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Paul, St., Icarning, qnotatious, &c......

II.
-, martyred at Rome

II.
on his conduct at Jerusalem

II.
ignorance of Ananias

II.
plan of his preaching at Athens...

II.
possessed all the apostolic qualifications II.
sails to Rome as a prisoner

II.
the proof of our Lord's Messiahship allordel,
which he might have demanded

II.
trance in the Temple, date of..

II.
travels after his first imprisonment

II.
when made an Apostle .

ll.
whether taken to Areopagus by force

II.
why this name was given to Saul

II.
Paulus, a German critic, on the twofold Logos.

I.
on the gift of tongues.

II.
Peacemakers, meaning of....

1
Pearce, Bishop, on the libertines

II.
Pearson, Bishop, on the office of Deacons,

II.
Pedigree of Josepb and Mary must have been well known
and accurate

I.
Pentecost, why the Holy Ghost was then given.

II.
Perfections of God predicated of Christ

11.
Permission, this I speak by," on this phrase

11.
Persecution, time of, referred to by St. Matthew

11.
Peter, St., whether his name Cephas, proved his supremacy
over the other Apostles .

I.
whether the rock on which the Church is
founded

denials of, predicted by our Lori
on the time when he saw Christ aster the re-/

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surrection ....

deliverance from prison, how explained by the
liberal German commentators

II.
where he took refuge after his miraculous re-
Jease from prison

II.
did not remain long at Rome, on bis first journey
to that city ....

II.

II.
martyred at Rome ...

II.
Epistles of, their date, origin, design, &c. II.
Petronius Arbiter, on fish, as an emblem

I.
Pfeiffer, on the word Jesus

1.
dialect of Galilee

1.
word Remphan..

II.
Pharisees charged with hypocrisy

I.
Christ replies to

I.
on the leaven of

I.
Philemon, Epistle to, dato, cause, &c.

II.
Philip assumed the name of Herod

1.
the Deacon must not be confounded with the
Apostle....
Philippians, Epistle to, its date, origin, &c.

11.
Philosophers who fashion Christianity to preconceived
ideas, generally wrong

I.

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Philo, some account of .....

1.
interview of, with Caligula

1.
-, passages from, on the Logos...

1.
confounds the personal with a conceptual Logos,
and is thus equally depended upon by the Unitarian
and Trinitarian writers ...

1.
former popularity of his works

1.
-- on prophetic and monitory dreams

1.
“ Physician heal thyself,” a Jewish Proverb
Pilate and Herod, cause of their difference

I.
Pilkington, on the miraculous draught of fishes

I.
Pirke, Eliezer, illustration of Matt. xv. 26. from

I.
Place, go to his own,” meaning of

II.
Places of worship among the early Christians

II.
Plato, source whence he derived his idea of a Logos I.
thought all things full of Dæmons..

I.
Pleroma of Cerinthus .

I.
Plucking the ears of corn, place of this event

I.
corn considered as reaping..

I.
Plutarch quoted, on fish as an eniblem..

I
Political contest, last, between good and evil predicted.. II.
Polycarp on the office of Deacons ....

II.
Pool of Bethesda, miracle at, authenticity of the passage
in which it is related ....

1.
Popery, its revival will compel attention to the ancient
controversies....

1.
has increased within the last few years

II.
its principles censured in Scripture

II.
the enslaver and curse of mankind...

II.
Popular election of the Clergy not proved from the election
of Matthias .....

II.
Porteus, Bishop, on Mark ix. I.

I.
Practice of the Apostles the best guide to Christian
Churches ..

II.
Practice of the Church at Jerusalem

II.
Prayer, Bishop Taylor on.....

I.
the best preparation for duty..

II.
to be offered in faith ....

II.
Preachers of the Gospel to endure hardness...

II.
be examples to others

II.
Preaching of Christ began at the imprisonment of John,
reasons for this ...

1.
St. Paul no proof of his Apostleship

II.
the means of conversion

11.
Pre-existence, Christ in his, known by evil spirits.

I.
Preface to the Gospels ....
-- of St. Luke variously interpreted

I.
John, its precise object, .

I.
Prepared before the foundation of the world”.

I.
Presbyterianism, date and causes of its origin

I.
its progress

1.
Presbytery, meaning of this word.

II.
“ Pressed in the Spirit,” (Acts xviii. 5.) meaning of.

II.
Prideaux, Dean, on the seventy weeks, remarks on his
interpretation ...

II.
account of the prosclytes..

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Priesthood, Jewish, publicly instituted ....

