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(1.) Respecting the character which Job is made to

personate, and the drift of the argument be-

tween him and his friends. p. 281.

(2.) Respecting the appositeness of the literal history

of Job.

p.

289.

2. A discussion of the dramatic poem contained in the
What the predecessors of the Christian Dispensation announced

book of Job. p. 285.

(1.) A brief statement of the argument. p. 285.

(2.) An analysis of the poem. p. 287.

3. Grounds, on which the poem is maintained to be an

apologue. p. 309.

(1.) The internal evidence afforded by the subject of

the poem. p. 310.

(2.) Certain declarations made by the author. p. 311.

BOOK III.

RESPECTING THE OBJECT OF THE CHRISTIAN DISPENSATION. p. 313.

CHAPTER I.

The object of the Christian Dispensation was to enforce the vital

doctrine of redemption through a divine Mediator and the

consequent certainty of eternal life with a degree of clearness

and fulness hitherto unknown. p. 315.

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