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(*.* A few Explanatory Notes have been added to the ensuing pages. To

distinguish these from Rult's and Priestley's Notes, they have been enclosed in brackets.)

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CONTENTS.

PAGE

vi
vii

THE HISTORY OF OPINIONS RELATING TO JESUS CHRIST.

The Introduction, page 1 -Sect. I. Of the Opinion of the ancient Jewish and Gentile

Churches, 3—Sect. II. Of the first Step that was made towards the Deification of

Christ, by the Personification of the Logos, 8-Sect. III. The Supremacy was

always ascribed to the Father before the Council of Nice, 16-Sect. IV. Of the

Difficulty with which the Doctrine of the Divinity of Christ was established, 19%

Sect. V. An Account of the Unitarians before the Council of Nice, 24-Sect. VI.

Of the Arian Controversy, 26–Sect. VII. Of the Doctrine concerning the Holy

Spirit, 29-Sect. VIII. The History of the Doctrine of the Trinity, from the

Councils of Nice and Constantinople, till after the Eutychian Controversy, 34-

Sect. IX. The State of the Doctrine of the Trinity in the Latin Church, 38-

Sect. X. The History of the Doctrine of the Trinity after the Eutychian Contro-

versy, 42-Sect. XI. A general View of the Recovery of the genuine Doctrine of

Christianity concerning the Nature of Christ, 45.

PART II.

THE HISTORY OF OPINIONS RELATING TO THE DOCTRINE OF ATONEMENT.

The Introduction, page 51-Sect. I. That Christ did not die to make Satisfaction for

the Sins of Men, 52-Sect. II. Of the true End and Design of the Death of
Christ, 57-Sect. III. Of the Sense in which the Death of Christ is represented as

a Sacrifice, and other figurative Representations of it, 60—Sect. IV. Of the

Opinions of the Apostolical Fathers, 71-Sect. V. Of the Opinions of the Fathers

tisl after the Time of Austin, 73-Sect. VI. Of the State of Opinions concerning

the Doctrine of Atonement, from the Time of Austin to the Reformation, 82-

Sect. VII. Of the Doctrine of the Reformers on the Subject of Atonement, 85.

PART III.

THE HISTORY OF OPINIONS CONCERNING GRACE, ORIGINAL SIN, AND PREDESTINATION.

The Introduction, page 93-Sect. I. Of the Doctrines of Grace, &c., before the Pelagian

Controversy, 95-Sect. II. Of the Pelagian Controversy and the State of Opinions

in consequence of it, 97—Sect. III. Of the Doctrine of Grace, &c., in the Middle

Ages, and till the Reformation, 101-Sect. IV. Of the Doctrines of Grace, Original

Sin, and Predestination, since the Reformation, 103.

PART IV.

THE HISTORY (7 OPINIONS RELATING TO SAINTS AND ANGELS.
The Introduction, page 108-Sect. I. Part 1. Of the Respect paid to Saints in general,

till the Fall of the Western Empire, 108-Part 2. Of Pictures and Images in

PART VI.

THE HISTORY OF OPINIONS RELATING TO THE LORD'S SUPPER.

The Introduction, page 140—Sect. I. The History of the Eucharist, till after the Time of

Austin, 141--Sect. II. The History of the Eucharist from the Time of Austin to
that of Paschasius, 148-Sect. III. The History of the Eucharist, from the Time of

Paschasius to the Reformation, 153–Sect. IV. Of the Recovery of the genuine

Christian Doctrine concerning the Lord's Supper, 161.

THE HISTORY OF CAURCH REVENUES.

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