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EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY
THEIR EXTERNAL OR HISTORICAL DIVISION:
A COURSE OF LECTURES,
BY CHARLES PETTIT M'ILVAINE, D. D.
BISHOP OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE STATE OF
Sint casta deliciæ meæ scripturæ tuæ; nec fallar in eis, nec fallam ex eis.
REVISED AND IMPROVED BY THE AUTHOR.
PUBLISHED BY THE
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY,
Entered by the author, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1832, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
Right of publishing transferred to the American Tract Society.
The study of the evidences of Christianity may be brief or extended,
A brief account of what each head includes,
The present course of lectures confined to the external.
This shown by reference to catalogues, etc., from the fourth century
5. The agreement of the ancient churches as to what were the
7. These several heads of evidence cannot be pretended to be in
Lesson to the believer from what has been exhibited,
From the tenor of the preceding lecture, it is evident that the canon
This further appears from the numerous catalogues that have come
On the INTEGRITY of these books, that they have undergone no mate-