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INDEX THE SECOND.

Vol. Chap. Sect.
Angels ascending and descending interpreted by King as
a literal prophecy

I. 2 2
the agents of the Deity...

1. 8 16
at the tomb of our Lord

1.

16
attendant at the giving of the Law.

II. 9 22
probability of their continued agency

II. 10

9
Angel of the congregation-his duties in the Synagogue,
service and qualifications

II. 11 6
Angelic appearances, prove our nearness to the invisible
world..

1. 8 | 16
Annas, influence of, at Jerusalem when Christ was appre
bended ..

I. 7 1
Anointing with oil, on this custom

II. 14 14
Antipater, son of Herod, probably an adviser of the mas-
sacre at Bethlehem.....

I. 1 16
Antioch, Church of, whether St. Paul was its Apostle. II. 11 1

-, composed of proselytes of the gate .. II. 13
, well situated to become the principal Gentile
Church...

II. U 13
--, spiritual gifts, offices, and titles, in the Church of, II. 11 14
Apocalypse, its design, plan, &c. &c.

II. 15 18
its various interpretations

II.
Apollonius and Apollos, whether the same.

II. 13 12
| Apostates from Christianity have no hope.

IT. 15
Apostacy from Christianity inexpiable ..

II. 15 1
in the Christian Church foretold....

II. 13
A postacies, the two great predicted

II. 15 18
Apostles, why chosen from the lower ranks of life

1.
chosen ...

I. 3 18
connected the two dispensations

I. 4 2
unable to comprebend the causes of Christ's
death...

I. 4 19
office of, well known to the ancient Jews... II.

35
of the High Priest and Sanhedrim, meaning of II. 9 35
when they left Judea after the ascension of Christ II. 10 9
when St. Paul was made

II. 10

13
their safety in the first persecution

II. 23
had power over other Churches...

II. 11 13
their qualifications .....

II.

14
Apostolic, decree on the....

II. 11 13
spiritual meaning of..

II. 11 13
why not mentioned by St. Paul in his Epistle
to the Galatians

II. 12 10
writings early known, and widely circulated II. 15 20
Aratus, on the dog star

I. 1 13
Archelaas, commencement of bis reign

I. 1 16
banished about the time when Christ at twelve
years old weut up to Jerusalem

1. 1 17
Aretas, King of Arabia, defeats the army of Herod Philip 1. 2 8
Arguments in favour of Christianity, how different from
those in favour of other systems..,

I. 4 1
against Christianity have been all refuted. II.
Arminians and Calvinists, in what respects they agree

II.

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Armor, the Christian ..

II. 114

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Arnobius, on Simon Magus .

II. 9 23
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Articles of the Church respecting baptism....

I.
Ascended. “I am not yet,” &c. explained...

1. 8
Ascension, place of our Lord's...

I. 8
Ascensions, three ..

I. 8
Asiatic Jews excite a tumult against St. Paul

II. 13
Athens, wisdom of St. Paul's conduct at

II.
Atonement, the chief doctrine of the Bible

I.
on the......

I. 4
necessity of an, for sin,

I. 7
, object of...

II. 15
Augustus, expression of, to Cleopatra

I. 2
Augustine on baptism

I.
“Angustan band," on the

II. 13
Auricular confession, not an apostolic custom .., II. | 14
Authority of ancient writers preferable to modern conjec-
ture (Note n.)..

. 1
of our Lord, to preach at Nazareth

I. 3
exercised in every stage of the Church,

II 11
of the ministers of the early Church, not from
the people, but from God

II. | 11
“ Babbler,” Acts xvii. 18.........

II. 12
Babylonian Jews, obedient to the Jewish Sanhedrim II. 9
Baptism, origin of, among the Jews

I. 1
whether a permanent institution among the Jews !,

of John, in what respects different from that of
others

I. 1
three forms of

I. 1
time of Christ's..

1.

1
reasons and meaning of Christ's

I. 1
first practised as a permanent institution by
John .

I. 1
Baptismal offices of the Church of England, identify bap-
tism with regeneration

I. 1
Baptize, why Christ did not..

I.

3
Barabbas, bis release, how. obtained .

1.
Barnabas, (the father) compares wicked men to fish

I. 3
Barrett, Dr. on the genealogies of Christ

I.
Barrington, the first Lord, on the image of God and Adam
(Note b.).

I.

1
; papers unpublished communicated by the
Bishop of Durham (Note b.)..

I. 1
on the resurrection of the body...

I. 8
on the earliest notion of immortality...,

II.

9
opinion on the proselytes, confirmed by the
most eminent theologians ...

JI. 10
on the meaning of the word Apostle

II. | 10
on the Apostolic decree

II.
on the miraculous gifts.

11
-, on Galatians iji, 16.

II.

12
Barrow's Dr. Isaac, enquiry if St. Peter was ever at Rome
Basilides, origin of his opinions

I. 1
, nature of his opinions

I. 1

I.
his errors refuted in the Second Epistle of St.
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Baskets, on the twelve

1.
Bath Col, its kind and degrees

I.
defined..

1.
Believe, men must believe much that cannot be compre-
hended..

I.
Belsham on the miraculous conception .. . (Note n.). . I.

on the Epistles, reasons for esteeming lightly this
work

II.
Benjamin shall ravin as a wolf, applied by Witsius to St.
Paul

II.
Benson, Mr. proposed reading of Luke xxii.

I.
on the last Passover

I.
chronology confirmed by the prophecy of the
Seventy Weeks....

II.
Berkeley, on the non-existence of matter

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

I.
Bethell's Bp. treatise on regeneration

I.
Bind and loose, meaning of these words

I,
Biscoe on the power of life and death among the Jews.

