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Title Page

Prefatory Material

Part I. Of the Direct Historical Evidence of Christianity, and Wherein It Is Distinguished from the Evidence Alleged for Other Miracles.

Proposition I. That there is satisfactory evidence that many professing to be original witnesses of the Christian miracles passed their lives in labours, dangers, and sufferings ...

Chapter I. Evidence of the Suffering of the first Propagators of Christianity, from the Nature of the Case.

Chapter II. Evidence of the Sufferings of the first Propagators of Christianity, from Profane Testimony.

Chapter III. Indirect Evidence of the Sufferings of the first Propagators of Christianity, from the Scriptures and other ancient Christian Writings.

Chapter IV. Direct Evidence of the same.

Chapter V. Observations upon the preceding Evidence.

Chapter VI. That the Story for which the first Propagators of Christianity suffered was miraculous.

Chapter VII. That it was, in the main, the Story which we have now proved by indirect Considerations.

Chapter VIII. The same proved from the Authority of our Historical Scriptures.

Chapter IX. Of the Authenticity of the historical Scriptures, in eleven Sections

Chapter X. Recapitualation.

Proposition II. That there is not satisfactory evidence that persons professing to be original witnesses of other miracles, in their nature as certain as these are, have ever acted in the same manner, in attestation of the accounts which they delivered, and properly in consequence of their belief of those accounts.

Part II. OF THE AUXILIARY EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY,

Part III. A BRIEF CONSIDERATION OF SOME POPULAR OBJECTIONS.

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