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RICHARD BAYNES, 28, PATERNOSTER ROW: HATCHARD AND SON, PICCADILLY; PARKER, OXFORD; DEIGHTON AND SONS, CAMBRIDGE ; WAUGH AND INNES, EDINBURGH; CHALMERS AND COLLINGS, GLASGOW; M. KEENB; AND R, M. TIMS, DUBLIN,
Whether the Dictates of Nature are laws, and
obligation with them ...
Concerning the rewards and punishments annexed to the law
of Nature ..
Whether the complacency attending good actions, and the re-
morse attending bad ones, are sufficient to excite man-
kind to the former, and deter them from the latter...... 127
What are the real sanctions of Deism, and whether they are
easily discovered ...
If the light of Nature were the only means of acquiring reli-
gion, whether it would be very clear and universal..... 176
That nothing can contribute more to our obeying the law of
God, than the knowledge of our chief good; and that the
ancient Philosophers were infinitely at a loss to ascertain
the chief good.....
What the chief evil of Deism is. What that of Christianity is 206
Whether the law of Nature is eternal, and a law to God...... 225
Whether the Deistical law of Nature, if allowed to include the
rewards and punishments of futurity, will damn all Man-
Whether any man can be sure a revelation hath been made
Whether the Faith of the common People does not depend ab-
solutely on their Clergy, and not on any certainty they
can have, that the Scriptures are the Word of God, or that
they have been kept uncorrupted
Whether those who have not previously a right idea of God,
can judge whether any pretended revelation is worthy of
Two sorts of fitnesses to be expected in the right religion ;
the first relating to him who gives it, the second to them
who are to receive it....
The subject of Mysteries entered on ...
Objections to the doctrine of the Trinity
Objection to Christianity from the disputes among the Chris-
Objections to the Sanctions of Christianity
Concerning the late introduction of Christianity, as an objection
to its truth
Objection to Christianity drawn from the ill lives of its pro-
Whether Libertinism affords an argument in favour of Chris-