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OF THE

EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY.

IN THREE PARTS.

Part I, Of the direct Historical Evidence of Christianity,
and wherein it is distinguished from the Evidence alledged
for other Miracles.

Part II. Of the Auxiliary Evidences of Christianity.

Part. III. A brief Consideration of some popular Objections.

BY WILLIAM PALEY, M. A.

ARCHDEACON OF CARLISLE.

THE SEVENTH EDITION.

IN TWO VOLUMES.—VOL. II.

LONDON:

PRINTED BY J. DAVIS, CHANCERY LANE J

FOR R. FAULDER, NEW BOND STREET.

M.DCCC.

iLL CONTENTS

Conformity of the fasts occasionally mentioned or referred

to in Scripture, with the Jlate of things in those times, as

reprefented'hy foreign and independent accounts p. 133

CHAP. VII.

Undesigned Coincidences — — p. 195

CHAP. VIII. .

Of tif^istory of the Resurrection — p. 2CI

;; CHAP. IX.

Of the Propagation of Christianity — p. 2 09

Sect. II. RefleBions upon the preceding Account p. 246

Sect. HI. Of ihc Success of MnRometanifm p. 261

PART III.

A BRIEF CONSIDERATION OF SOME POPULAR
OBJECTIONS.

CHAP. I.

The Discrepancies between the several-Gospels p. 289

CHAP. II.

Erjoneous Opinions imputed to the Apostles p. 297

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.' C H A P. III.

She Connection of Christianity -with the Jewish History

p. 306.

CHAP.

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