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Ι Ν D E X

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SECOND VOLUME.

(N.B. Those in the Parenthesis refer to the Notes.)

A

А
NANIAS, of his lying unto God

103 Apostles (of their labours and sufferings 364) their primitive principles 83, 101. bow altered afterwards

87 Apostles writings, their nature and end 301.

Exhibit Jewish notions of God's arbitrary will 304. Why to be read with great caution 315. Whether the conclufions therein fupport their premises 316. Of obedience to bigher powers, animadverted on 318. They convey but little light to us what Revelation is,

See Bible. Author, bis judgment of the Christian Revela

His principles beneficial to Mankind 347. Of bimself and his writings 353. His apprehensions of death, and his then present sentiments

362

B Bible, whether given and preserved by the inter

position of divine power 296. How to be tried 325. Wbether it be the rule of moral truths 334. if corrupted, by whom, and the consequences 383. See Gospel History.

C.

110.

lation 344.

Ć
Conversion, the nature of it confidered 32. (302.)
Christ, of bis history and mifhon 41. The nature of

bis miffon difficult to ascertain 55. Of his temp-
tation 77. 194. Whether be designed to abolish
Ibe Mofaic law 171. (168.) How a man
only, and bow God and man 253. If he pre-
existed, or was a co-effcient or substitute to God,
in the work of creation 255. If the 'one fum
preme God 261. How he and the father are
one 263. If God and man in one person 266.
How the son of man and the son of God 267.
(How immaculate and without fin 268.) The
evidence of his being begotten by the power of
the Holy-Ghost examined 270. Of his figu- '
rative expressions 285. His precepts should be
cautiously understood.

289.
Chriftians, primitive, had one common property :
reflections thereon

102
Christianity, ibe advantage or disadvantage
thereof io men 364. See Revelation.

D
Deism, (what it is 17.) cannot vary from
Irutb

378.
Differences, in disputable points, who has a

right to ferile them; and what is to be done
ibercin

E
Enthusiasm, defined

49, 52.
Enthusiasts, their absurd and faise no:ions 329.

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1

Gospel- History, observations that weaken the
credit of it 202

See Revelation.

H
Holy Ghost, (an enquiry what it is 192)

J
Jews, of their dispersion, and continuing a diftinet

people 161. The foundation of their exp-Eing
a Meffiab 164. And refusing Jesus Christ as
such

166.
John St. bis lofty figurative speech

280

M
Methodism, it's flourishing without miracles 41.47.
Methodists, what their principle is, and what
their opposers ought to prove

53
Melchizedec, bow without father or mother bea

ginning or end 279. Defence of the dissertation on
bim

376.
Miracles, may be applied by free agents, to prove
truth or falsood 177. Of the swine popelled
182. Of the water made wine 185. Of the
fig-tree cursed and withered 188. Of accounts
incredible 192. 197. Reflections on the opi-
nions of the adversaries of Christ's miracles. 208.
Whether they are evidences of the truth of doc-
trines 240. Whether they prove Christianity
to be of divine revelation 245. Of those done by
Christ's successors 211. Of the tongues at Pen-
sicost 212. Of St. Paul's cures 214. Of St.
Pecer's cures 216. Of those fince the Apostles,
doubtful, and wby they make others so 220.
Not proving them falje, is no proof they are
true; and the propriety and evidence of them,

beretofore and noty, compared
Minds, weak and tender, how imposed on

45
Mysteries, the use of them

79.

P
Persecution, and the sword; how instrumental 10

religion
Paul St. (two expreffions of his censured 50.) ree

fliations on bis do&trines and conduct go. His
diffimulation

235

228

45.

Pro-

Tbe un-

M.154.

Prophecy, defined 140. Whether an uncertain

prophecy be a proper evidence of an uncertain
proposition 141. When mysterious not ap-
plicable to any certain event 145.
certainty of it's evidence 151. of those
applied to Christ 152. Of that of his going
into Egypt 154. Of that of Judah's fceptre
156. Of otber propbecies, and Sir Isaac New-
ton's explaining them. Sheet M. 147. Dif-
ficulties attending them, as applied to Christian
Revelation M. 149. They do not prove what
they have no relation to

R
Reprobation, defined, and destroyed by reason, 336.
not proveable by the bible

339
Revelation, what it is, defined 3. And what it

is not 6. Man's uncorrupted judgment a true
judge of it 8. It should appear and prove it.
self, or be disregarded 9. Miraculous power
not always annexed to it 13.' Nor esential 35.
Of the Jewish 16. St. Peter and Paul's opi-
nion of it 18. Ii's partiality; the doctrine of
predestination the consequence thereof 19. The
history of it considered 24. Of the Mahometan:
No need to enquire after it 29.' The plau-
fibility of it 37. Of the Christian 40.394. How
abused 64. The traditions of it considered 67.
73. 114 What it is to be colle&ted from 69.
What the subjekt matter of it 71. How to be
colleEted and what it is 81. 100. Every par-
ty's pretensions to it should be carefully inspected,
and tried by every one. 124. 129. 325. The
reasons for so doing 334.

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