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tionately exhorted to prepare their Hearts for the reception of the INWARD WITNESS, and to relume the LIGHT OF LIFE, which they have extinguished, or rendered faint, through Pride,
Vice, or total Neglect. - Page 223 52. Of the inadequate Idea entertained by many respecto
able Persons concerning Christianity; with a Suggestion on the Expediency of their confidering the true Nature of Christian Philoso
228 53. On Indifference, and Insensibility to Religion,
arising from Hardness of Heart. No Progress can be made in CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY in such a State, as it is a State incompatible with the divine Influence.—The Doctrine of an actual CHANGE, supernaturally produced, in the Heart,
vindicated from the Charge of Enthusiasm. 231 54. A Self-Examination recommended respecting religious Insensibility.
236 55. The Sum and Substance of Christian Philosophy
the Renewal of the Heart by Divine Grace; or the softening it and rendering it susceptible of virtuous and benevolent impressions, by cultivating the two grand Principles-Piety to God, and Charity to Man.
240 56. On spiritual Slumber, as described in the Scrip
tures, and the Necessity of being awakened. 243 57. On the Peace of God, that calm and composed
State which is produced by the Christian
259 58. General Reflections on Happiness.- Errors in
Pursuit of it.-No sublunary Happiness perfect.-Christ's Invitation to the wretched. CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY affords the highest earthly Satisfaction. Its SUMMUM Bonum is a State of GRACE, or the Enjoyment of Divine Favour.
272 59. Apo59. Apologetical Conclufion ; with a Recapitulation
and Addition of a few Particulars respecting the preceding Subjects.
No. I. Cursory Remarks on one or two Objections in
Mr. Paine's last Pamphlet, against the Au.
thenticity of the Gospel. No. II.
333 No. III. No. IV. No. V.