Originality of our Saviour’s Character
Conformity of the Facts occasionally mentioned or referred to in Scripture with the State of things in these Times, as represented by foreign and independent Accounts.
Of the History of the Resurrection.
Of the Propagation of Christianity.
Sect. 2 Reflections upon the preceding Account.
Sect. 3 Of the Religion of Mahomet.
A brief consideration of some popular objections.
The Discrepancies between the several Gospels.
Erroneous Opinions imputed to the Apostles.
The Connection of Christianity with the Jewish History.
Rejection of Christianity.
That the Christian Miracles are not recited, or appealed to, by early Christian Writers themselves, so fully or frequently as might have been expected.
Want of Universality in the Knowledge and Reception of Christianity, and of greater Clearness in the Evidence.
Supposed effects of Christianity.
I deem it unnecessary to prove that mankind stood in need of a revelation because I have met with no serious person who thinks that, even under the Christian revelation, we have too much light, or any degree of assurance which is superfluous. I desire, moreover, that in judging of Christianity, it may be remembered that the question lies between this religion and none: for, if the Christian religion be not credible, no one, with whom we have to do, will support the pretensions of any other.