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Val Chap. Sect.

Knowledge, Pharisees mistook it for religion
Krebsius on the power of life and death among the Jews
Kuinoel on John i. 30. ..

the Baptist, as the Paranymph, &c.
our Lord's discourse with Nicodemus.
St. Paul's conversion..

Stephen's death
the demoniacs..

power of life and death among the Jews
term “The Son of Gud" ...

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Laborers in the vineyard, meaning of the parable

I.

5 / 40
Lamb of God, Lightfoot on this expression

1. 2 )
the principal name of Christ

I.

2 1
Lampe, curious and fanciful interpretation of the mira-
culous draught of fishes ......

I. 3 6 150
-, on the mystical interpretation of the narrative of
the marriage at Capa...

I.

2 3
Land purchased by Jacob, difficulty concerning, recon-
ciled

I.

3 2
Laodiceans, Epistle to the

II.

14 10
Lardner, Dr., confounds the twofold nature of Cbrist in
his treatise on the Logos

......... I. 1 9
, on the authority of Macrobius; from the
Barrington papers

1. 115
date of St Matthew's Gospel II. 9 | 30
proselytes

II.1 10

1
time when the Apostles first left
Judea

II.

10 9
on the date of the Epistle to Titus .

JI.

12 18
propbecy of Caiaphas

I. 5
demoniacs

I. 3
solution of the difficulty, Luke ii. 2.

1.

8
Law and Gospel compared

II.
13

13
Bishop, on the propriety of Christ's conduct in the
affair of the adultress

1. 5 4
could not justify

II.

13 13
its utility and design

II.

13 9
Mr., on Church government

II.

9
of Moses, and the miraculous gifts imparted at Pen-
tecost ...

II.

9 3
Lawful things to be used with moderation ...

II.

13 6
Lawrence, Abp., remarks on Michaelis on Matt. iv, 8. 1.

20
on Michaelis's remarks on St. Matthew I.

3 38
the Chaldee paraphrases.

I.

2
draughts offered to our Lord op
the cross..

I,

7 17
Laws are only binding while the reasons of their first
enactment still continue

II.

13
Lawyer, on our Lord's answer tu

1. 5 8
Lazarus, on the place of the resurrection of

1. 5
-, why the account of bis resurrection is given by
St. Johp only

I. 5 52
Leper, when cured, why commanded to conceal.it

I. 3
Leprosy a type of sin

I. 3
--, on the cure of

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INDEX THE SECOND.

VoL Chap. Sect.
Leslie's Appeal to the Jews, chiefly taken from Lim-

borch...
Lesson of the day, whether Christ read the, in the syna-

I. 2 3
gogue of Nazareth ....

I.
“ Letter killeth," meaning of

3 4

II. 13 11
Libertines, (Acts vi. 9.) who are meant by this word II.

9 20
Lightfoot, a contradiction in his works ..

I. 5 48
conjecture of, respecting the lesson read in the
Temple, on the day when Zacharias was struck dumb.. I, 1 2
on demoniacs..

I. 3 7
the conversation of Christ with Nicodemus. . I. 2 6
effect of the preaching of John the Baptist I.

3 3
genealogies of St. Matthew and St. Luke I.
Jewish expectation of the Messiah.... 1 4 15

modes of worship among the early Chris-
tians,

II. 11
office of Deacons

5

II. 9 18
pool of Bethesda

I. 3 13
power of life and death, &c..

I. 7 10
words to bind and to loose

I.

4 16
“ These men are full of new wine,” (Acts ii.
13.)

9 3
supposed the star in the East to be the Shechi.
dah, which appeared to the shepherds

I. 1 13
Light of nature never taught true religion.
L

II. 9 1
the world, a title of the Rabbis, conferred on his
IL
disciples by our Lord...

I. 3 19
-, what is implied by

1. 5 5
Limborch on the superiority of the mission of Christ to
IL!

that of Moses
11 Linen clothes, how they were lying in the sepulchre

2 3
1 Lion of Sampson and St. Paul compared

8 14
1: Liturgical services sanctioned by our Lord

9 24
Locusts caten by John the Baptist .....

3 4
11 Logos, idca of, traced by Gale to the times of Pythagoras I.

18

1 2
in what sense tbc Jews understood John i. 1. 18.

