Read online or download a free book: Origines Sacræ Volume 1: Or A Rational Account Of The Grounds Of Natural And Revealed Religion. To Which Is Added Part Of Another Book Upon The Same ... To A Deist. In Two Volumes. By Edward St
Publisher: General Books LLC (12 Feb. 2012)
By: Edward Stillingfleet (Author)
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1797 Excerpt: ... CHAP. IX. The rational Evidence of the Truth of Christian Religion from Miracles. I. The Possibility of Miracles appears from God and Providence: the Evidence of a Divine Testimony by them. God alone can really alter the Course of Nature. The Devil's Power of working Miracles considered. Of Simon Magus, Apollonius. The Cures in the Temple of Æ:sculapius at Rome, c. II. God never works Miracles but for some particular End. The particular Reasons of the Miracles of Christ. The repealing the Law of Moses, which had been settled by Miracles. Why Christ checked the Pharisees for demanding a Sign, when himself appeals to his Miracles. The Power of Christ's Miracles on many who did not thoroughly believe. III. Christ's Miracles made it evident that he was the Mestias, because the Prediclions were fulfilled in him. Why John Baptist wrought no Miracles. IV. Christ's Miracles necessary for the Overthrow of the Devil's Kingdom. V. Of the Demoniacs and Lunatics in the Gospel, and in the Primitive Church. The Power of the Name of Christ over them largely proved by several Testimonies. VI. The Evidence thence of a Divine Pozver in Christ. VII. Of counterfeit Dispossessions. Of Miracles wrought among Infidels. VIII. Of the future State of the Church. IX. The Necessity of the Miracles of Christ, as to the Propagation of Christian Religion: that proved from the Condition of the Publishers, and the Success of the Doclrine. The Apostles knew the Hazard of their Employment before they entered into it. X. The Boldness and Resolution of the Apostles notwithstanding this, compared with Heathen Philosophers. XI. No Motive could carry the Apostles through ther Employment, but the Truth of their DocVol. I. U trine: Book trine: XII. not seeking the Honour, Profit, or Plea'' sur...
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