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“ Church of God," on this phrase ...

II.

18
of Jerusalem gradually established......

II. 9 19
of Rome described and censured by St. Paul II. 12 16

its asserted supremacy unscriptural ... I. 4

, jealousy of, among Protestants, just and
reasonable

II. 12 16
to be condemned for its traditions. I.

9
analtered and unalterable ....

II. 12 16
Church service, how altered at the Reformation

II. 12 9
Churches in the time of the Apostles, on the...

II. 9 6
rules for their government...

II. 12 18
Chuza, Herod's steward, supposed to be the nobleman at
Capernaum ..

I. 3 2
Circumcision uot necessary to a sojourner among the
antient Jews...

II. 10 1
reason of Christ's

I. 1
Clarke, Dr. A., on the demoniacs,.

1. 3 7
genealogy of Christ.

I. 1 9
labourers in the vineyard.

1. 5
last passover

I. 6 30
Claudius, Emperor, date of his banishing the Jews from
Rome..

II. 12 13
Cleansing of the l'emple by Christ, an assertion of the
Messiahship

I. 2 5
Cleanthus, hymn of, quoted by St. Paul..

II. 12

12
Clemens Alexandrinus, bymn of, to Christ...

I. 3 6
- on the divinity of Christ

I. 1 2
Clemens on St. Mark's Gospel

II. 10 9
on the time when the Apostles left Judea II. 10 9
Clergy particularly addressed by Matthew, xii. 5.

I. 3 15
their true dignity

I.

15
Cloven tongues, how long they remained on the Apostles II.
Cocoeius ou Matt. viii. 17...

I. 3 9
on the two Sauls.

II.

24
Cocks kept at Jerusalem

I. 7 5
Colossians, Epistle to, date, origin, &c.

II. | 14

12
Commission, last, of Christ to bis disciples..

I. 8 34
Common duties to be carefully observed

II. 14

10
Community of goods not intended, &c.

II. 9 6
Comparison between the witnesses to the old, and new
dispensation .....

I. 2 3
Conception, a miraculous, opinion of the antient Jews on
this subject ..

I. 1
miraculous, objected against by Socinians,
Deists, &c. who reject the diyinity of Christ ..

1. 1
--, of a perfect being, nccessary,
and reasonably to be expected.

I. 1 3
typified in the Old Testament I. 1
Condemnation of Christ by Pilate

I. 7 15
the High Priest

1. 7 3
Sanhedrim

I. 7 8
Condéscension of Christ

II. 13 1)
Condition, past and present, of the Jews, contrasted I. 2 3
Confession of St. Peter more ample than that of the Cen-
tarion

I. 4 6
Confirmation derived from the practice of the Apostles. II. 9

26
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INDEX THE SECOND.

Vol. Chap. Sect.
1: Confusion of tongues healed at Pentecost

II.

3
1 i Congregation waiting for Zacharias ........

I.

2
1: Conspirators against St. Paul, their vow

II. 13
1. Constantine, on the circumstances of his conversion II. 981
Contrast between the teaching and disciples of our Lord
and the Rabbis of his age

I. 3 19
1. Controversies among Christians, how divided

I. 4 1
1 i Controversy has been held on all points of theological
enquiry...

II. 9 | 18
I. Conversion, whether sensible impressions on the mind are
essential to ..

II. 9 | 31
Copbinus of the Jews,

I.
i Corah, on the gainsaying of

II, 15 15
Corinthians, first Epistle to, date, &c.

ll. 13 6
-, second Epistle to, its date, cause, &c.....

11 13 11
Corinth, its character, people, &c.

II. 13 6
Cornelius probably protected St. Peter after his release
from prison

II.

9
Correspondencies between types and antitypes confirm
the truth of doctrines

II. 9 8
Corruption, Christ conquered the gradations of

1. 21
Corruptions, first, of Christianity

11. 15 21
Cotovicus', map of Jerusalem, on..

1. 8 2
Council of Jerusalem, date of .

II. 13
does not weaken the claim to divine
inspiration

II. 11 13
Cranfield's harmony of the resurrection

1. 8 1
Creation, incomprehensible .....

