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The Editor's question "Did Jesus regard the lawyer ns sinless?:"

answered 20

The verse " If righteousness rame by law," Ike. explained .... 21 The Editor's omission to notice ttrnse passages that represent repentance as a sufficient means for procuring pardon ... 82

Luke V. 32. XXIV. 47. XIII. 3, referred to ibid

The parable of the prodigal son, referred t<, 23

Psalm LI 17. "The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit," &c .

Ezekiel XVII I. 30. referred to ibid

JProv. XVI. 6. •' By mercy and truth iniquity is purged." &c

Isaiab I. 18, referred to 24

Human justice referred to ibid


Inquiry into the doctrine of the Christian atonement. A

change of arrangement by the Editor .- S3

Gen III. 15. " 1 w ill put enmity between thee and the woman, &c.

examined — •' ..... ibid

Gen. IV. 4 ' The sacrifice offered by Abel, and approved of God,

in preference to his brother Cain's, examined 89

John VIII. 56 noticed ibid

Heh. XI. 26 noticed 30

Heh. XI. 4 referred to ibid

How far sacrifices are divine institutions 3 t

Micah VI. 7 ami 8, Hosea VI. 6, Isaiah I. 11 referred to 1*2

Psalm L 8 referred to .... 33

Sam. XV. 22, Pro. XXI. 3, Ere. V. 1 referred to 34

In w hat sense such expressions as "This mmi after he had ofl'i red one sacrifice for sins," and others like them should be taken., ibid

Common notions of justice 37

Exod. XX. 5, Matt. XV111. 8 referred to ibid

Num. XIV. 19, 20, II. Chro. XXX 18.20, Psalm CVI. 23,

XXXII. 5 referred to -. S8

Psalm CXIII. 2, Isaiah LV. 7, Jeremiah VII 21, 23 referred to 59

Den X. 4 "It is not possible that the bloud of bulls" &c. examined 40

Gen. XXII. 3 referred to 41

Heh. X. 5 is referred to ibid

The death of Jesus was a spiritual and virtual sacrifice 42

Such terms as "sacrifice" "atonement t<,r sin." &C. being familiar to the Jews were adopted by the Apostles ibid

Priesthood without sacrifice exists under the Christian dispensa-'

lion..' 43

1. Peter 11. 4 and 5, quoted in proof or spiritual sacrifices ibid

Rev. 1. 6, XX. 6, 1 Peter V. 5. referred to , 44

Protestants explain such phrases as " unless ye eat his flesh," &c.

in a spiritual sense ibid.

The Editor's reference to Noal.'s sacrifice and God's promise to
Abraham and his quoting Job. "1 know that my Redeemer

liveth,"&c examined 45

Watt V. 3. 11, Luke XI. 28 referred t 46

Isaiah LXIII. 16, LX. 16 referred to ibid

Job XIX. 24,-26 referred to 47


The sense in which the application of the term "Lamb" is made

to Jesus', discussed 43

John XXI. 15, Luke X. 3. Gen. XXII. 7 and 8. Jeremiah'

XI 19. " But 1 was like a Lamh." &c. referred to 49

The account of the ^cane-goat, examined 50

Exod XXVIII. Si referred to ibid

Psalm II. 1. compared with Act. IV. and Psalm XVI. 8. II,

compared with Acts II. 25, 27. &c. &c. noticed as bearing no

relation to the viccaiiou*. sacrifice of Jesus 51

Psalm XL. 6, 8 aud 9. examined by referring to ibeir

• context - 55

The object of Jesus's mission was to deliver divine instructions.. 54 John X. 17. "Therefore iioth my father love me," &c. esa

minrd 55

Jesus's aversion to death like many other prophets.... 56

Matt. XXVI. 36. 42. referred to ibid

Mark XIV. 36. Luke XXII. 42.- 4-t. referred to 57

The assertion of the baiior that "This iniquity, if it be such, the

* Father willed," examined

The Editor's objection ". the application of human notions of justice to jud^e the unsearchable things of God, examined 60

The Iiditoi's applv ing human notions of justice to Divine things.. 61 The orthodox divines like the Editor have recourse to human

notions of justice in their attempt to prove the atonement of

Christ 6-2

Examination of Isaiah, VII. 14. deferred to the subsequent cha,

ter 03

Isaiah XI. " And iie snail make him of quick understanding, Sec.

examined ibid

Isaiah XIX. 19 i nd 20 noticed tit

Tiie Editor's attempt to prove the atonement from the application

of the termSaviour" to Jesus, examined G5

Matt. IX, 8, John V. 24, VI. 63, XV. 3 referred to ibid

Answer to the question "when previously to Christ's coining did

the Egyptians cry to Jehovah ?" &f ibid

Isa. XXXV. 10. " The ransom of tlte Lord," &c. examined.... (i6 Isa. Xl.ll. " He shall not cry," &c. " The Lord is well pleased,"

examined ibid

II. Cor. V. 21 examined 67

Isa. Ll 11, examined .... ibid

Answer to the question "Is not our repentence sufficient.'" &c... 68

Jeremiah XXIII. XXXI. 1 Cor. 1 60 examined 60

Ezek XXX IV. 3 examined ibid

Pan. IX. 26 examined 70

Hosealll. J. el II 28, Amos IX. noticed 7!

