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L E T T E R I.. Theron, convinced of the Iniquity of his Life, and the Evil of his Heart, fees the Necessity of a better Righ-, teousness than his own-Defires a farther Explanation, and a fuller Proof, of the Do&trine under Debate.
L E T T E R III. Afpafio proves the Point - from the Liturgy - the Articles-the Homilies of the Church of England and the Writings of the Fathers. My
Aspasio re-establishes the Tenet, from the Scriptures of the Old Testament, . ..
IL ETTER V.
Aspasio relates a remarkable Pannic-Terrors of the Day of Judgment-CHRIST's Righteousness and · its Imputation, largely demonstrated from the New
LET T E VI. Theron takes a cursory. View of the habitable Creatim-Traces the Perfections of Nature, through the Earth, Air, and Fire-Admirable Construction, and advantageous Effects, of these Elements. The
Aspasio takes occafion to display the no less admirable Perfection of CHRIST's Righteousness-Its Principle-Extent-Perseverance.
L ET TER VIII. · Afpafio describes a Drought--Majesty and Beauty of the Sun, after a Night of Rain--The meritorious Excellency of CHRIST's Righteousness illustrated, from the Magnificence of his Works, and the Divinity of bis Person. '
· LETTER IX. · Theron's Account of the Western Cliffs--the Wonders of the Ocean--and the Benefits of Navigation. ..
Aspasio enumerates the much richer Benefits, resulting
- Aspasio exemplifies the last Particular, in two very
**** Aspasio touches upon Union with CHRIST-How
Afpasio revisits Theron.Theron under Anxiety of
Harvest Scene - Philenor's Gardens -- Statues ---
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View of the Country, through a fine Vifta—The Nas fure of Faith— Is an appropriating Persuasion-Af-. furance of my Title, and a Personal Application, enter into its Essence.
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Motives and Encouragements to that most bleffed Af-
River Voyage~The diversified Prospect-Comparative Happiness Advantages of Peace - A Celebra... tion of the Gospel and its Blessings, in a Kind of Rhapa .. fody-CHRIST's Righteousness applied to every Case of Difress, and every Time of Need.
DIALOGUE I. SETS HERON, was a Gentleman of fine. A Taste; of accurate, rather than exten: : Jill five Reading; and particularly charmed ang with the Study of Nature. He traced ::
the Planets in their Courses, and examined the Formation of the meaneft Vegetable; not merely to gratify a refined Curiosity, but chiefly to cultivate the nobler Principles of Morality. Several Discoveries. He made, and every Discovery He improved, to this important End to raise in his · Mind, more exalted Apprehensions of the Supreme BEING-and to inlarge his Affections, with a . disinterested Benevolence; conformable, in some Degree, to that boundless Liberality, which pervades and animates the whole Creation.
VOL. I.. . B ...-... Aspasio,