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INDEX THE SECOND

Vol. Chap. Sect.
Gajus addressed by St. Johu......

II.
16

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Galatians, Epistle to the, its date ...........

11. 12 10
- design ...

II. 12 10
Gale called by the author of Pursuits of Literature, the
most learned writer on record ..

I. 1 2
Galilee, Christ began bis ministry there

1. 3 1
dialect of

I. 7
idolatry began there...

1. 3 1
pointed out in the Jewish traditions as the place
where the Messiah should appear

I. 3 1
the wonderful consequences to the world of our
Lord's commencing his ministry there...

1. 3 1
Gallio, an amiable and literary man

II.

12 16
Gamaliel, Acts v. 34. ...

II. 17
Ganz, R. David, bis mistake concerning John the Baptist I. 3 22
Gardiner, Colonel, on his conversion....

II. 9 31
“ Gaza which is desert,” opinions on this passage. II. 9 29
Gemara, account of

II. | 15 | 21
Genealogies, Jewish, so confused, that the Messiah could
not now be known from them

I. 6 17
- of Christ...

I.

9
“ Generation, who shall declare his,” &c.

II. 9 29
Gentiles, their conversion predicted by our Lord in his
first public address

I. 3 4
German critics confound the personal and conceptual Logos I. 1 2
theologians injure the cause of religion

II. 9 3
Gerizim, how the Samaritans defended their worship
there..

I. 3 2
Gethsemane, agony in the garden of.

I. 6 42
Gift of tongues, on the ....

II. 9 3
place where this miracle, &c.... II. 9 3
various opinions on this miracle

II. 9
Gifts, the miraculous, difficult to define
bow.arranged, &c.

II. 11
in the Church at Antioch.

11. 11 14
Gisborne, Mr. Prebendary, on the Epistles

II. 12 10
Glassius, on “Gaza which is desert"..

II. 9 26
| Gleig's, Bishop, illustration of the mode of preserving the
accounts of our Saviour's miracles ...

I. 1 1
| Gposticism condemned by the Apostles, similar to various
modern errors...

II.

12 | 10
Gnostics, their opinions

I. 1 2
God, belief in his existence the foundation of all reli-
gion

II. 12 12
the mighty," (Isa. vii. 9.) rendered by Horsley, God,
the mighty man..

1. 1 4
Gospel, its first effects to remove hatred, &c.

II. 9 26
progress compared to that of rivers

I. 8 6
preached by the converts to the proselytes first. II. 10 6
-, probable that one would be written early II. | 9 30
--, superior to the law.....

I. 1311
Gospels, many spnrious works published with this title I. 1
why written in Greek....

I. 3 19
- written in various persecutions.

II. 14 | 15
Government, why necessary to a Church

II. 926
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Graves, Dean, on the prayer of Solomon....

11. 10
Graves opened at the Crucifixion, but the bodies did not
rise till after the resurrection of Christ

I. 8 9
“Grave with the wicked,” &c. this passage explained. 1.

1
Gray, Dr., on St. Paul's shipwreck.

II.
Greek, propriety of the Evangelists writing in that lan-
guage

1. 3 19
Greeks who desired to see Christ

1. 6 5
Gregory Nazianzen on baptism.

1. 2 6
Grotius on the man of siņ.....

II.
12

16
miraculous conception

1.

14
prohibition to eat blood ...

II.

13
on the prophecy of Caiaphas..

I. 5 48
Zech. ix, 9.

I. 5 53
Guards who seized Christ struck to the ground

I. 6 43
“Guilty of all,” nieaning of

II. 14 14
“ Habitation be desolate,” meaning of ........

II. 9 2
Hales, Dr. criticism on Matt. xxiji. 37. objected to. I.

18
on St. Paul's visiting Britain

II. 15 2
on the apostleship of St. Paul..

II.

13
barren tig-tree

I. 6 8
date of St. Paul's trance

9 33
Epistle to Titus....

II. 12 18
proselytes

JI. 10
word Remphau

II. 9 21
Hall-shekel for the Temple-service, on the.....

1. 4 20
Hall, Bishop, on the Transfiguration...

