Imatges de pÓgina
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SECT. I. Little light to be got from the systems of Chris-
tian writers ---or the objections of Deists,-or from the
Rabbins,-or from the Cabalists, concerning the true
nature of the Jewish Republic.-

The Hebrero People
separated from the rest of mankind not as favourites, but
to preserve the knowledge of the true God amidst an
idolatrous world,--Vindicated from the calumnious false-
hoods of the Poet Voltaire -

pp. 1-19

SECT. II. Proves the Jewish Government to be a Theo-

cracy. This form shewn to be necessary : There being
no other, by which opinions could be justly punished by
civil Laws: And without such Laws against idolatry, the



SECT. IV. The Consequences of a Theocracy considered. ---

Shewn that it must be administered by an extraordinary
Providence, equally dispensing temporal Rewards and
Punishments, both to the Community and to Particulars.
--That Scripture gives this representation of God's
government. And that there are many favourable cir-
cumstances in the character of the Jewish People, to
induce an impartial Examiner to believe that represen-

tation to be true

pp. 117-158

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from the Old Testament ;first from the book of Jog

which is proved to be an allegoric Poem, written on the

return from the Captivity, and representing the Circam.

stances of the People of that time. The famous words,

I know that my Redeemer liveth, &c. shewn to signify, in

their literal sense, the hopes of a temporal deliverance only,

pp. 297-384


duced from the New Testament, in which the nature of

the Apostolic Reasonings against the Errors of Jewish

Converts is explained and illustrated pp. 415-444

Notes to the first four Sections

pp. 445-483

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