I.
its succession sacred..

1.
Christian, its origin, descent, and succession,
as clear as that of the Jews.......

1.
Patriarchal, Levitical, Christian

1.
Christian, its present degradation

I.
of Christ, of Levi, and Melchisedek..

II.
Prisoner released at the Passover, origin of ..

I.
Prisoners, mode of securing them..

II.
Progress of the Papal corruptions

II.
Prophecies accomplished by events apparently inci-
dental ..

I.
Prophecy, the spirit of, when descended upon Joho.

I.
unto us of Christ,” meaning of this insult.

I.
better evidence than miracles...

II.
Prophetical books, how divided by the Jews...

I.
Propriety, peculiar, of Christ's actions pointed out in the
notes ..

I.
Proselytes of Shechem, the first persons baptized..

1.
controversy concerning, between Lord Bar-
rington and Dr. Lardner......

II.
of the gate, apostolic decree addrossed to......

II.
Providence, doctrines of, maintained by the Jews... I.

of God, how shewo in thc protection of the
first teaching of Christianity ..

II.
Prudence required in Missionaries.

II.
Publicans considered by the Jews as profane persons

I.
Publicity of the Apostles preaching .....

II.
Punishment, capital, whether permitted to the Jews

1.
“ Pat on Christ,” this phrase illustrated .....
Pythagoras thought all things full of Dæmons

1.
conversed with the Jews in the captivity

II.
Pythoness really possessed

II.
Quotations in the New Testament sometimes on the rab-
binical plan.....

1.
Quotation (Acts viii. 32.) the same in the Septuagint and
Hebrew..

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Rabbi, how rendered in Greek ...
Rabbis, celebrated, who possibly questioned Christ when

twelve years of age....
Rabbinical mode of quoting Scripture....
Rayer on the title on the cross..
Reading, no new, of the New Testament to be received,

unless on the authority of MSS. .
Reason alone never discovered a true religion
Reasons of the Jews for believing the ancient miracles,

of the same nature as those on wbich the miracles of

Christ are credible.....
“ Receiveth you, receiveth me," an assertion of our Lord's

divinity...
Reformation of the Church service, plan of.

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from Popery, not the man of sin.

its good and bad effects.....
Reformers identified regeneration with baptism.

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Regeneration, discussion of the opposite opinions con-
cerning.

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different from renovation .

I. 2 6 123
opinion of the Jews, Fathers, and the
Church of England concerning....

I 2 6 121 tol29
in baptism a mystery of the same nature as
other difficulties of Scripture...

I. 2 6 128
baptismal, what is meant by

1. 2 6

129
(Matt. xix. 28.)...

I. 39 355
Rejecters of Christianity bave no foundation of hope II. | 15 1

659
Religion, object of, under its three forms

1. 1

32
Rémphan, ineaning of this word ....

9

59
Renovation, in what respects different from regeneration 1. 2 6 124
Rennell, Mr. admirable observations on inspiration

1. 1

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on the Canon

II. 15 20

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Repentance, meaning of John's preaching,

I. 1 18 85
the foundation of true faith ....

1. 2 2

107
Restoration of the Jews possibly very near

I. 12 67
predicted

II. | 13 13 401
Resurrection gradually taught...

I. 3 21 208
expected in the time of Christ..

I. 3 21 212
of the body taught in Scripture by facts I. 5 46 368
importance of the doctrine .....

I. 8 1

520
difficulties in the accounts of....

1. 8 1 520
evidence in its favour complete...

I. 8 1 522
West, Towilson, and Cranfield, on ......

1.