ObadiaJi v 21 examined ibid

Micah'lV.'andV. noticed.' 73

Nahum I. 15, HabakUuk " Thejust shall live by his faith," compared witli Rom. I. Gal. III.'2, noticed 74

Haggai 11. examined ibid

Zechariah III. 8 and 9, VI 12 and 13 noticed 76

Malachi 111, i. noticed 7y

Jesus made no direct declaration respecting tlte design of liis

death , . ibid

Such expressions as" Jesti. came to give himself a ransom fni'.iu.i

uy," explained , "... 7?

R.rn.uis III. 24. " Being justified freety, &c." ch. VIII.32, "l5. 16 and 18, refcrted to ". '.' SO '' Pahb

locks'*paraphrase Ob Romans III. 54, quoted Hn>

Locke's note on the word " Redemption" 81

Locke's note on the word '* mercy seat" 82

Reference to n few iexts explaining tl,e terms "sacrifice,"

"ransom." " nn>''n,g." &c 85

Of a two-fold namre in Christ 84

Allusion to the three-fold nature .of a Hindoo incarnation ibid

8olemu denial of ridiculing Christ's intercession 85

The Editor's assertion that "The blood of no mere creators

could take away sin," noticed — . ibid

The Editor s assertion "As to the appointment of Jehovah by Jehovah, and his atoning for sin" noticed 86

Arguments in prouf of the finite efl'ec s of Cnrist's appearance on

earth, adduced . .. - 87

The Israeli es punished finitely for tins committed against the infinite God 88

1 Chro. XXI. II and 15. Judges X1U 1 referred to ibid

Infinite reward for a goud act pert <ined for the propitiation of

the infinite God 90

The phrases ''everlasting lire" and "everlasting punishments,"

explained ibid

Geu. XVII. 8, XL1X. 26, Hah. III. 6 referred to 91


Inquiry into the doctrine of the Trinity 9$

The term Trinity not found in the scriptures .. ibid

Gen. XLVIII. 16, "The angel which redeeaied me" XXXI.

13, " I am ihe God of Bethel." Exod. 111. 2, "In a flame of

fire," examined ibid

Jud. II. 1, ' I brought you rut of Egypt," Gen. XXII. 12,

"Thou hast not withheld thy son." examined 9i'

Isaiah LXIII 9; Ruth IV. 14, Nehe V. 8 referred to 95

An allusion to a three-fold nature of Christ ibid

Psalm XCVII. 7, Jud. XIII. 21 and 22, Job I. 6, "The sous of

God." etc. referred to 96

Jud XIII IS, II. Sam. XXIV. 16 referred to 97

Isa. X. 4, 7. XXIX. 1.—referred to .... 98

Mic. IV. 13, V. I referred to 99

Exod. III. 14. " Thus Shalt thou say I am that I am," John VIII.

24. "If ye believe not that I am." v; 58, examined ibid

Matt. XXIV. 5. " I am Christ" and John IV. 25, 26 referred to 100

John II. 19 and 21 referred to 101

Ps. LXXXIX. 27 referred to . 104

Chro. XIV. 8, and XVIII. 1, 8 referred to 105

Chro. XX. 2, and 3 referred to 106

It. Kings V. 26, 27, Exod XXIII. 21 referred to 108 .

Prophets performing miracles, sometimes without oral addresses

to God ibid

John XI. 41 and 42 referred to 10!i

The phrase "To trust in him" examined ibid

Prov. XXXI. 1), and Isaiah XIV. 32 referred to "bid

Jere. XVII. 5 explained .. ;ibid

Psalm XXIV. "The earth is Jehovah's" &c. compared with John

I. 3, examined llfr° V.

i Pa«b

Heb. T. 5, T.phe. Ill 9 referred to; I. for. X. 85 and SO « What*- soever is sold." &c. compared with PsalmXXIV. 1,examined Hi, 119

Heb. I. 2. John III. 33 referred to . »....• 119

I. Cor. X. 22. " D' we provoke the Lord," &c examined ibid

1. Kin£' XIX. 10 referred to ... i 14

Psalm XXIV.8 compared witu Eph. IV. 8, examined ibid

Psalm LXVIIJ. 18 referred to lit

L.-cke's note quoted ibid

Psa m XXXVI. 6. " O Jehovah thou preservesl," Sic. compared

with I. 17, Heb. I. 3, examined 117

John-XVlI. 2, V. 30, and John XIV. 24, " The word which ye

hear," &c. Matt. XXVIII. IS, .eferred to 119

Psalm XL.V. 6, as quoted in Heb. I. 8, "Thy throne O God," &c.

