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CHAPTER VII.

ON THE SCRIPTURE DOCTRINE OF HUMAN DEPRAVITY.

Theological view of Human Depravity-Phrenological view of the Fall
and its consequences - Proofs of degeneracy — Means of Improvement
- Probable Results of a Knowledge of the Natural Laws — Probable
Abuses of the Natural Laws — The Natural Laws no Safeguards to
Virtue-Phrenology affords no means of regenerating the World— True
Remedy for Human Depravity,

Page 214

CHAPTER VIII.

OBJECTION TO THE PARADISAICAL STATE OF OUR FIRST PARENTS

CONSIDERED.

Mr Combe’s Objections to the Paradisaical State - Unphilosophical
Nature of Mr Combe's Objections --Hypothetical Answers to Mr Combe's
Objections,

237

CHAPTER IX.

ON DEATH.

1. Objection to the Doctrine that Death was brought upon Man as the
punishment of Sin, considered - Mr Combe’s view of Death— Theological
view of Death_Mr Combe transgresses the limits of Philosophical Inquiry
– Reason affords no light as to the Primitive State of Man -Special
Objections hypothetically answered—Mr Combe's views only apply to our
Present Condition_Diseases, &c. attributed to Infringement of the Natural
Laws—The Natural Laws will never be perfectly obeyed—Mr Combe's
views of Death Natural feelings of Man on the Prospect of Death.

II. On the omission of a Future State - Omission of a Future State
inexcusable — Phrenological Argument for a Future State - Natural An-
ticipations— Partial views of Mr Combe - Natural Feelings coincide with
Revelation – Mr Combe's System offers no Argument against Suicide, 246

CHAPTER X.

ON THE PAINS OF PARTURITION.

Scripture views of the Pains of Parturition – Mr Combe's Views
answered,

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