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Christianity over Infidelity displayed,
OR THE COMING OF
THE TRUE KEY
TO THE RIGHT UNDERSTANDING OF THE MOST
THAT OUR LORD AND HIS APOSTLES PREDICTED THE NEAR APPROACH OF THE
The Whole being intended as an Illustration of the Necessity and Importance of
Considering the Gospels as Histories,
As Histories of the great Controversy between our LORD and the JEWS,
TRUE NATURE OF THE MESSIAH's CHARACTER.
By N. NISBETT, A.M.
Other Foundation can no Man lay than that which is laid, JESUS THE CHRIST-
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and the Jews, concerning the true nature of the Messiah's Character. Viewing it in this light, discoveries have gradually been made by him, of which he had no conception, particularly with respect to St. Paul's Man of Sin, and the Antichrist of St. John. And he is firmly persuaded, that if the same plan is faithfully pursued; it will be followed by discoveries, still more important and satisfactory!
ASH, 7th August, 1802.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
FREE enquiry encouraged by Christianity 1, 2.
The opposition of Infidels favorable to Christianity 2, 3. Christianity, notwithstanding, on the decline 3, 4. Artifices of the French Philosophers to destroy it, well stated by Bishop Horsley The charge of the decline of Christianity charged, by Dr. Edwards, to the weakness of its Advo
Mr. Gibbon charges Christ and his Apostles with having predicted the end of the world, in their own time
Grotius says, it was for wise purposes the pious deception was permitted to take place Christians called upon, by Dr. Edwards, to concede the Objection to the Adversary - ibid. The Bishop of Landaff charged by Dr. Edwards with not having been extremely solicitous to relieve the Apostles from the accusation of Error. The Bishop takes no notice of the Objection, as it relates to Christ 7, to 9. Passages of Scripture, on which Mr. Gibbon's objection is founded, as it relates to Christ, stated