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Section,
IV. Miracles and extraordinary acts of our Saviour, peculiar to

this writer-The changing water into wine-Healing the
nobleman's son at Capernaum-Miraculous efficacy of the
pool of Bethesda--Story of the woman taken in adultery
Giving sight to a man born blind-The resurrection of
Lazarus .........

..................... 288 V. Nothing in this Gospel that can be deemed a prophecy, but

a few short sentences which seem to refer to futurity-
• Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it
up"--That the hour would come when men should neither
worship God in the mountain of Samaria, nor yet at Je-
rusalem-That the Jews, though they would not receive
him coming in his father's name, would receive another
Messiah, who should come in his own name-Our Lord's
assertion, that if a man keep his saying, he shall never
see death-His promise to his disciples of divine inspira-
tion after his death-His assertion, that his disciples
should be immediately scattered, every one to his own
home, and should leave him alone .................... 299

CHẠP. VII.-Of the Epistles. 1. Reasons for extending this disquisition to several of the

Epistles-Epistle to the Romans .................... 305 II. The Epistle to the Ephesians-And to the Colossians .... 312 III. The Epistle to the Philippians-To Titus—And to Phi

lemon .... ...................... ............. 314 IV. The Epistle to the Hebrews---And the Epistle of James •. 321 V. The first Epistle of Peter-Second Epistle of Peter-And

the Epistle of Jude ............
VI. The three Epistles attributed to the Apostle John-The

want of that internal testimony of the spirit of prophecy
in all these Epistles, which accompanies Paul's Epistles

to the Corinthians, Galatians, Thessalonians, and Timothy 332 VII. Reasons for objecting to the Epistles to the seven Churches

of Asia, introduced into the Book of the Apocalypse.... 336 CONCLUSION

.... 340

..... 329

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THE

DISSONANCE AND EVIDENCE

OF

THE EVANGELISTS

EXAMINED.

INTRODUCTION.

SECTION 1. A FTER so many writers, some of them 11 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 contradice

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