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PRINTED FOR JAMES BLACK AND SON,
TAVISTOCK-STREET, COVENT-

GARDEN.

1817.

BUGHES AND BAYNES, PRINTERS, KAIDEN-LANE, COVENT-GARDEN.

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I. A HISTORY OF THE WORK OF REDEMPTION.

General Introduction

11

PERIOD I. From the Fall to the Incarnation

21

PART I. From the Fall to the Flood

22

II. From the Flood to the Calling of Abraham

35

III. From Abraham to Moses

42

IV. From Moses to David

53

V. From David to the Babylonish Captivity

72

VI. From the Captivity to Christ

97

VII. Improvement of the First Period

124

PERIOD II. From Christ's Incarnation to his Resurrection

133

PART I. Of Christ's Incarnation

134

II. The Purchase of Redemption

140

III. Improvement of the Second Period

159

PERIOD II. From Christ's Resurrection to the End of the World. 167

Sect. 1. Scriptural Representations of this Period

II. How Christ was capacitated for effecting his purpose 175

ni. Established Means of Success.

178

iv. How the Success was carried on

183

PART I. To the Destruction of Jerusalem

185

II. To the Time of Constantine

192

III. To the Rise of Antichrist

203

IV. To the Reformation

206

V. To the present Time

213

VI. Improvement of past Events

227

VII. To the Fall of Antichrist

238

VIII. To the end of Time

250

IX. The General Judgment

259

X. Improvement of the Whole

270

II. MEN ARE NATURALLY GOD'S ENEMIES.

SECT. I. In what respects, Enemies

287

IL The degree of natural Enmity

290

Jil. Why Enemies to God

293

IV. That natural men are unconscious of Enmity, answered 297

v. That they shew respect to God, answered

303

vi. Restraining Grace a Privilege

307

VII. Why unu illing to come to Christ

312

vil. Mercy justly withheld

317

IX. Practical Improvement

319

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