I. 4 17
Hammond, Dr. on the Elders of the Church

II. 13 18
ou ibe barren fiy, tree.

I. 6 8
man of sin

II. 12 16
Handwriting of ordinances

II.
Happiness, future, of man.

II. 15 18
of man the object of revelation

I. 3
Harmonists principally consulted in this arrangement I. 1 1
Hansenius on the prophecy of Caiapbas......

I. 5 47
“ Heard in that he feared," meaning of .....

II.
Hearing, and hearing pot the voice, at St. Paul's conver-
sion, various solutions of this difficulty

JI. 9 31
“ Hearts of the fathers to the children,” &c. meaning of.. l. 1
Heathen addressed by St. John..

I. 1 2
admitted into the Jewish Church by baptism 1. 1 18
courts of law to be avoided.

11. 13
on their future condition......

II. Jo
Heaven the home of a Christian

II. 14
Hebrews, Epistle to the, cause, date, design, &c..

11. 15
Hebron always venerated by the Israelites....

1. 1 5
--, many remarkable events occurred there.

1.
--, singular allusion to, in the temple-service

I.
Heiprick on the gift of tongues

II. 9
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1. 3
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Herder, on the gift of tongues

11. 9 3
Heresies, many ancient, occasioned by wrong notions of
the Logos ...

I. 1 2
of the apostolic age, against which St. John
wrote....

I. 1 2
Herod Agrippa, death of

II. 10 | 11
and Pilate, cause of their difference.

I. 71.11
causes of his alarm when he heard that Christ was
born

I. 1 13
Herodjans, Christ replies to the

I. 6 14
Hieroglypbics and Emblems the origin of prophetic wri-
ting

I. 1 13
Ilillel, the learned Rabbi, dies about the time when Christ,
at twelve years of age, went op to Jerusalem .... I.

1 17
Historians err in assigning proportiovate causes to great
events

1. 2 8
History of the Church to the present day

II. 15 2)
Holiness must be the result of faith

15
should accompany knowledge.

II.

14
the consequence of faith

II. 13 13
duty of the converted

II. 15 13
mark of a Christian

II.

14 11
only proof of faith

II. 15 15
lome of a Christian is in Heaven..

II. 15 13
Homer on the dog-star.....,

1. 1 13
looker on the time of St. Paul's apostleship.

II.1 11

1
Jorne on St. Matthew's Gospel ....

II.
Horsley, Bishop, incorrect in his account of the Samari-
tans

I. 3 2
on St. Stephen's last words.

II. 9 23
on the cloven tongues.

II. 9
exclamation of St. Thomas

1. 8

30
meekness of Moscs

U. 9 8
miraculous gifts...

14
Nazarenes

II. 13 31
Shechinab

I.

16
Syrophenician woman

1. 4 10
on Unitarianism.

1. 1 2
Josanna, meaoing of....

I. 6 1
Hosea ij. I. bow applicable to Christ

I.

14
Jottinger, on releasing a prisoner at the Passover

1.

12
Tour, on the, when Christ was given to be crucified 1.

15
House is left unto thee desolate”.

1. 6 18
Housetops, preach ye on,” &c. meaning of.

I. 4
House which is from Heaven”

II. 13 11
Toman means necessary to preserve religion

1. 4
Jumility recommended......

II. 14
Iypotheses on the origin of the world

II. | 12

12
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the medium of the senses ......
identity of man, in what it consists: continues in the invi-

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dolatry, on the ancient Jewish i.
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Ignorance less injurious to truth than perverted learn-
ing ...

II. 9 3
Image of God, and of Adam, difference between.

1. 1
Imagination, a bad guide in interpreting Scripture

I. 3 6
Immortality, earliest notion of it in the world ...... II. 9 8
Imprisonment of John, date of, various opinions concern-
ing ...

I. 2 8
Incarnations, idea of, perverted by the Pagans.

I.

2
Independency, its origin...

1. 4 1
Indich, the name of the Eunuch of Candace..

II. 9 29
Infidelity, its effects on revolutionary France...

II. 9 1
rejected in England....

II. 9 1
Infidels, opinions of some principal..

II.

1
Influences of the Holy Spirit always necessary

II.

26
attendant on the ose of the
means of grace...

II.

26
Insane, the, different from Dæmoniacs

I. 3 7
Introduction to St. John's Gospel, its importance... I. 1 2
Inventors of new theories always endeavour to conciliate,
&c.......