1. 1 4
of the world...
L

II. 12 12
the whole, unite to worship Christ..

II. 15 18
Creed, articles of the Apostles, taught in the sermons and

teaching of St. Peter in the Church at Jerusalem.. II.
1

935
Crenius on the Cophinus of the Jews

I.

4
Cretans, their character....

H. 12 18
Criticistos, verbal, utility of...

.(Note ü.). I

;
\ Crusades, Mill's interesting work on the

112

II. 15 18
I Cudworth, on fixing the time of the Passover

I.

6 30
| Cyprian, on the office of Deacon

II. 9 18
Cyrenius, on the difficulty arising from the insertion of bis
name..

I. 1 8
Cyril, on baptisin

I. 2

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1
have been, without redemption

1.
consistent both with reason and
experience

I.
distinguished from diseases... 1.

present a picture of the future
misery of man

1.
Dæmoniacs, discussion concerning

1.
known in other countries than Judea

I,
Dæmon, meaning of .
Damascus, how possessed by Aretas

II.
Danzius, Joh. And. treatise on Baptism.
Darkness that fell on St. Paul, typical

II.
Daubuz on the Apocalypse

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Deacons, caution in appointing them

II.
from whom selected...

II.
nature and extent of their office

II.
their qualifications.

II.
Death, Christ's power over, gradually taught

1.
Deity of Christ peculiarly taught in the Epistles

II.
Delaney on the prohibition to eat blood...

II.
Demetrius excites a mob against St. Paul..

II.
Demiurgus of Cerinthus

I.
Denials of Christ, St. Peter's,—the first in the ball of the
High Priest ....

I.

the second at the porch
of the palace ...

the third in the antiroom! I.
Den of thieves, on this expression
Desart, nature of the, where John preached
Despise, men despise each other..
Devotional reflections not included in the plan of this
arrangement ...

I.
Dialects of the East have no word for “ denote," &c.

I.
Difficulties of Scripture sometimes removed by adherence

to the literal meaning
Diodati on the prophecy of Caiapbas
's opinion of St. Luke's preface...

:(Note c.). I.
Disbelief, Apostles', of the resurrection, occasioned a de-
monstration of that truth

I.
Disciples, dispute for pre-eminence on the.....

I.
of Christ and of the Jews contrasted

I.
first, why taken from the disciples of
the Baptist ..

I.
were unfit for their office till the day of Pente-
cost

II.
Discipline, why necessary to a Church

II.
Diseases considered by the Jews as the consequents of
sia ...

I.
Dispensations, Jewish and Christian, for a short time
co-existent..

1.
the same Spirit of God assisted the mem-
bers of both, &c.....

(I.
Dispositions of Angels, on the

II.
Disputes, religious, sometimes destroy usefulness II.
Distance between Jerusalem and the sepulchre

I.
Divinity of Christ taken for granted in the New Testament JI.
Divisions in a Church destroy spirituality ....

II.
of Churches condemned in the Epistles.. II.
of the law among the Jews

I.
Dócetæ, origin of their opinions

I.
their opinion's

1.
Doddridge on John i. 31.

I.
the pool of Bethesda..

I.
proselytes...

II.
Dorsclæus on the prohibition to eat blood ..

II.
Dogs, name applied by the Gentiles to the Jews

1.
Dowry of a virgin two hundred pence

I.
Draughts offered to our Lord on the cross,

I.
Dreams, prophetic, different from monitory.

I.

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Dreams, prophetic, imparted to heathen princes.

I.
revived in favor of Joseph

I.
their nature

1.
vouchsafed to the Patriarchs.

I.
Drusius on Zech. ix. 9. .....

1.
Duysing on the vision of St. Peter

II.
Doport's translation of the hymn of Cleanthes

II.
Ebionites, a sect of the Docetæ

I.
rejected the Epistles..

II.
similar to the Simonians

1,
Ecclesiastical Polity, the seventh book of, doubtful. II.
Editions of the five harmonizers principally referred to in
this work ......

I.
Education and study necessary to qualify men for the

office of teachers, after the cessation of miraculous gifts II.
Effects of Christ's atopement and incarnation ...

II.
Eichhorn on the gift of tongues

II.
miraculous draught of fishes...

I.
Elder, difference between the Jewish and Christian.. II.
meaning of this word....

Il.
Elders of the Church
Election, the doctrine of .

