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The candour of the Writers of the New Testament - 80
Conformity of the facts occasionally mentioned or
referred to in Scripture, with the state of things in
those times; as represented by foreign and independent
accounts - - - . - PAGE 125
Of the Propagation of Christianity - - 199
Section II. Reflections upon the preceding account 234
Section III. Of the Success of Mahometanism - 248
- A BRIEF CONSIDERATION OF SOME POPULAR
The Discrepancies between the several Gospels •
- CHAPTER II.
Erroneous Opinions imputed to the Apostles
The connexion of Christianity with the Jewish His-
tory - -' • - - - - 290
Rejection of Christianity - - - PAGE 296
That the Christian miracles are not recited, or appealed.
to, by early Christian writers themselves, so fully or
frequently as might have been expected' - - 324
· CHAPTER VI.
Want of universality in the knowledge and reception of
Christianity, and of greater clearness in the evi-
dence - - - - - - - 341