I.
Bishops, how to bebave towards the pastors

II.
Blastus, chamberlain of Herod, was a Roman

II.
Blayney's, Dr. interpretation of Jer. xxxi, 22. . . (Note m.), I.
Blessed with faithful Abraham, Gal. iii. 9.

II.
Blind men at Jericho, &c.....

I.
Blind Pharisee custom alluded to

I.
Blomfield, Bp. on the Chaldee paraphrases, &c.

I.
on the Messiah expected by the Jews in

I.
the time of Christ...

I.
on the Samaritans

I.
on Matt. xix. 28.

I.
on the teaching of the Pharisees

I.
on the condemnation of Christ

I.
Blood, prohibition to eat, whether now binding

II.
Body of Christ after the resurrection ....

I.
Body resurrection, a mystery to be more fully revealed.,

I.
Book, the little......

II.
Books burnt at Ephesus...

II.
Bowyer on the expression, “ den of thieves”.

I.
Brahmins and Budhists might be appealed to on their own
principles

II.
“ Breathing out threatnings,” (Acts ix. I.) a similar phrase
often found in classical authors ...

II.
Brethren of Christ, why not believers in his claims.
Britain, probably visited by St. Paul

II
Bull, Bp. his defensio fidei Nicænæ, the great storehouse

of argument against Unitarianism ........(Note bb.).. I.
Burgess, Bp. on St. Paul's visiting Britaio..

II.
Burying places of the Patriarchs...

II.
Buyers and sellers, how often driven from the temple... 1.
Byrom on the gift of tongues

II.
Cainan, this name the same as Şala , ...,

.
Caiphas, on his prophecy.

.
Caligula, account of his interview with Philo
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Calvin, his Character; history of his establishment at Ge-
neva

1.
's interpretation of Jer. xxxi. 26. .(Note in.). 1.
Calvinistic tenets not taught in the Epistles

II.
Calvinists and Arminians, in what respeots they agree II.
Camel's bair, garment of, a dress of the antient Prophets,
&c.

1.
Campbell, &c. on Mark i, 1:

(Note.).. I.
on the Demoniacs

I.
Canaan the type of Heaven

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

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

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

I.
Carpzovius on the Logos

1.
Castalio on the word Jesus.

I.
Catechism of the Church of England identifies Baptism
with Regeneration ...

I.
Catholic Epistles, why so called, account of ...
Causes of our Lord's condemnation

I.
Popery and Mohammedanism

II.
the corruptions of Christianity

II.
Celsus reproaches the Christians for calling Cbrist the
Word of God ....

I.
Centurion's servant, healing of the

I.
Ceramicus at Athens ...

II.
Cerinthians opposed by St. John ...

1.
Cerinthus began to disturb the Church in the time of
St. John

I.
his age and opinions

I.
origin of his opinions.

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

I.
Charity preferable to intellectual and spiritual gifts. II.
Chickens under her wings, on Dr. Hales's remarks
upon

I.
Children among the Jews, required to learn a trade, and
study the law at thirteen years of age

1.
Chiun, meaning of this word

II.
Christ and Moses, parallel between

II.
assumed the titles given by the Jews to the
Messiah

I.
by what authority he preached at Nazareth. I.
commenced every important work with prayer. I.
decided against the school of Schammai

I.
declared himself the Messiah at Nazareth.... 1.
deity of, pecaliarly taught in the Epistles

II.
did not separate from the public services of his
countrymen

I.
dines with the Pharisee, &c....

I.
enacted the law of Moses, and claimed dominion
over it..

1.
- entering Jerusalem, reason of

1.
events at his birth

1.
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Christ in his hamiliation before Pilate, declares himseld
to be the Messiah .......

1.
is betrayed and apprehended

I.
known in his pre-existent state by the evil spirits.

1.
not to be followed for earthly purposes

I.
on the atonement of, upon the cross ......

I.
opinion of Cerinthus respecting

I.

II.
procures greater blessings than Adam has lost
reveals the future state of the Church.....

II.
sanctioned no error because it was popular

1.

I.
sent out the Apostles on the death of John
-sympathises with human sorrow.....

II.
the enactor of the Jewish law

I.
the God of Christianity ...

II.
the guide and head of the Church in its three stages I.
the Lord of angels and of men

II.
the only foundation, &c.

II.
the second Adam

I.
where first called Messiah.....

I.
why he did not openly declare himself the Messiah I.
why he lived at Capernaum.

I.
why not shewa to all the people after his resur-
rection...

II.
wisdom of, in refusing to work a miracle at Na-
zareth

I.
Christian desires, rather than fears death ..

II.
dispensation supported by every species of evi-
dence which confirms the Mosaic...

II.
Christianity a system of institutions, not of theoretical
opinions

II.
meaning of the word.

II.
no religious system comparable to it.

II.
tolerates no vice ....

II.
Christians are to become spiritual

II.
.., how or why this name was first conferred on
the followers of Christ...

II.
primitive, considered the Logos and the Jeho.
vah Augel to be the same.

I.
, primitive, why called izdus........(Note c.).. I.

the most unlearned, koow more than the antient
prophets

1.
Church, Christian, apostolic commission its foundation I.

, history of it while Christ was upon
earth...

I.
criterion of the purity of a

II.
duty of every, io follow the apostolic custom in
appointing officers, &c.

II.
government, bistory of the innovations in..

1.
its four prevailing forms

I.
in the, safety of one consists

II.
its first union, and purity.

II.
of Christ, how to be perpetuated.

I.
of Christ, truly catholic in the apostolic, and will
be so in the millenial age .........

11.
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