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II. There is abundant evidence that they were too honest to relate any
Hume's argument against miracles, in proof of a divine revelation,
8. Their works underwent the most rigid examination from those who
13. Evidence from the primitive adversaries of Christianity,.
The fulfilment of a selection of miscellaneous prophecies exhibited.
1. The prediction of the appearing of false Christs, deceiving many,
5. Of the persecution of Christians as one of the signs of approaching
8. Jerusalem compassed with armies, and the escape of the Chris-
11. The complete destruction of the city and temple,
12. The captivity of the Jews in all nations,
Attempt of Julian to rebuild the temple,
Brief view of the condition of Jerusalem to the present time,
In estimating the propagation of the gospel as an evidence of divine
I. The difficulties which its first promulgators encountered, .
9. And by a consideration of the circumstances of depression and