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xviii

The C

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N T . E N T S.

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VII!. Of the

Fall

of

1Vfan,

ana Entry of

S1n

into

the W

orlg, as

it

is ·

fu11y

de..

n1onfl:rable to Reafon, -

as .

well

as

by

the

·

, Certainty

of

Faith.

4)

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S

E· C T I 0 N

II.

'I.

HOlding

forth thofe great Affifl:ances

.-

to the

Chrifiian

Faith,

and of the

,_

Meffias being furely

promifed to

the Church before his con1ing. 46

li.

Of the Ti·uth

and

Accompliflun~nt

of

this

gre~t

Pron1ife of the Meffia-s, and

how it is now, a_s furc in the Event, as

'ris

clear he was pron1ifed.

-

48

III.

Of the

fpec_~al

Advantage for Confir–

n1ation of our Faith-herein, that for Four

thoufand Years

~he

pron1ifed con1ing of

the Me"ilias was deferred.

·

')I ,

IV..

Of

the

Nature an·d internal Excellency

of

Chri~iani.ty,

to

bear

fu~thefi:

Evidence

to

the

Truth

thereof.

·

52,

53

...

~-

V.

That

this is the

fan1e Gofpe1 we

now

-

receive and enjoy, which from the fir!l:.

· ' Promulgation thereof, bath had· fo

great

Effeets

on the

World.

·

5)

Vt.

That

the Sufferings of the Saints in

_Titnes

pafi:, was ·fo ,d,emon!hably above

tl1c.

Ailiftance of

:t~ature.

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