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THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIV
CONTENTS OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
SERMON XXXIX. Divinity of Christ. Objections answered.-1 Cor. iii. 20.
SERMON XL. Divinity of Christ. Objections to the Doctrine of the Uni-
tarians.- 1 Cor. ii. 20.
SERMON XLI. Divinity of Christ. Objections to the Mode in which the
Unitarians conduct the controversy.-1 Cor. iii. 20.
SERMON XLII, Incarnation of Christ.-Rom. viii. 3.
SERMON XLIII. Covenant of Redemption.—Is. liii. 10-12.
SERMON XLIV. Christ a Prophet. His Personal Preaching.-Luke xxiv. 19. 74
SERMON XLV. Christ a Prophet. The Things which He taught.-John vii. 46.
SERMON XLVI. Christ a Prophet. The Manner of His Preaching.-John
SERMON XLVII. Christ a Prophet. Consequences of His Preaching.--
John vii. 46.
SERMON XLVIII. Christ a Prophet. Preaching of the Apostles. Mark
xvi. 15, 16, 20.
SERMON XLIX. Christ a Prophet. Preaching of the Apostles.—Mark xvi.
15, 16, 20.
SERMON L. Priesthood of Christ. Origin, Office, and Character of the
Priesthood.-Psalm cx. 4.
SERMON LI. Priesthood of Christ. His Holiness of Character.-Heb. vii. 26. 153
BERMON LII. Priesthood of Christ. His Self-Government.--Heb. vii. 26. 162
SERMON LHI. Priesthood of Christ. His Holiness. Importance of this
Attribute.-Heb. vii. 26.
SERMON LIV. Priesthood of Christ. His Example.—1 John ii. 5.
SERMON LV. Priesthood of Christ. His Atonement. Its Nature, Neces-
sity, and Reality.-Rom. iii. 24–26.
SERMON LVI. Priesthood of Christ. His Atonement. The Manner in
which it was performed. Its Extent.—Rom. iii. 24—26.
SERMON LVII. Priesthood of Christ. His Atonement. Objections an-
swered. Rom. iii. 24-26.
SERMON LVIII. Priesthood of Christ. His Intercession. -Heb. vii. 24, 25. 230
SERMON LIX. Christ a King.-Eph. i. 20_22.
SERMON LX. The Miracles of Christ.-Acts ii. 22.
SERMON LXI. The Resurrection of Christ.-Acts iii. 15.
SERMON LXII. The Resurrection of Christ.-Acts iii. 15.
SERMON LXIII. The Amiableness of Christ in Publishing the Gospel to
Mankind.-13. lii. 7.
SERMON LXIV. Justification. The Nature : or in what it consists. The
Source : the Free Grace of God.—Rom. iii. 24.
SERMON LXV. Justification. The Means. Faith in Christ. The Duty
of Believing.- Rom. iii. 28.