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SECTION.

CONTENTS.

SCRIPTURE:

PLACE.

IV. From Jerusalem to Antioch in Syria.

Antioch. 4778
V. From Antioch to Colosse.

Colosse.
VI. From Colosse to Philippi.

Philippi.
VII. From Philippi to Corinth.

Corinth.
VIII. From Corinth to Troas.

Troas.
IX. From Troas to Miletum.

Miletum.
X. From Miletum to Rome.

Rome.
XI. St. Paul is imprisoned at Rome, in the

general Persecution by Nero.'
XII. St. Paul, in the Anticipation of the near The Second Italy. 4778, 61,

approach of Death, writes his second Epistle to Ti-
Epistle to Timothy, exhorting him, as mothy.

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his last Bequest to the faithful Discharge
of his Duty, in all times of Apostacy,

Persecution, and Dissension.
XIII. St. Peter writes his first Epistle to the The First Epis-

Jews, who, in the Time of Persecution, tle of St. Pe-
had taken Refuge in the Heathen ter.
Countries mentioned in the Inscription,
and also to the Gentile Converts, to
encourage them to suffer cheerfully for
their Religion; and to enforce upon
them the Necessity of leading a Holy
and blameless Life, that they may put
to shame the Calumnies of their Adver-

saries.
XIV. St. Peter, under the impression of ap- The Second Italy, or

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proaching Martyrdom, writes to the Epistle of St. Rome.
Jewish and Gentile Christians, dispersed Peter.
in the Countries of Pontus, Galatia,
Cappadocia, &c.—to confirm the Doc-
trines and Instructions of his former
Letter—to caution them against the Er-
rors of the False Teachers, by remind-
ing them of the Judgments of God on
Apostates and to encourage them under
Persecution, by the Consideration of
the happy Deliverance of those who
trusted in him, and the final Dissolution
both of this World, and of the Jewish

Dispensation.
xv. Jude writes his Epistle to caution the The Epistle of Probably

Christian Church against the danger- Jude. Syria.
ous Tenets of the false Teachers, who
had now appeared, subverting the Doo-
trine of Grace to the Encouragement of
Licentiousness; and to exhort them to a
steadfast adherence to the Faith and

Holiness.
XVI. Martyrdom of St. Peter and St. Paul.

Rome.
XVII. Destruction of Jerusalem. A.D. 70.

Jerusalem.
XVIII. St. John writes the Apocalypse (probably The Book of Asia Minor. 4809

in the Year A.D. 96,) to supply the Revelations.
Place of a continued Succession of Pro-
phets in the Christian Church, till the
second coming of Christ to judge the
World.

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Abarbanel, on the Bath Col.......

I.
Abiathar, the High Priest, Michaelis on.

I.
Achor, valley of, a door of Hope, meaning of

I.
Acclamations of the children, &c. &c. when Christ entered
Jerusalem.....

1.
Adam created in the image of God, but his son was born
in his own image...

I.
Christ shewn to be the second, from the Old Tes-
tament, the New Testament, and the Jewish tradi-
tions ....

1.
why the second, was tempted in Gethsemane I.
Address to the Churches of Asia ..

II.
Adria, where St. Paul was wrecked..

II.
Æons, of Cerinthus ....

I.
Ægypt, number of Jews in, at the time of Christ's birth. I.
a type of the world....

I.
intercourse with, prohibited

1.
Aflictions the trial of virtue....

II.
Africanus, on the genealogy of Christ..

I.
Agabus predicts St. Paul's in prisonment

II.
Agrippa, his reply to St. Paul...

II.
Aldine MS., on a reading in,

1.
Allegory, which things are an, Bishop Marsh on this pas-
sage

II.
Allix, Dr. sometimes inaccurate

I.
Alexandrian Jews obedient to the Sanhedrim of Jerusalem II.
Altar at Athens

II.
Ananias, on his High Priesthood.

II.
- the nature of his crime...
Analogy between the claims of human and divine Laws.. II.
Analogies in Scripture, pot from chance

II.
Analysis of our Lord's address to the Pharisees, on casting
out Devils ..

1.
Angel Jehovah, the Logos of St. John

I.
Angels, renewal of their visits to man to be expected at
the coming of Christ .....

I.
present at the reconciliation as at the creation of
the world.

I.

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183

II.

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ingels ascending and descending interpreted by King as
a literal prophecy ...

I. 2 2
the agents of the Deity...

1. 8 16
at the tomb of our Lord

1. 8 16
attendant at the giving of the Law.

