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DE M O N S T R A T E D.
L O N D O N,
in the Strand. MDCCLXV.
ONTAINS an Examination of all the
Texts brought from the Old and New Testa- .
ment to prove a future State of Rewards and Pro
States the Question, thews the Adversaries of
this Work to have much mistaken it. And that the
true state of the question alone is a sufficient answer to
Enters on an examination of the Texts brought
from the Old Testament; - first from the book of
JOB which is proved to be an allegoric Poem,
written on the return from the Captivity, and repre-
senting the Circumstances of the People of that time.
The famous words, I know that my Redeemer
liveth, &c. mewn to hgnify, in their literal sense,
the hopes of a temporal deliverance only, p. 10
Contains an examination of the rest of the Texts