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Abhandlung Abſicht algemeine alten Anfang Anmerkungen Arbeit Aufſchrift ausfürlich Ausgabe Auslegung Band Begebenheiten beiden beſonders beſtehet biblioth Bibliothek Brief Buch chen Chriſti daher derſelben dieſelbe dieſer Dinge dritte Druck eben eigentlich einige Ende endlich enthält Erleuterungen erſten feine fich find folgen folgenden folgt ganze geben gedruckt gehet Gelerten gemacht gemeldet Geſchichte geſchrieben geweſen Glaubens gleich GOtt gros handelt Handlungen heiligen Herrn indem Inhalt iſt Jahr Juden Kapitel kleinen kommen König kurze laſſen Leben Lehre lich machen macht manche Menſchen Nachricht Namen Natur nebſt neuen Ordnung quae recht Regiſter Religion richtig Samlung Schrift Schriftſteller ſehr ſeiner Seiten ſelbſt ſen ſeyn ſich ſie ſind ſondern ſowol Sprache ſtehet Stellen Stück Talmud Theil Tode übrigen Ueberſegung Verfaſſer vergleichen Vernunft vers verſchiedene viel vnde Vorrede wahre Warheit Welt wenig Werk wider wieder worauf worin Worte Zuſchrift zweite
Page 310 - November, 1695 ; representing the birth, fortune, preferment, and death of all those authors and prelates, the great accidents of their lives, and the fate and character of their writings.
Page 423 - And he faid unto them, Thefe are the words which I fpake unto you, while I was yet with you, that all things muft be fulfilled which were written in the law of Mofes, and in the Prophets, and in the Pialms concerning me. Then opened he their underftanding, that they might underftand the Scriptures...
Page 266 - THE KORAN, commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed, translated into English immediately from the original Arabic, with explanatory notes, taken from the most approved commentators. To which is prefixed a preliminary discourse by George Sale.
Page 179 - Reason affords plain, obvious, certain Principles, by which a man may distinguish these, and form a proper judgment in the case; and which an honest upright Man may safely and securely stay his Mind upon, amidst the various and contrary Opinions that prevail...
Page 70 - Creation unto Abraham. 2 Of the Times from the Birth of Abraham, to the destruction of the Temple of Salomon. 3 From the destruction of Jerusalem, to the time of Philip of Macedon. 4 From the Reigne of Philip of Macedon, to the establishing of that Kingdome, in the Race of Antigonus. 5 From the settled...
Page 310 - The second edition, very much corrected and enlarged ; with the addition of above 500 new lives from the author's original manuscript.
Page 172 - Eoyal-Exchange 8vo. 1785. 8j V. — The Equity and Reasonableness of the DIVINE CONDUCT, in Pardoning SINNERS upon their Repentance, exemplified : Or a Discourse on the Parable of the Prodigal Son. In which those Doctrines, viz. that Men are rendered acceptable to God, and that Sinners are recommended to his Mercy, either by the perfect Obedience, or the meritorious CHUBB, Thomas,— continued.
Page 172 - Sufferings, or the prevailing Intercession of Christ, or by one, or other, or all these, are particularly considered and refuted. Occasioned by Dr. Butler's late Book, entitled The Analogy of Religion natural and revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature. Offered to the consideration of the Clergy among all Denominations of Christians. To which are added two DISSERTATIONS, viz.
Page 222 - The TRUE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST asserted. Wherein is shewn what is, and what is not that Gospel ; what was the great and good end it was intended to serve ; how it is excellently suited to answer that purpose ; and how, or by what means, that end has in a great measure been frustrated.
Page 365 - Christianity, as distinguish'd from the religion of nature ; the different methods of conveying and proposing moral truths to the mind, and the necessary marks or criteria on which they must all equally depend ; the nature of positive laws, rites and ceremonies, and how far they are capable of proof as of standing perpetual obligation ; with many other matters of the utmost consequence in religion, are fairly considered, and debated, and the arguments on both sides impartially represented.