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Contents include: what is to be proved and the nature of the evidence; what is meant by miracles? The possibility of them, and the possibility of proving them; how the antecedent presumption against the occurrence of miracles is set aside; admitted facts respecting Christianity; proof of the supernatural origin of Christianity from the portraiture of the character of Jesus in the evangelists; proof of the miracles from peculiar features of the gospel narratives; proof of the resurrection of Jesus from statements by the apostle Paul; the genuineness of the gospels; trustworthiness of the testimony of the apostles.
Contents also include: the proof of resurrection of Jesus from the evangelists; alleged errors of the apostles in matters of opinion; alleged difficulties in the connection of Christianity with the old testament religion; proof of Christianity from prophecy; argument for Christianity from the conversion and the career of the apostle Paul; proof of the divine origin of Christianity from the intrinsic excellence of the Christian system; proof afforded by the contrast of Christianity with other religions and with philosophical systems; corroborative proof of the truth of Christianity from its utility; and corroborative proof of Christianity from its rapid spread in the first centuries. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.