II. 9 22
-, probability of their continued agency

II. 10 9
ingel of the congregation--his duties in the Synagogue,
service and qualifications ...,

II. 11 6
Ingelic appearances, prove our nearness to the invisible
world....

1. 8 16
innas, influence of, at Jerusalem when Christ was appre
hended

1.

1
nointing with oil, on this custom

II. 14 14
ntipater, son of Herod, probably an adviser of the mas-
sacre at Bethlehem....

I. 1 16
intioch, Church of, whether St. Paul was its Apostle.... II. 1

--, composed of proselytes of the gate .. II. 13
, well situated to become the principal Gentile
Church ..

II.

13
spiritual gifts, offices, and titles, in the Church of, II. 14
pocalypse, its design, plan, &c. &c.

15 18
its various interpretations

II. 15 18
pollonius and Apollos, whether the same.

II. 13
postates from Christianity have no hope...

II. 15 1
postacy from Christianity inexpiable

II. | 15 1
in the Christian Church foretold

II. 13 9
postacies, the two great predicted ....

II. 15 18
postles, why chosen from the lower ranks of life

I.

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chosen...

I. 3 18
connected the two dispensations

I.

2
unable to comprebend the causes of Christ's
death.....

I. 4 19
office of, well known to the ancient Jews.... II. 9 35
of the High Priest and Sanhedrim, meaning of 11. 9
when they left Judea after the ascension of Christ II. 10 9
when St. Paul was made ....

II. 10

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their safety in the first persecution

II. 23
had power over other Churches....

II. 11 13
their qualifications ..

II. 11 14
postolic, decree on the......

II. 11 13
-, spiritual meaning of....

II. 11 13
why not mentioned by St. Paul in his Epistle
to the Galatians

II. 12 10
writings early known, and widely circulated II. 15 20
ratus, on the dog star ...

I. 1 13
rchelaas, commencement of bis reign

I. 1 16
banished about the time when Christ at twelve
years old went up to Jerusalem

I. 1 17
retas, King of Arabia, defeats the army of Herod Philip 1. 2 8
rguments in favoar of Christianity, how different from
those in favour of other systems...:

I. 4
against Christianity have been all refuted.... II. 9
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Articles of the Church respecting baptism.....

I. 2
Ascended. “I am not yet," &c. explained.

1. 8

I. 8
Ascension, place of our Lord's...

1. 8
Ascensions, three ...
Asiatic Jews excite a tumult against St. Paul

II. 13

II. 12
Athens, wisdom of St. Paul's conduct at

I. 2
Atonement, the chief doctrine of the Bible.
on the........

I. 4

I. 7
-, necessity of an, for sin,
object of....

II. | 15
Augustus, expression of, to Cleopatra

I. 2
Augustine on baptism

1. 2
“Angustan band,” on the ..

II. | 13
Auricular confession, not an apostolic custom ..

II. 14
Authority of ancient writers preferable to modern conjec-
ture (Note n.)...

1. 1
of our Lord, to preach at Nazareth

I. 3
exercised in every stage of the Church.... II,

of the ministers of the early Church, not from
the people, but from God

II. 11
“ Babbler,” Acts xvii. 18.......

II. 12
Babylonian Jews, obedient to the Jewish Sanhedrimi II. 9
Baptism, origin of, among the Jews

I. 1
whether a permanent institution among the Jews ļ, 1

-, of John, in wbat respects different from that of
others

I. 1
three forms of ..

I. 1
time of Christ's.

I.
reasons and meaning of Christ's

I. 1
first practised as a permanent institution by
John

I. 1
Baptismal offices of the Church of England, identify bap-
tism with regeneration ..

I. 1
Baptize, why Christ did not.

I.

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Barabbas, bis release, how. obtained ..

I. 7
Barnabas, (the father) compares wicked men to fish

I. 3
Barrett, Dr. on the genealogies of Christ ..

I.
Barrington, the first Lord, on the image of God and Adam
(Note b.)

I. 1
papers unpublished communicated by the
Bishop of Durham (Note b.)...

I. 1
on the resurrection of the body...

1. 8
-, on the earliest notion of immortality..

II.
opinion on the proselytes, confirmed by the
most eminent theologians...

II. 10
on the meaning of the word Apostle

II. 10
on the Apostolic decreę

II. 11
on the miraculous gifts.

II.
-, on Galatians iii, 16.

II. 12
Barrow's Dr. Isaac, enquiry if St. Peter was ever at Rome
Basilides, origin of his opinions

I. 1
nature of his opinions

I.
his age .....

I.
his errors refuted in the Second Epistle of St.
John

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