1 2
of Pbilo, both conceptual and real, why

2
-, propriety of the word to describe a manifested
God..

I.

2
same as the Angel Jehovah

2
the twofold notion of, produced many heresies I.
whether referred to in Luke i. 2.

2

1 1
united to the human nature at the birth

I.
Lord's Prayer, clauses of, in the Jewish liturgies..

1 9

I.
Love, the chief Christian virtue

3 19

II. 15 19
Lowih, Bishop, on Isaiah lili. 8.

II.

9 29
Luke published the genealogy of Christ while the tables
of pedigrees were still preserved.....

I.

1 8
St., account of ....

I. 1 1
alludes to the origin of the name Messiah I. 3 4

carefully avoided a word used by St. Matthew
and St. Mark

1.
, on the Gospel of ...

2

1.1.-1
time when he joined St. Paul.......

II. 10
very brief in some part of the Acts

II.

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Macedonia, chief city of .......

II. 12
Macknight on faith and works

II. 12
the demoniaos

I.
Epistle to the Galatians ...

time when St. Paul saw our Lord II,
Magee's, Abp., admirable criticism on Matt. viii. 17. I,
Magi, honored with a renewal of divine vision..

I.
-, on their visit, country, object in coming to Jerusa-
lem, &c....

1.

1
time of their offering ..

I.
Magistrate, reason why the first idolatrous eonvert was a II. 11
Mahomet not the “ man of sin"

II.
Maimonides on the Bath Col.

I.

6
time of the Passover ...

I.
Manaan supposed to have been the nobleman at Caper-
naum, and early converted

I.

3
Manaen, account of .

II.

11
“Man of Sin” described by St. Paul, the Church of Rome II.

12
Mann on the place of John vi.

1.

3
Manifestation of Christ to the world at the end of the
Christian dispensation ..

II.

16
the Spirit

II.

11
Manuscripts, authority of, necessary in every proposed
alteration of the text of the New Testament

I. 1
Marcion used an apocryphal composition

I.
Market-place or Forum at Athens, on the.

II. 12
Markland on Acts ii. 13., probably not correct...

II. 9
Mark i. 1., whether to be separated from the context ... I. 1
xvi. 9., &c. on its genuineness

I. 8
St., circumstances of his life...

II. 10
his Gospel written or dictated by a spectator
of our Lord's actions

II. | 10
object of his Gospel....

II. 10
-, probable date of his Gospel .....

II.

10
whether his Gospel was written at Rome II. 10
Marriage at Cana in Galilee

I. 2
--, interpretation of this parrative I. 2
Marsh, Bishop, censures Michaelis

I. 3
of opinion that the Evangelists borrowed
from a common document,

I. 1
on John v. 4.

1. 3
the draughts offered to our Lord on the

1.
libertines

II.
title of Sergius Paulus ..

II. 1
unction at Bethany

I.
Martyrdom of St. Peter and St. Paul..

II. 16
Martyr, Justin, on baptism ....

1.
--, testiinony to the divinity of Christ

1. 1
Mary, how the cousin of Elizabeth, though not of the
tribe of Levi......

I.
the Virgin, why she went to Bethlehem with Joseph I.
Masora and Masorites, account of the

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INDEX THE SECOND.

783
Vol. Chap. Sect.

Page
Matter, on the existence of .....

II. 12 12 248
att. iii. 13., reconciled with Jobn i.31. ...

I. 2 1

105
• v. 22. explained

1. 3 19

197
Tatthew and Levi, whether different persons

I. 3 12

174
most suited to become the writer of the first
Gospel

I. 3 12 174
St., ascribes titles of sanctity to Jerusalem..

II. 9 30

82
date of his Gospel....

II. 9 30

81
frequent mention of Pilate..

II. 9 30

82
, Gospel written for Jewish believers

II. 9 30

81
originally both in Greek
and Hebrew, or Syrochaldaic

II. 9 30

86
in what language bis Gospel was written II.

30

82
probable origin of his Gospel..

II. 9 30

87
-, published the genealogy of Christ, while the
tables of pedigree were still extant.

