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LATE PROFESSOR IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OOTTINGEN,&C.
THE LAST EDITION OF THE GERMAN.
ROGER KINGDON, A.M.
Of St. John's College, Cambridge.
PRINTED FOR F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON, NO. 62, sT. PAl'l's
By 3yc aud Law, St. John's Square, Cleikenwell.
The subject of the work now offered to the public in an English translation is an examination of the following questions: Whether the books of the New Testament were really written by the persons to whom they are ascribed; Whether they have descended to us perfectly tincorrupted in all essential matters, as they left the hands of their authors; And, lastly, Whether they contain a narration of events which did actually take place.
That this inquiry is of the greatest consequence, and demands our most impartial attention, will be evident from these considerations:—That if we cannot answer the above questions in the asfirmative, then is the Christian Religion a cunningly devised fable:—but, on the contrary, if in result of the examination, it should be found that the New Testament is both genuine and authentic,—then it a 2 will