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the time of Christ.

on the Samaritans

on Matt. xix. 28.

Blind Pharisee custom alluded to

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Blomfield, Bp. on the Chaldee paraphrases, &c.
on the Messiah expected by the Jews in

Biscoe on the power of life and death among the Jews.
Bishops, how to behave towards the pastors
Blastus, chamberlain of Herod, was a Roman
Blayney's, Dr. interpretation of Jer. xxxi. 22.
Blessed with faithful Abraham, Gal. iii. 9.
Blind men at Jericho, &c.....

1 Baskets, on the twelve
[Bath Col, its kind and degrees

I Believe, men must believe much that cannot be compre-

hended..
Belsham on the miraculous conception

on the Epistles, reasons for esteeming lightly this

work
Benjamin shall ravin as a wolf, applied by Witsius to St.
Paul
Benson, Mr. proposed reading of Luke xxii.

chronology confirmed by the prophecy of the

Seventy Weeks..

Berkeley, on the non-existence of matter

Bethabara, where John baptized, the place where the ark
rested...

Bethell's Bp. treatise on regeneration.....
Bind and loose, meaning of these words

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Body resurrection, a mystery to be more fully revealed.

Brahmins and Budhists might be appealed to on their own

Breathing out threatnings," (Acts ix. 1.) a similar phrase
often found in classical authors...

Brethren of Christ, why not believers in his claims.

Britain, probably visited by St. Paul

Bull, Bp. his defensio fidei Nicænæ, the great storehouse
of argument against Unitarianism...

Burgess, Bp. on St. Paul's visiting Britain..

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Calvinistic tenets not taught in the Epistles
Calvinists and Arminians, in what respects they agree
Camel's hair, garment of, a dress of the antient Prophets,

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Candace, a common name of the Ethiopian Queens
Canon completed by St. John .............

Capellus on Gal. iii. 20.....

Capernaum why our Lord fixed on, as a residence.
Carpocrates his opinions...

Carpzovius on the Logos

Castalio on the word Jesus..

Catechism of the Church of England identifies Baptism

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Celsus reproaches the Christians for calling Christ the

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Centurion's servant, healing of the

Ceramicus at Athens..

Cerinthians opposed by St. John..

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Cerinthus began to disturb the Church in the time of
St. John

Chaldee paraphrases attribute to "The Word,” the attri-
butes of the Angel Jehovah.

Charity preferable to intellectual and spiritual gifts..
Chickens under her wings, on Dr. Hales's remarks
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Children among the Jews, required to learn a trade, and
study the law at thirteen years of age

Christ and Moses, parallel between

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by what authority he preached at Nazareth.
commenced every important work with prayer.
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declared himself the Messiah at Nazareth...
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enacted the law of Moses, and claimed dominion

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on the atonement of, upon the cross..

opinion of Cerinthus respecting

Christ in his humiliation before Pilate, declares himself

to be the Messiah...

---is betrayed and apprehended....

known in his pre-existent state by the evil spirits..
not to be followed for earthly purposes

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procures greater blessings than Adam has lost.
reveals the future state of the Church....
sanctioned no error because it was popular

sent out the Apostles on the death of John
sympathises with human sorrow...................
the enactor of the Jewish law.
the God of Christianity.

the guide and head of the Church in its three stages I,

the Lord of angels and of men
the only foundation, &c.
the second Adam

where first called Messiah......

why he did not openly declare himself the Messiah I.
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why not shewn to all the people after his resur-
rection...

--. wisdom of, in refusing to work a miracle at Na-
zareth
Christian desires, rather than fears death...
dispensation supported by every species of evi-

dence which confirms the Mosaic...

Christianity a system of institutions, not of theoretical

opinions

meaning of the word..

no religious system comparable to it.
tolerates no vice..

Christians are to become spiritual

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"Church of God," on this phrase

of Jerusalem gradually established.....
of Rome described and censured by St. Paul
its asserted supremacy unscriptural....
jealousy of, among Protestants, just and

reasonable

to be condemned for its traditions.
unaltered and unalterable..

Church service, how altered at the Reformation
Churches in the time of the Apostles, on the....
rules for their government...

Chuza, Herod's steward, supposed to be the nobleman at

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Circumcision not necessary to a sojourner among the

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on the divinity of Christ

on the time when the Apostles left Judea

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Claudius, Emperor, date of his banishing the Jews from
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Cleansing of the Temple by Christ, an assertion of the
Messiahship

Cleanthus, hymn of, quoted by St. Paul....

Clemens Alexandrinus, hymn of, to Christ....

Clemens on St. Mark's Gospel

Clergy particularly addressed by Matthew, xii. 5.

their true dignity

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Cloven tongues, how long they remained on the Apostles II.

Colossians, Epistle to, date, origin, &c.

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Condition, past and present, of the Jews, contrasted
Confession of St. Péter more ample than that of the Cen-
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Confirmation derived from the practice of the Apostles.. II.
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Contrast between the teaching and disciples of our Lord

Controversies among Christians, how divided

Controversy has been held on all points of theological
enquiry......

Conversion, whether sensible impressions on the mind are
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Cophinus of the Jews

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Creed, articles of the Apostles, taught in the sermons and
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misery of man

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Damascus, how possessed by Aretas

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Darkness that fell on St. Paul, typical

Danzius, Joh. And. treatise on Baptism.

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