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gion in the world; denouncing them as inadequate to the wants of man, false in their foundations, and dangerous in their tendency. It not only solicits the grave attention of all, to whom its doctrines are presented, but it demands their cordial belief, as a matter of vital concernment. These are no ordinary claims; and it seems hardly possible for a rational being to regard them with even a subdued interest; much less to treat them with mere indifference and contempt. If not true, they are little else than the pretensions of a bold imposture, which, not satisfied with having already enslaved millions of the human race, seeks to continue its encroachments upon human liberty, until all nations shall be subjugated under its iron rule. But if they are well founded and just, they can be no less than the high requirements of heaven, addressed by the voice of God to the reason and understanding of man, concerning things deeply affecting his relations to his sovereign, and essential to the formation of his character and of course to his destiny, both for this life and for the life to come. Such was the estimate taken of religion, even the religion of pagan Rome, by one of the greatest lawyers of antiquity, when he argued that it was either nothing at all, or was everything. Aut undique religionem tolle, aut usquequaque conserva.'

With this view of the importance of the subject, and in the hope that the present work may in some degree aid or at least incite others to a more successful pursuit of this interesting study, it is submitted to your kind regard, by

Your obedient servant,

SIMON GREENLEAF. HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Dane Hall, May 1, 1846. )

* Cicero, Phillip. II. $ 43.

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CONTEXTS.

MATT.

MARK.

LUKE.

JOHN

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38. The healing of the withered hand on the
Sabbath. Galilee.

12, 9-14 3, 1-6

6, 6-11 39. Jesus arrives at the Sea of Tiberias, and is

followed by multitudes. Lake of Galilee. 12, 15-21 3, 7-12 40. Jesus withdraws to the Mountain, and choos

es the Twelve ; the multitudes follow him.
Near Capernaum.

3, 13-19 6, 12-19 41. The Sermon on the Mount.

Near Capernaume.

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6, 20-49 42. The healing of the Centurion's servant, Capernaum.

8, 5-13 43. The raising of the Widow's son. Nain.

7, 11-17 44. John the Baptist in prison sends Disciples to Jesus. Galilee. Capernaum ?

11, 2-19

7, 18-35 45. Reflections of Jesus on appealing to his mighty Works. Capernaum.

11, 20-30 46. While sitting at meat with a Pharisee, Jesus

is anointed by a woman who had been a sioner. Capernaum?

17, 36-50 47. Jesus, with the Twelve, makes a second cir

coit in Galilee. 48. The healing of a Demoniac. The Scribes 12, 22-373, 19-30 11, 14.15. and Pharisees blaspheme. Galilee.

17-23 49. The Scribes and Pharisees seek a sign. Our 12, 38-45

11, 16. Lord's reflections. Galilee.

24-36 50. The true Disciples of Christ his nearest relatives. Galilee.

12, 46-503, 31-35 18, 19-21 51. At a Pharisee's table, Jesus denounces woes against the Pharisees and others. Galilee.

11, 37-54 52. Jesus discourses to his Disciples and the multitude. Galilee.

112, 1-59 53. The slaughter of certain Galileans. Parable of the barren Fig-tree. Galilee.

13, 1-9 54. Parable of the Sower. Lake of Galilee. Near Capernaum ?

13, 1-23 4, 1-25 55. Parable of the Tares. Other Parables. Near Capernaum ?

13, 24-534, 26-34 56. Jesus directs to cross the Lake. Incidents. 8, 18-27 4, 35-41 8, 22-25 The tempest stilled. Lake of Galilee.

9, 57-62 57. The two Demoniacs of Gadara. S. E. coast 8, 28-34 5, 1-21 8, 26-40

of the Lake of Galilee. 58. Levi's Feast. Capernaum.

9, 10-17 2, 15-22 5, 29-39 59. The raising of Jarius's daughter. The wo

man with a bloody flux. Capernaum. 19, 18-26 15, 22-43 8, 41-56 60. Two blind men healed, and a dumb spirit cast out. Capernaum ?

9, 27-34 61. Jesus again at Nazareth, and again rejected. 13, 54-58 6, 1-6 62. A third circuit in Galilee. The Twelve in-9, 35-386, 6-13 9, 1-6 structed and sent forth. Galilee.

10,1.5-42 63. Herod holds Jesus to be John the Baptist,

11, 1 whom he had just before beheaded. Gali- 14, 1. 2.6, 14-16.9, 7-9 lee? Perea.

6-12 21-29 64. The Twelve return, and Jesus retires with

them across the Lake. Five thousand are
fed. Capernaum. N. E. coast of the
Lake of Galilee.

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CONTENTS,

MATT.

MARK

LUKE.

JOHN.

6, 15-21

Sect.
65. Jesus walks upon the water. Lake of Gal-
ilee. Gennesareth.

14, 22-36 6, 45-56
66. Our Lord's discourse to the multitude in the

Synagogue at Capernaum. Many Disci-
ples turn back. Peter's profession of
faith. Capernaum.

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PART V.

FROM OUR LORD'S THIRD PASSOVER UNTIL

HIS FINAL DEPARTURE FROM GALILEE
AT THE FESTIVAL OF TABERNACLES.

TIME: Six months.

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67. Our Lord justifies his disciples for eating

with unwashen hands. Pharisaic Tradi-
tions. Capernaum.

15, 1-20 7, 1-23
68. The daughter of a Syrophenician woman is

healed. Region of Z'yre and Sidon. 15, 21-28 7, 24-30 69. A deaf and dumb man healed ; also many

others. Four thousand are fed. The De- 15, 29-38 7, 31-37

capolis.
70. The Pharisees and Sadducees again require 15, 39

8, 10-12
a sign. (See $ 49.] Near Magdala.

16, 1-4
71. The Disciples cautioned against the leaven

of the Pharisees, etc. N. E. coast of the
Lake of Galilee.

16, 4-12 8, 13-21
72. A blind man healed. Bethsaida (Julias).

8, 22-26
73. Peter and the rest again profess their faith

in Christ. (See $ 66.] Region of Cesarea
Philippi.

16, 13-20 8, 27-30 9, 18-21
74. Our Lord foretells his own death and resur-

rection, and the trials of his followers. 16, 21-28 8, 31-33 9, 22-27

Region of Cesarea Philippi.
75. The Transfiguration. Our Lord's subse-

quent discourse with the three Disciples.
Region of Cesarea Philippi.

17, 1-13 9,2-13 9, 28-36
76. The healing of a Demoniac, whom the Dis-

ciples could not heal. Region of Cesarea
Philippi.

17, 14-21 9, 14-29 9, 37-43
77. Jesus again foretells his own death and re-
surrection. (See $ 74.] Galilee.

17, 22.239, 30-32 9, 43-45
78. The tribute-money miraculously provided.
Capernaum.

17, 24-27 9, 33
79. The Disciples contend who should be great-

est. Jesus exhorts to humility, forbear

ance and brotherly love. Capernaum. 18, 1-35 9, 33-50 9, 46-50
80. The Seventy instructed and sent out. Ca-
pernaum.

10, 1-16
81. Jesus goes up to the Festival of Tabernacles.

His final departure from Galilee. Inci.
dents in Samaria.

9, 51-56 7, 2-10
82. Ten Lepers cleansed. Samaria.

17, 11-191

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