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CONSIDERATIONS UPON MORAL EVIDENCE PREVIOUS TO THE
RECOGNITION OF CHRISTIANITY.
State of mind supposed to lead a man to inquiry.
Various degrees of Evidence shewing that things have
been, are, will be.
Of Moral Certainties.
Difficulties of the Inquirer.
Answer to the Objections of the preceding Chapter.
Recognition of certain truths of Natural Religion.
A Future Judgment.
Acknowledgment of the truth of
CONSIDERATIONS UPON MORAL EVIDENCE IMMEDIATELY SUB-
SEQUENT TO THE RECOGNITION OF CHRISTIANITY.
State of mind of the Inquirer.
Nature and extent of
Man is ever a responsible judge, acting by authority.
In matters involving great interests the responsi-
bility is more strongly felt.
Recapitulation of elements combined in the character of
a Judge. Consideration of Objections.
Further illustrations of our Principles.
Great responsibility in regard to the due admission of
highly probable Evidence.
Obedience to God the principle of the Inquirer.
dations of that principle.
Threefold duty of Man.
Additional support of the principle of Obedience.
Good and Evil estimated, as being in accordance with,
or in opposition to, the will of God. Nevertheless
(ordinarily speaking) what appears good is good,
and worthy of pursuit under certain conditions.
Further considerations, respecting the application of our
UPON THE INSTINCTIVE MOVING
OF MAN, AS CONNECTED WITH OUR SUBJECT.
The conclusions heretofore obtained not to be shaken by
the power of the Instinctive Moving Principles.
The higher parts of our nature designed to govern
Illustrations of the manner of dealing with the Instinc-
tive Moving Principles. Certain traits in their
character and habits.
REFLECTIONS UPON CERTAIN CAPITAL POINTS ESTABLISHED
IN HOLY SCRIPTURE.
The Book of Revelation to be consulted jointly with the
Book of Nature. Certain great truths exhibited in
Scripture will illustrate our principles, and serve as
guides of conduct.
The natural Sinfulness of Man.
Of the Holy Spirit
Of the new relation between God and Man, consequent
upon Adam's transgression. Reflections on the
mediation of Christ.
Of Trust in God.
Considerations respecting the Future Judgment.
CONSIDERATIONS UPON MORAL EVIDENCE, PREVIOUS TO
THE RECOGNITION OF CHRISTIANITY.