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M E T H O D
SETTLING THE CANON
The Letter of Abgarus to Christ, with Christ's Answer to Ab
gårus in Greek and English. The Accounts of the Antients, viz. Eusebius, Ephraem Syrus, &c. relating to them. The Sentiments of modern Writers concerning them. They have been rejected by most, but ejleemed as genuine by several learned Men in England.
Numb. I. The EPISTLE of JESUS CHRIST to
ABGARUS, KING of EDESSA.
HAT there were formerly several writings ascribed to
our Saviour, as well as his Apostles, I have observed in the preceding volume (viz. Part II. Ch. XIV, XV.) Those are all loft, but were undoubtedly spurious and suppoVOL. II.