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NARRATIVE OF SURPRISING CONVERSIONS.
G, & C. & H. CARVILL.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV.
PART I. The Work a glorious Work of God.
SECT. 1. We should judge of it by its effects.
Preface by friends
2. The probability that the latter-day glory will begin in America
4. Obligations of rulers and others to promote the work
PART III. Offence taken beyond just cause.
PART IV. Things to be avoided.
3. Ignorance of inward experiences
4. Of censuring professing Christians
5. Errors relative to lay-exhorting
6. Errors relative to singing.
SECT. 1. We should remove stumbling-blocks
2. What should be done to advance it
PART II. Reasons for the negative of the question
3. Profession should be of real piety
4. Reason requires a hearty profession.
OBJ. 1. The church is the school of Christ.
3. Jews partook of the Passover
4. John's disciples made no profession of piety
5. Many are called, but few chosen
6. Wheat and tares grow together.
9. If grace be required, it must be known
12. Tendency of the Lord's Supper
13. God does not require impossibilities.
14. Unsanctified persons may live as saints
15. Better admit hypocrites than exclude saints
16. Hypocrites will be admitted . .
18. Men's opinion of themselves no criterion
20. Some have been converted at the sacrament.
Appendix, Mr. Foxcroft's letter. .
PART I. Misrepresentations of Mr. Williams
SECT. 1. What is the question ?
PART II. Mr. Williams's scheme
4. Of an indeterminate profession
6. Visibility without probability
PART III. Exceptionable mode of reasoning
11. Arguments hostile to both sides
12. The passover and circumcision
15. Of coming without a known right