526
among the tombs of Judea, at the 1.

551
in the time of the Messiah expected by the
Jews

I. 8 9 551
-, manner of our, &c. &c. ...

II. 13 6 315
Revelation, design of .....

I. 3 6 153
the only means of discovering the will of God 11.

1

8
- defined...

12 10
the only guide to man.

II. 12 10

210
Revival of miracle and prophecy at the coming of Christ I. 1 2 28
Revolution of souls a Jewisb opinion ....

I. 5 19 335
Rivers, progress of, Gospel compared to ......

I. 3 6 164
Robe of Christ, how called purple and scarlet..

I. 7 15 502
Rolling away the stone before the rising of the sun...

I. 8 10 552
Roman Emperors prevented the early power of the man
of sin....

II. 12 16 266
Romans, Epistle to, its date, place, object, &c.,,.

II. 13 13 365
Romanists keep the Scriptures from the people

II. 12 14 259
Rone, vide Church......
Rosenmüller on the Apocalypse.

II. 15 18 648
demoniacs.

I. 3 7 157
name of Matthew

I. 3 12 175
Mark ji. 26.

1. 3 16

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Rudiments of the world...

II. 14 I 500

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Sabbath, Jewish traditionary laws respecting, very bur-

thensome and superstitious.
Sabbatical years referred to
Sacrifices, account of the Jewish

federal rites between God and man,...

I. 3 15
II. 12 10
I. 6 34
I. | 6 | 34

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Sacrifices, legal types of the sacrifice of Christ...... I. 6 34
Sadducees, Christ replies to....

I.

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Salt losing its savor, meaning of.

I.

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Salted with fire, meaning of

I.

21
Salutation, ineaning of the

I.

4
Salvation of man never certain till death ...

II. 9 31
by faith alone the doctrine of Scripture.. II. 10
Samaria, proselytes to the Jewish Church first admitted
there

1.

2
Cbrist first announced his Messiahship there . 1.

2
first addressed after the Jews

I.

2
Samaritans highly esteemed the prophetic writings. 1.

2
Samaritan, on the good ...

I.

9
Samothrace, history of, much wanted.

II.

6
Sanhedrim, account of ...

I.
Christ admitted into, when twelve years old I,

17
why they apprebended the Ron ns if they
acknowledged our Lord....

I. 5 47
of Jerusalem, authority of, very great over the
distant Jews

II. 9 31
permitted by the Romans to govern the distant
Synagogues..

II. 931
in the wilderness, endued with miraculous
gifts

II.1 11 14
its places of meeting after the fall of Jerusalem II. 15 21
Sanpreons, a sect of Esseans .

II. 9 33
Saturninus, origin and nature of his opinions

I.

2
Saul, why called Paul.

II. 11
Schoetgen on the study of the Jewish writers

I. 1 2
glory at the transfiguration

I. 4 16
barren fig-tree....

1. 6 8
leaven of the Pharisees

I. 6 18
expression“ it is enough

1. 6 33
draugbt offered on the cross ....

I. 7 17
expectation of the miraculous gifts II.

4
office of Deacon

II. 9
Gaza, which is desert".

II. 9 29
Scott, Dr. on the Episcopate of James

II. 10 9
Schools of Hillel and Schammai, on the Sabbath

I, 3 15
Scripture read by Christ at Nazareth ...,

1. 3 4
fanciful interpretatious of, inconsistent with so-
briety of judgment ..

I. 3 6
to be read by all

II. 12 14
the test of truth..

I.

9
uses of the Jewish.

II. 15 12
warning to those who study.

I.

6 32
Sealing of the tomb assisted to prove the resurrection.. I. 8 5
Searcher of hearts, an epithet applied to Christ, proving
his divinity...

9 2
Second Sabbath after the first

I. 3 15
Seed of the woman...

1.

4
Seeds as of many, Gal. ii. 16.

II. 12
Selden on the power of life and death among the Jews.

1.

7 10
word Remphan ....

II. 9 21
distributing Scripture

II. | 12

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Sepulchre, form of, among the Jews

1.

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