EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY.

LECTURES.

BEFORE
THE LOWELL INSTITUTE,
REVISED AS A TEXT BOOK.

WITH A SUPPLEMENTARY CHAPTER, CONSIDERING SOME ATTACKS OF THE
CRITICAL SCHOOL, THE CORROBORATIVE EVIDENCE OF RECENTLY
DISCOVERED MANUSCRIPTS, ETC., AND THE TESTIMONY OF
JESUS ON HIS TRIAL.

BY
MARK HOPKINS, D.D., LL.D.
LATE PRESIDENT OF WILLIAMS COLLEGE.

TWENTY-SECOND EDITION.

BOSTON:
PUBLISHED BY T. R. MARVIN & SON.
THE BAKER & TAYLOR CO., 5 AND 7 EAST 16TH STREET, NEW YORK.
A. C. MCCLURG & CO., CHICAGO.
1904.

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  • Title Page 1
  • Preface - To the First Edition. 4
  • Contents 7
  • Lecture I. - Object of the Course. -- Responsibility of Men for Their Opinions. -- Revelation Provable. -- This Shown from A Comparison of Mathematical and Moral Evidence, and from An Analysis of the Argument of Hume. 13
  • Lecture Ii. 39
  • Lecture Iii. 68
  • Lecture Iv. 97
  • Lecture V. 125
  • Lecture Vi. 155
  • Lecture Vii. 183
  • Lecture Viii. 210
  • Lecture Ix. 238
  • Lecture X. 269
  • Lecture Xi. 299
  • Lecture XII 328
  • Supplement. 357
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