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PART VI.-RESENTMENT. Scriptures agreeing with Natural Law.
PART VII.-RESENTMENT.-Scriptures seeming
to go beyond Natural Law.
THE Gospel compared to light, as dispel-
ling moral darkness, or barbarism.
2. Barbarism may be measured by the strength of
3. Occasion of these Discourses.
7. By distinguishing it from other sentiments, to
8. More of Hatred as distinguished from disappro-
9. Hatred described by describing the object.
12. Scriptural language relative to the nature of
hatred. Preliminary observations.
13. Instances; first of hatred in its proper sense;
where of hating the partner of guilt-the virtuous-the
of disapprobation mixed with hatred.
Effects of hatred. And first its good effects.
23. The difference between justifying God and di-
Sentiment how more useful than mere reason.
28. Objection, how can it be useful to hate Defor-
mity? Where of men's priding themselves in fasti-
29. How the good effects of hatred increase.
30. Idea of the world on supposition that those qua-
lities which are now odious, excited no disgust.
31. Hurtful effects of hatred; and first as generat-
34. Towards persons unknown, or little known.
35. Estimated by the good which it prevents.
36. Proportioned to its growth.
37. Regulation of hatred: the question whether it
can be too much weakened: and the true meaning of
its being forbidden in general terms.
38. Practical directions for the object of hatred :