A compendious view of the proofs of the authenticity and inspiration of the Old and New Testaments, an analysis of Tomline on the canon of the Old and New Testaments [by J. Evans].

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Página 60 - Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me, he will keep my words; and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him and make our abode with him.
Página 31 - Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the LORD your God which I command you.
Página 35 - That when the truth of any proposition is established upon just and legitimate grounds, or when any doctrine is revealed in the written word of God, no weight whatever is due to objections founded in probable reasoning, metaphysical speculation, or conjectural criticism ; and we may safely pronounce, that no other have ever been brought to oppose the conclusions which we have seen derived, from facts, by arguments obviously resulting from those facts, and consistent with each other, in favour of...
Página 67 - And as to the other seven books — the epistle to the Hebrews, the epistle of St. James, the second epistle of St. Peter, the second and third epistles of St. John, the epistle of St. Jude, and the...
Página 52 - Epistles (<•), written while he was a prisoner at Rome, inform us that Luke continued from that time with Paul till he was released from his confinement at Rome, which was a space of about five years, and included a very interesting part of St. Paul's life (d).
Página 16 - They were left to the common use of their faculties, and did not upon every occasion stand in need of supernatural communication; but whenever, and as far as divine assistance was necessary, it was always afforded. In different parts of Scripture we perceive that there were different sorts and degrees of inspiration : God enabled Moses to give an account of the creation of the world; he enabled Joshua to record with exactness the settlement of the Israelites in the land of Canaan; he...
Página 52 - JOHN was the son of Zebedee and Salome, and younger brother of James the Great, with whom he was brought up as a fisherman, and with whom he was called to be a disciple and apostle of Christ.
Página 19 - It is enough for us to know, that every writer of the Old Testament was inspired, and that the whole of the history it contains, without any exception or reserve, is true.
Página 9 - ... sanction was authentic. To this genuine collection, which, according to former custom, was placed in the temple, were afterwards annexed the sacred compositions of Ezra himself, as well as those of Nehemiah and Malachi, which were written after the death of Ezra. This addition, which was probably made by Simon the Just, the last of the great synagogue, completed the Canon of the Old Testament ; for after Malachi no Prophet arose till the time of John the Baptist, who, as it were, connected the...
Página 63 - That the four Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, thirteen Epistles of St. Paul, the First Epistle of John, and the First of Peter, were received, without doubt, by those who doubted concerning the other books which are included in our present canon.

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