Criterion; Or, Rules by which the True Miracles Recorded in the New Testament are Distinquished from the Spurious Miracles of Pagans and Papists
Three points are discussed. First, a refutation of David Hume's "Philosophical essarys concerning Human Understanding and concerning the credibility of miracles, secondly shows the pretended miracles of the pagans of ancient times and of the papists in more modern days, and lastly, the miracles of Jesus Christ shown not to be liable to the objections urged against those of the Abbé Paris.
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