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Dr. Magee's Discourses, in a note

298-317

This evidenced

by his love to it

his propriety in it

322

and saving it

ibid
Objections answered

319

Christ purchased grace and glory

328

Universal redemption,

its consequences

326

Arguments for it considered

327

Texts urged for it explained

343
How the word All, ģc. is to be explained

341

Special Redemption,

consistent with the covenant of grace

329

and with preaching the gospel

331

It advances grace more than general does

337

It leads not to despair

331

Whether it be contrary to scripture

338

Christ intercedes not for all

324

Divine expostulations explained

333

How all should repent and believe, though Christ died not

for all

335

Sacrifice of Christ sufficient for all, in a note

349

Quest. XLV. Of Christ's Kingly office.

-As respecting his subjects

What they were, before subdued

353

How brought into subjection

354

How their subjection expressed at first

357

Their behaviour and conflicts

358

How Christ deals with them

361

As respecting his enemies

362

He governed the church before and since his incarnation 364

This office executed by him in glory

365

Of the MILLENNIUM.

Various ohinions about it

366

Some have gross Ideas of it

370

What shall precede or attend it

368

Gospel shall then be more spread

373

How this doctrine to be treated

367

In what respects it is to be allowed

368

Some prophecies of the call of the Jews not yet fulfilled 376

Why Christ shall not reign visibly in his human nature 379

Temple-service not to be revived

381

Gospel-ordinances shall be continued

382

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