and Clemens Alex, had favourable opinions of the future condition of the virtuous pagans 222 — 2 23 Clemens Alex, explained and corrected 223 Ignatius.
Remarks on his epiftles and his martyrdom 223 — 233 A reading in one of his epiftles defended 224 — 227 Remarks on a tax instituted by Augustus 234, 235 Appendix 237 Dedication 247 Reniarks upon miracles in general 247, 248 Notfons of Van Dale and Le Clerc concerning them 247 a 2 The Vii J CONTENTS- Pag« The opinion that God alone can work miracles, not probable 248 The miracles of our Saviour and of his Apostles de- fended 349-^—264 Quadratus^ his testimony concerning miracles 250 A passage in Tert^lian corrected 251 The miracles of Cnrist were of a prophetic nature, and represented future events 256 — 264 One of i St Paul's miracles of the same kind 263 I)i Serence between the writers of the N. dind the writers of Legends 262 Reasons for which our Saviour cast out evil spirits 256 Remarks on the Daemoniacs 161 St Paul, an emblem perhaps of the Jewish nation 263 An answer to the objection made from the miracles of false Chris ts 264 — 26^ The Apostles seem to have wrought miracles onlj when they were moved by the Holy Spirit 267 Recapitulation of the arguments in behalf of Chris- tianity ^67 — 270 General remarks on the miracles said to have been wrought after the Apostolical days, in the second and third centuries 271 — 286 These miracles not to be compared, in point of evidence, with the miracles of Christ and the Apostles 271 The arguments which may be alledged in favour of them • 273 Objections which may be made to them 274 Some of them not improbable 276 Constancy of the martyrs may be ascribed to a divine assistance * 276 The doctrine of ^ particular providence maintained by Woolaston and Le Clerc 277 — lit Tlie miracles after Constantine deserve no credit 281 Van Dale, Moyle, and Le Clerc ; their notions of the miracles after the days of the apostles 282 — 285 Middleton not singular in rejecting these miracles 282 u do KT£irrs» ix Ic Clerc's character of Van Dale and Moyk 284 The Christian miracles of different ages : how far credible, or not 285 The improbable story of Abganis 286 The co Qveriiion of the inhabitants of Edessa • 287 The Ethopians instructed by the Eunuch ^ 287 Miracles wrought by apostolical men 288 — 290 Jostin M.
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