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OF THE CIVIL MAGISTRATES.
1st. It cannot be derived from Scripture.
nor from antiquity.
England's having received the
1. Proved from the Mosaic Dispensation.
IV. THE LAWFULNESS or WARS IS ASSERTED.
1st. Proved from Scripture.
II. ALL MEN OUGHT TO GIVE ALMS LIBERALLY.
Proved from Scripture.
1st. Proved from reason.
Page 66, 90 for Fuller read Dupin.
179 (note) for Hooper read Hooker.
OF FAITH IN THE HOLY TRINITY.
THERE IS BUT ONE LIVING AND TRUE GOD, EVERLAST
ING, WITHOUT BODY, PARTS, OR PASSIONS, OF INFLNITE POWER, WISDOM, AND GOODNESS, THE MAKER AND PRESERVER OF ALL THINGS, BOTH VISIBLE AND
INVISIBLE, AND IN THE UNITY
OF THIS GODHEAD
THERE ARE THREE PERSONS
POWER, AND ETERNITY, THE FATHER, THE SON, AND
THE HOLY GHOST.
This article may be considered as stating,
I. The leading .doctrine of natural religion, and
I. In order to explain the doctrines of natural religion, it will be necessary to establish,
Ist. The existence of God. 2d. The unity of God. 3d. His nature. 4th. His attributes, and 5th. His works. 1st. We proposed to consider the existence of God.a
a The arguments for the existence of God are of two kinds. 1. Arguments a priori, by which the question is proved by consi