examined 120

The Fditor's substitution of the term " Jehovah" for " God," uotii

- ted ' ibid

Direct application nf Psalm XLV. to Solomon, illustrated .i.... 121

Psalro CI I. 25,2? referred to 122

Heb I. 10.12. " Thou Lord in the beginning," Sec. examined .. . ibid jDeut. XXXII. 10, Isaiah XLIX. 16, Psalm XLV1I.3, referred

to 124

Wa t. XXII. 45 referred to . ibid

The Editor's Bubuitution of the term " Jehovah" f t " Lord," noticed 125

The Editor's endeavour to weaken the force of the evidence respecting the changeable nature of Christ 126

I. Cor. XV. 24, 25 and 28 referred lo 127

Application of the term " shepherd," examined 128

Isaiah LXI1I. 11, Jere. XXI1I.4, "I will set upshepherdi over

them" refetred to ibid

Ezek. XXXIV. 23, " I will set one shepheid." &c. examined ... 12» Ephe. IV. 18, compared with Psalm LXVIH. 18, "Thou hast

ascended on high" examined 131

Alquoran cli. I. quoted 133

From a Jewish book of prayers, "Sabbath Morning Service,"

quoted .... ;ibid

'• J ewisli Morning Service," quoted 134

Alquoran 1I. 5qu»ted ibid

JWa II. 15, 17, 19. referred to ibid

The context of v. the 18th referred to 136

The Editor's attempt to invalidate the argument founded on John

X. 34 137

Figuiative application of the terms "The ions of God," "Tlie

first born of God; ," Src. noticed. ibid

Luke II. 7, 21,40, 42, 52, Matt. XI. 19. Mark HI. 5, John IV. 6. XII 27, XIII 5, 21, Luke XXII. 44, Mark XIV. 34,

Matt. XXVII 50, Philippians II. 8, referred to 138

The commonly received doctrine of Christ's two-fold nature, noticed • 140

Moses and the chiefs of Israel termed Gods and Men. and equally with Jesus said to have performed most wonderful miracles....... ibid

Terms phrasfs or circumstances strictly applicable to God alone, when ascribed to created beings, to be interpreted in an inferior sense 141

The argument of Moses and others being types of Christ, no*

tired. '. 14?

i XXV. 8, Deut. VII. 6, X. 15, XIV. I referred to .... ibid


Dent. X. 17, John XX. 17, Psalin XLV. 8 referred to i4H

The context of ch. XV. 34. referred to 144

X, Cor. X. 9. " Neither let ui tempt Christ'' examined ibid

The Editor's last assertion on this subject examined :j

Isaiah LX111.5, "mine own arm," and Rev. I. 8. "tam Alpha and Omega," examined 146

Genesis XXV. 30, XLIX. 7, 13, 8, 9, II referred to 147

Inconsistency of ascribing to .lesus the following expression "I will tread them." "Their blood shall be upon my garment" .. 149

Isaiah L1X. 15. 17, Daniel VII. 9 referred to ibid

Revelation I. 8, and it's cnniext examined lad

Psalm L\XVII "• He divided the sea." noticed ifil

Psalm XCV. " For Jehovah is a great God." examined.... ... I5SJ

Examination of John X. 30. "land my Father-are one." deferred 153

Heb 111.3,4 noticed .- . ibid

Verse 6th referred to , 154


On the Prophets 15*

Proverbs VIII. I "Doih not wisdom cry, &c." 22,^4, 30 exa

inUied. ...•••......••»... 15a

Psal.n CXXX 7, LXXXV. 10, Numbers XVI. 46 referred to 157 I. Johu IV. 8, John I. 1, I. Cor. I. V.24, 30, II. Cor. V 21, Dent. XXVIII. 37, Zech. VIII. 13, Gen. XI I. 2, Zech. II.

5, referred to 155

Isaiah VI. I, 10, compared with John XII. 41, examined ibid

The context of verse the 41, referred to , 153

Romans XII. 7, 8, Isaiah UXllh 17, referred to 163.

Verse the 41. compared with John V III 56, 161

DeuuXXVIII.gS, XXIX. 4. 1, King XVIII. 37, referred to 16J Isaiah Chapter VII. 14. " behold a virgin shall conceive" compared wiib Mathew ch. I. 22, 23, examined , i:ii<

The term " shall conceive" considered 165

Genesis XVI. 11.4, 5, Jer. XXXI. 8,2. Samuel XI. 5, nod

Isaiah XXVI. 17, Gen. XXXVIII. 24, referred t. ibid.

Exodus XXI. 22, II, King3VIII..12, amos. I. 13, referred to 166

Isaiah VII. 15. referred to ibid

Micah IV. 10. Isaiah XXIII. 12. referred to 167

The inconsistency between Christ's being possessed of ail power in his human Capacity, and his not knowing good from evil in

that very Capacity 16S

Euke II. 46, 50, referred to 169.

The context of Isaiah VII. 14, compared with 11. Kings XVI 5,

et seq. referred to ibid

Wathew's reference to Isaiah VII. 14, in (iis Gospel compared.. 153

Dr. Campbell's authority quoted ibid.

Hosea XI. I, 3, noticed

Isaiah IX 6, "For unto us a Child is bom" examined 175

The context of the verse in question compared II. Kings XV. 29,

&c. XVIII. 7, &c. referred to 177

The decision left to (he public.. IbA

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