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Chapter I.—The self-evidencing power of truth.
Chapter II.—Objections to the resurrection of the flesh.
Chapter III.—If the members rise, must they discharge the same functions as now?
Chapter IV.—Must the deformed rise deformed?
Chapter V.—The resurrection of the flesh is not impossible.
Chapter VI.—The resurrection consistent with the opinions of the philosophers.
Chapter VII.—The body valuable in God’s sight.
Chapter VIII.—Does the body cause the soul to sin?
Chapter IX.—The resurrection of Christ proves that the body rises.
Chapter X.—The body saved, and will therefore rise.
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