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CitAP. IV.-Gospel according to Matthew continued.
V. Parable of the householder hiring lăbourers into his vineyard
inconsistency with that of Luke' .... ................ 218.
WII. Subsequent contradictions between this writer and Luke, -
to the conclusion of his Gospel, which infallibly prove
that one of then is fabulous and false . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227
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the prophecies recorded in this Gospel—Prophecy of
CHAP. W.-Gospel according to Mark.
* Epumeration of the names of the Apostles—Parable
I. Remarks on the style in which this Gospel is written-
up”—That the hour would come when men should neither
home, and should leave him alone - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 299
Chap. VII.-Of the Epistles.
FTER so many writers, some of them of great erudition and distinguished abilities, in almost all ages of what is called the Christian Church, have undertaken to harmonize and shew the perfect agreement of the four generally received Evangelists, and to reconcile all the seeming differences in both the facts and order of their several narrations; it will undoubtedly appear the highest degree of presumptuous arrogance to attempt now at last to demonstrate, that so much learned and ingenious labour hath been bestowed in vain. Yet after all that hath been said and written upon the subject, those Evangelical histories contain such gross, irreconcileable contradicB