Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity in the Nineteenth Century

Albert Barnes

Lecture I

The limitations of the human mind on the subject of religion.

Lecture II

Historical evidence as affected by time.

Lecture III

Historical evidence as affected by science.

Lecture IV

The evidency of Christianity from its propogation.

Lecture V

Miracles: the evidence i the nineteenth century that they were performed in the first.

Lecture VI

The argument for the truth of Christianity, in the nineteenth century, from prophecy.

Lecture VII

Inspiration of the Scriptures with reference to the objections made in the nineteenth century.

Lecture VIII

The evidence of the divine origin of Christianity from the personal character and the incarnation of Christ.

Lecture IX

The Christian religion as adapted the the wants of man, as illustrated in these eighteen hundred years.

Lecture X

The relation of Christianity to the world's progress in science, civilization, and the arts in the nineteenth century.