I. 1 8

51
refers to times of persecution

II. 9 | 30

82
, why selected to write the first Gospel

II. 9 30

81
wrote early to contradict the Jewish story of
our Lord's resurrection

II. 9 30 81,
Iatthias, election of, &c..

II. 9 2

9
lead, Dr., on the demoniacs

I. 3 7 157
leans of grace appointed from the beginning to convey
the influences of the Holy Spirit.

II. 9 / 31 96
leans of grace, on the advantages, &c..

II. 9 26

74
lede, Joseph, on the salutation ..

I. 1 4 40
on the Churches in the apostolic age.

II. 9 6
demoniacs

3 7 157
early places of Christian worship

li 5 163
lediatorial kingdom to be resigned

II. 15 14

626
Mediator not of one,” &c. (Gal. iii. 20.) Capellus on this
text

II. 12 | 10 234
leekuess of Moses, (Numb. xii. 3.) on the

II.

34
Telita or Malta, natives of, not barbarous

II. 14 6

447
where St. Paul was wrecked

II. 14

443
sendham's Clavis Apostolica

II. 13 13

376)
lessiah, spiritual, idea of, constantly preseryed in the
New Testament.

I. 1 7

47
letaphysical errors condemned by the Epistles

. 12

210
licah v. l., interpreted by the Rabbis, as by St. Matthew 1. 1 13 70

2., supposed by Lowth and Hales to allude to
Isaiah vii. 9.

I. 1

35
lichael and Satan, conquest of ...,

II. 15 15 640
lichaelis, his Harmony of the New Testament very inac-
carate

I. 3 3 143
in error concerning the miraculous draught of
fishes..

I. 3 4 151
e, interpretation of Luke. ii. 2. condemned by
Bishop Marsh

1. 1 8 49
of opinion that St. John wrote against Cerinthus I.

1 2

16
on Mark ji. 26.

I. 3 15 1874
Matt. iv. 8.

I. 20 101
the barren fig-tree .

I. 6 8 395 ^ *
- date of the Epistle to Titus

II. 12 18273
St. Paul's preaching

II. 9 32 98
ichaelis on the dispute of the disciples, &c.

I. 4 1 21 304

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Michaelis on the draughts offered to our Lord on the cross I. 7
Episile to the Galatians

II. 12
proselytes ,

II. 10
unction at Bethany

I. 5
pays too little regard to ancient authority

1. 1
-, anwarrantable remarks of, on St. Matthew's
Gospel.

I.
unwarrantable remarks of, on the Evangelists 1.
Middleton, Bishop, on the Greek article......

I.
on Simon Magus .....

II.
Mills on Mohammedauism and the Crusades

II.
Minister, faithful, described ..

II.
Ministers of God the paranymphs of the Church

I.
the early Church, different from those of the
Synagogue

II. 11
Ministry of Christ, time of, from the conversation with
Nicodemus to the miracle at Bethesda

I. 3
, propriety of the age at wbich Christ's began I. 5
Miracle at the pool of Bethesda, at tbe feast of Pentecost I. 3

Christ's first, probably wrought before his own
family

1. 2
defined

1.
-- second, at Cana of Galilee, its importance

I. 3
why not wrought at Nazareth

I.
Miracles, comparisons between those of Moses and of
Christ

1, 2
Jewish and Christian, supported on the same
evidence and reasons.

I. 2
-, object of ..

I.
of Christ, why rejected by the Jews

1. 7
Moses and Elias, how divided...

1. 2
reasons of the Jews for believing, the same as
that of the Christians

I. 2
their revival to take place in Galilee

I. 2
Miraculous gifts expected by the Jews in the time of
Christ

II. 9
Mishna, account of

II. 15
on the Sabbath ....

J. 3
Missionaries, St. Paul's conduct at Athens the model for 11. 12

to reason with men on their own principles II. 12
Mission of Christ as demonstrable as that of Moses.... II. 15
Mite, or Lepton, Jewish law concerning

I. 6
Mnemeion different from the Tapbos ...

I. 8
Mobammedanism, Mills'interesting work on

II. 15
Moment of time, Luke iv. 5. ...

I. 1
Morgan on the miraculous gifts

II. 11
Moses and Christ, parallel between .......

II. 9
the paranymph of the Jewish Church ..

1.
Mosheim on James being Bishop of Jerusalem.

II. 10
the election of Matthias
office of Deacon

II. 9
word Apostle.

II. 9
Nares, Archdeacon, on John i. 31.....

1. 2
Luke.i. 2.

1. 1
Natural religion defined

II. 9

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