II.
Elias expected to baptize the Jews themselves.

1.
Elisha, power of, Christ's superior to

I.
Eloquence of St. Paul....

II.
Elymas, meaning of this word

II.
Emblems and bieroglyphics, the origin of prophetic lan-
guage.

I.
Engedi and Eneglaim, Ezek. xlvii. 10., situation of, . 1.
English theologians much esteemed by the continental
divines ..

II.
“ Engrafted word," meaning of

II.
Enrolment of Augustus, compelled accuracy in the tables
of pedigree ....

1.
-- ordered by Augustus, possibly the same as the
ámoypapr of St. Luke...

1.
Ephesian letters, &c. ...

II.
-s, Epistle to, its date, cause, &c..

II.
Epicoreans of Athens, account of ....

II.
Epilepsy ascribed to the power of dæmous

I.
Episcopacy prevailed fifteen centuries without interrup-
tion

1.
the only form of Church-government sanc-
tioned by Scripture

I.
Epistles, causes of their obscurity

II.
how distributed

II.
not of temporary use to the Church

II.
their inestimable value...

II.
number, order, preservation, &c... II.

whether St. Paul wrote to the Corintbians before
his present first Epistle ...,

II.
Errors of the apostolic age still exist

II.
Eucharist compared with the Passover

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Vol. Chap. Sect.
Eusebius, on his editions of tbe New Testament

I. 5 4 315
St. Mark's Gospel ..

JI. 10 9
the Canon ....

II. 15 20 717
early places of worship

II. 11 5 164
time when the Apostles left Judea II. 10 9 146
Eutychus raised to life, on this miracle,

II. 13 | 14
Evening divided into late and early. ...

1. 8 538
Evidence of every kind which supported the Mosaic, was

afforded to confirm also the Christian dispensation II. 9 34 101
Evidences of Christianity never denied in the Apostolic
age ...

II. 12 10 210
Evil, if we are not delivered from its power, we cannot be
saved from its consequences.

I. 1 7
-, will be subdued by Christ ..

15 1 550
Existence and eternity of God and Christ

I. 5 6
Experience, many things contrary to, not contrary to phi-
losophy..

I. 1 7
Faber defends the divinity of the Angel Jehovah

I.

2
*- on natural religion

II. 9
the Apocalypse

II. 15 18 664
word Remphan

JI. 9 21
Facts, Christianity founded on ...,

I.
Faith is the righteonsness required by God.

II. 16
justifies mankind .

II. 13 13
Fall of man, meaning of the ...

I. 1 4
the Papacy and irreligion predicted.

II, 15 18
False teachers condemned

II. 13 6
Family, Holy, return to Bethlehem, not to Nazareth, after
the purification ...:

I.

1 13
Fathers, A postolic, their testimony to the divinity of Christ I. 1 2
, Primitive, on regeneration..

1. 2
the early, when their testimony is valuable and
decisive ..

II. 9 18
unanimous on the essential truths of Christianity II. 10 9
Farewell addresses of Cbrist to his disciples..

I. 6 34
Farner, Dr., on the demoniacs ..

I. 3 7
Farnabias on the cophenics of the Jews...

I. 4 4
Fig tree cursed, meaning and circumstances of that event I.
Fire descended at Pentecost on the Apostles as on the
sacrifices

II. 9 3
salted with, meaning of

I.

4 21
First Parents, their state at the fall.

I. 8 1
Fishers of men, meaning of .

I. 3 6
Fishes, kind of, with which the five thousand people were
fed..

I.
Fleming on the persons who rose with Christ ...

I. 8
Forms of Church-government now prevailing.

I.
“ Forsaken me, why hast thou," on this expression

1. 7 23
Foar hundred and fifty years," and Acts xiii. 20.. II. 11

months, and then cometh harvest,” meaning of I. 3
Fourteen generations, on the, of Matt. i. 17...

I.

9
years after," Gal. ii. 1.

II. 11 13
Freeman of Rome, bis right of appeal...

II. 13
Fruit of the vine, how not drank again by Christ

1.

6 34
Full of new wine,” Markland and Lightfoot..

II

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