doctrine of out aduerfafies do-
Stroys tbé idea which the Saripdumes: give usy
of the Greatness of Gofpergiterias, andstha
Nature of true Fatb,

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CHAP. III. The bypothesis of our adversaries

deprin?
mour; by making him poffefs those Titles in
e metaphorical sense, which the Scripture
applies to bim in one that is proper. This
proved by two instances,

11o CHAP. IV. According to the sentiments of our

adversaries, the Death of CHRIST has no
real Usefulrefs in it,

113 Chap. V. The sentiments of our adversaries

Tender the language of Scripture obscure and
false, absurd and impious,

125 CHAP.VI. Evidences of the fame truth, arif

ing from those pasages of Scripture, which

exprefs the Pre-existence of Jesus CHRIST, 144 CHAP.VII. The fame Truth evinced, from Philip. ii. 5-8.

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CHAP.VIII. The fame Truth confirmed and

illustrated, from John i. 1-14. The Sa-
cinian interpretation of this pasage considered
and exposed,

157
CHAP. IX. The fame Argument continued, 167
CHAP.X. The Arian hypothesis equally indefen-
sible,

178 CHAP. XI. The Language of the Holy Spirit,

on the Socinian hypothesis, is obfcure, absurd,
and not consistent with piety,

285

SECTION.

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