NARRATIVE OF CONVERSIONS.
SECT. 1. A general introductory statement
11. Manner of conversion various, yet bearing a great analogy
11. This work further illustrated in particular instances
LIFE AND DIARY OF THE REV. DAVID BRAINERD.
PART I. From his birth to the time when he began to study for the Ministry 81
II. From his beginning to study, till bis being examined and licensed
JII. From his being licepsed to preach, till be was appointed Mis-
sionary to the Indians
IV. From his appointment, to his entrance on the mission at Kau-
V. From his beginning to instruct the Indians, to his ordination 140
VI. From his ordination, till he began to preach to the Indians at
Crosweeksung, where he had his most remarkable success 185
VII. Return from his last journey to Susquahangah in a consump-
tion, whereof be died
VIII. From his return to Susquahannah till bis death
Mr. BRAINERD'S JOURNAL IN TWO PARTS.
PART I. The rise and progress of a remarkable work of grace, &c.
From A. D. 1745-June 19 to Nov. 14, at Crosweeksung and
Forks of Delaware
II. From A. D. 1745— Nov. 24 to June 19, 1746, do.
SICT. 1. The doctrine preached to the Indians
11. Morality, sobriety, and external duties promoted by preaching
111. Continuance, renewal, and quickness of the work
1v. But little appearance of false religion
SECT. I. His method of learning the Indian language
instructing the Indians
III. Difficulties attending the Christianizing the Indians.-First
difficulty, Their rooted aversion to Christianity
iv. Second difficulty, To convey divine truths to their understand-
ing, and to gain their assent
v. Third difficulty, Their inconvenient situations, savage manners,
and unhappy method of living