In general these Six Letters contain Reflections on Popular, on
Fashionable, on Political, and on Apostolical Christianity, more espe-
cially the first and last of these ; and also on Philosophical Religion.
Connection betwixt the Honour of the Clergy and Mistakes about the
Christian Religion.-Summary View of the Doctrine of many emi-
nent Preachers concerning Redemption, Faith, Conversion, &c.-
The Concurrence of three Things necessary to form the Conversion
much contended for at present, 15.
The Scripture sense of this Word opposed to the common, 86.—The
noted Passage in 2 Pet. chap. 1, concerning the Vision on the Holy
Mount, and the Word of Prophecy considered at large.--Particulars
--Connection of that Vision with what was seen on the Day of As-
cension.-Full import of the Prophecies concerning Christ's Resur-
rection.—Ultimate end of the Shechinah.—State of happy Souls
departed, and glorified Bodies.-The Voice the meaning of the