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or Al Men of One Blood, has been much expanded. Three new illustrations of my leading principle have been added, and largely treated; viz. the Origin of Man, the Origin of Life, and Design as indicating creation. In short, no pains have been spared to bring the treatise down to the present state of Science and the controversies of the present time, as far as they appertain to the subject I have taken in hand.
The book has been thus increased by about half the amount of matter which the last edition contained ; but the price remains as before.
JOHN H. PRATT.
1. The Antiquity of the Earth. 2. Creatures in Existence
before the Six Days. 3. Existence of Light before the
4. Death in the World before Adam's Fall.
5. Specific Centres of Creation. 6. No Known Traces
of the Deluge. 7. The Deluge probably not over the
III.-EXAMPLES, IN WHICH SCIENCE HAS BEEN DELIVERED FROM THE
FALSE CONCLUSIONS OF SOME OF ITS VOTARIES, AND THEREBY
SHOWN TO BE IN ENTIRE AGREEMENT WITH SCRIPTURE
1. All Men of one Blood. 2. Differences of Nations since
the Flood. 3. Mankind originally of One Language.
4. Age of the Human Race according to Hindoo and
Chinese Astronomy: 5. to Egyptian Antiquities: 6.
to Nile Deposits : 7. to Flint Remains. 8. The
Species of the Six Days Creation distinct from pre-
Adamite Species. 9. Origin of Species. 10. Origin of
Man. 11. Origin of Life. 12. Uniformity of Nature.
13. Design. 14. Arithmetical Objections to the
SCRIPTURE AND SCIENCE NOT AT
*OT AND PLAN OF THE PRESENT TREATISE.
1, not unfrequently made, that the disce are opposed to the declarations of is as mischievous as it is false, because call in question the Inspiration of the and to throw discredit upon scientific
are predisposed to reject such a congeneral conviction that Scripture is the re nevertheless at a loss for arguments
rge. It is the object of the following pages to furnish such persons with a reply, in a concise and portable form. The treatise, therefore, is intentionally only a summary of arguments. To expand it, except by the addition of new illustrations, would defeat my design. A larger work would not find access where I hope this will. There are others also whose case it is here designed to meet—those who receive the Christian Revelation, but, under the influence of supposed difficulties brought to light by scientific dis