II. 9 24
Irenæus's account of Basilides.

I.
tbe reasons why St. John wrote his
Gospel

I. 1
testimony to the divinity of Christ...

I. 1
Isaiah vii. 9. “ a virgin shall be with child," meaning of.. 1.

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II.
Jairas' daughter healed....

J.
James made Bishop of Jerusalem

II.
St., Epistle of, its date, cause, &c..

II.
his advice to St. Paul

II.
Jebb, Bishop, on the speech of Mary.

I.
Jehovah, Angel, the Logos of St. John..

I.
rendered by the Chaldee paraphrasers “ Word
of the Lord”..

I.
Jeremy the Prophet,” Matt. xxvii. 9.

I.
Jericho a populous city

I.
Jerome, St., op the date of St. Paul's preaching

II.
Jerusalem, Church of, its union, doctrine, discipline, and
practice...

II.
circumstances of its fall fulfilled the predic-
tions of Christ ....

I.
on the destruction of .....

II.
wly permitted to be destroyed....

I.
Jesus, as son of Mary, was heir to the throne of David I.
meaning of the name.....

I.
--, opinion of Cerinthus respecting

I.
Jew depends on his Rabbies...

I.
Jews, ancient, on a miraculous conception..

I.
and Gentiles alike considered as sinners

II.
appealed to by the similarity of the evidences wbicb
confirm the Christian and Mosaic dispensations

II.
circulated false accounts of the resurrection.
first addressed by the New Testament writers,
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INDEX THE SECOND.

Vol (Chap., Sect.
Jews, opinion of the ancient, on a new birth .....

I. 2 6
-, opinion of the modern, on the Bath Col....

I. 6
past and present opinion of, contrasted

I. 2
, predictions of their future prosperity

11. 15 18
their final and total dispersion

II. 15 21
ideas of the Messiah

I. 4 15
privileges and advantages in the apostolic age II. 13 13
John (Acts jv. 6.) the same as Rab. Johanan..

II. 9
Baptist, his dress, food, message, place of preaching,
persons he addressed, his baptism, &c.

I. 1 18
-, period and causes of his death,

1. 4
proofs that he was a prophet..

I. 3 23
• propriety of the selection of, as the forerunner
of Cbrist

1 18
why he sent messengers to Christ.

3 22
ix. 1-34. on the place of..

5 19
's last testimony to Christ, meaning of..

2 7
St. belief of the resurrection..

. 8 14
design of .......

I. 1 2
on the date of bis Gospel

I. 1 2
Epistles of

15 18
supposed to have been the bridegroom at the
marriage at Cana in Galilee

. 2 3
time of the death of ...me

II. 15 20
Jonathan ben Uzziel, author of the Chaldee paraphrase,

might have questioned our Lord when twelve years of
age

I. 1 17
Jones, Dr. Jerem., on the religion of Philo and Josephus II. 9 25
the Gadarene demoniac ....

3 36
good Samaritan

1. 5 9
restoration of the blind man, &c.

I. 5 19
Jortin, Dr., on the parallel between Christ and Moses. II. 9 8
on the demoniacs

I. 3 7
Syrophænician woman

I. 4 10
Joseph, the Patriarch, nature of his dreams

I.

7
Josepbus' account of John the Baptist

I. 2 8
confirms the bistory of John's imprisonment. I. 2 8
on his omitting the slaughter at Bethlebem. I.

15
whether wrecked with St. Paul.......

II. 14 6
Journey, causes of St. Paul's second apostolical

II. 12 1
Joy, this my, is fulfilled,” meaning of

I. 2 7
Judas, on the manner of his death

I. 7 9
Jude, object, &c. of bis Epistle..

II.

15:15
Justification by faith or works

II. 14 14
Justin Martyr on Simon Magus ..

II. 9 25
the office of deacons.

II. 9 18
Kennicott, Dr., on Isa. vii. 9.

1. 1 4
Kepler on the star in the East

I. 1 13
"Kick against the pricks," on this phrase.

JI. 931
Kingdom of Heaven, meaniog of......

I. 3 34
opened by St. Peter when he preach.
ed to Cornelius....

10 9
King's morsels of criticism

I. 2
Kleinius on the gift of topgues..

II.

3
Knatchbull, $ir Norton, on the slaughter at Bethlehem I,

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