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Page The Editor's attempt to prove the atonement from the appli

cation of the term “ Saviour" to Jesus, examined .. 402-404 Matthew ix. 8; John V. 24, vi. 63, xv. 3, referred to' ib. Answer to the question, "When previously to Christ's coming, did the Egyptians cry to Jehovah ?" &c.

ib. Isaiah XXXV. 10, “ The ransomed of the Lord," &c. examined

ib. Isaiah xlii. [2] 21, “He shall not cry," &c., “ The Lord is well pleased," examined

405 2 Corinthians v. 21, examined

ib. Isaiah liji., examined

ib. Answer to the question,

" Is not our repentance sufficient ?" &c.

406 Jer. xxiii. [5], xxxi. [31, 33); 1 Cor. i. 30, examined 406, 407 Ezekiel xxxiv. 23, examined

ib. Daniel ix. 26, examined

ib. Hosea iii. [5] ; Joel ii. 28; Amos ix. [11]

408 Obadiah ver. 21, examined

.. 409 Micah iv. and v., noticed

410 Nahum i. 15; Habakkuk, [ii. 4,] “ The just shall live by his

faith,” compared with Romans i. [17]; Galatians iïi. 2, [11?] noticed ....

410, 411 Haggai ii. [6, 7, 9), examined Zechariah iii. 8, 9, vi. 12, 13, noticed

412 Malachi iii. l; noticed

ib. Jesus made no direct declaration respecting the design of his death o'stire

ib. Such expressions as Jesus came to give himself a ransom for many," explained

413 Romans iii. 24, “Being justified freely,” &c., ch. viii. 32, 15, 16, 18, referred to

416 Locke's paraphrase on Rom. iii. 24, quoted

ib. Locke's note on the word “ Redemption"

417 Locke's note on the word Mercy-seat"

418

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Page Reference to a few texts explaining the terms “sacrifice," ransom,” offering,” &c.

419 Of a two-fold nature in Christ

ib. Allusion to the three-fold nature of a Hindoo incarnation .. 420 Solemn denial of ridiculing Christ's intercession ....

ib. The Editor's assertion, that “ the blood of no mere creature could take away sin,” noticed

ib. The Editor's assertion, “ As to the appointment of Jehovah

by Jehovah, and his atoping for sin,” noticed.......... 421 Arguments in proof of the finite effects of Christ's appearance on earth, adduced.

422 The Israelites punished finitely for sins committed against the infinite God.....

423 1 Chronicles xxi. 11 [12] and 15; Judges xiii, 1, referred to

ib. Infinite reward for a good act performed for the propitiation of the infinite God

424 The phrases "everlasting fire," and "everlasting punishments,” explained

425 Genesis xvii, 8, xlix. 26; Habakkuk iii. 6, referred to ....

.. ib.

CHAPTER III.

Inquiry into the doctrine of the Trinity

426 The term Trinity not found in the Scriptures

ib. Genesis xlviii. 16, “ The angel which redeemed me;" xxxi.

13, “ I am the God of Bethel ;” Exodus iii. 2, “ In a flame of fire,” examined

ib. Judges ii. 1, “ I brought you out of Egypt;" Genesis xxii.

Thou hast not withheld thy son," examined Isaiah lxiii. 9; Ruth iv. 14; Nehem. V. 8, referred to, 427, 428 An allusion to a three-fold nature of Christ

ib. Psalm xcvii. 7; Judges xiii. 21, 22; Job i. 6, “ The sons

of God," &c., referred to Judges xiii. 16; 2 Samuel xxiv. 16, referred to

ib.

12,

ib.

.... 429

ib.

Page Isaiah x. 4-7, xxix. 1, (1-3,] referred to

• 430 Micah iv. 13, v. 1, referred to

... 431 Exodus iii. 14, “ Thus shalt thou say, I am that I am ;" John

viii. 24, “ If ye believe not that I am,” ver. 58, examined ib. Matthew xxiv. 5, “ I am Cbrist," and John iv. 25, 26, re. ferred to

432 John ii. 19-21, referred to

. • 433 Psalm lxxxix. 27, referred to ...:

436 [1] Chronicles xiv. 8, xviii. 1-8, referred to ..... [1] Chronicles xx. 2, 3, referred to ......

437 2 Kings v. 26, 27 ; Exodus xxiii. 21, referred to ...... 439 Prophets performing miracles sometimes without oral ada dresses to God

ib. John xi. 41, 42, referred to

ib. The phrase “ To trust in him," examined

440 Proverbs xxxi. 11; Isaiah xiv. 32, referred to

ib. Jeremiah xvii. 5, explained ....

ib. Psalm xxiv. [1, 2] “The earth is Jehovah's," &c., compared with John i. 3, examined

ib. Hebrews i. 2 ; Ephesians iii. 9, referred to; 1 Corinthians X.

25, 26, “Whatsoever is sold," &c., compared with Psalm xxiv, 1, examined ..

441, 442 Hebrews i. 2; John iii. 35, referred to ....

••• 443 1 Cor. x. 22, “ Do we provoke the Lord ?" &c., examined ib. 1 Kings xix. 10, referred to

....... 444 Psalm xxiv. 8, compared with Ephesians iv. 8, examined .. ib. Psalm lxvii. 18, referred to

•. 445 Locke's note quoted

446 Psalm xxxvi. 6, “ O Jehovah, thou preservest," &c., com

pared with Colossians i. 17; Hebrews i. 3, examined •• 447 John xvii. 2, v. 30, and xiv. 24, “ The word which ye hear," &c., Matthew xxviii. 18, referred to....

449 Psalm xlv. 6, as quoted in Hebrews i. 8, “ Thy throne, O God," &c., examined ..

ib.

.... 454

Page The Editor's substitution of the term “ Jehovah" for “ God" noticed ....

449 Direct application of Psalm xlv, to Solomon, illustrated 451 Psalm cii. 25-27, referred to

452 Hebrews i. 10-12, “ Thou, Lord, in the beginning," &c., examined ....

ib. Denteronomy xxxii, 10; Isaiah xlix. 16; Psalm xlvii. 3, referred to.....

453 Matthew xxii. 45, referred to

ib. The Editor's substitution of the term “ Jehovah” for “ Lord”

noticed The Editor's endeavour to weaken the force of the evidence

respecting the changeable nature of Christ ..... 455 1 Corinthians xv. 24, 25, 28, referred to

ib. Application of the term shepherd,” examined

456 Isaiah Ixiii. 11; Jeremiah xxiii. 4, “ I will set up shepherds over them," &c., referred to....

456, 457 Ezekiel xxxiv. 23, “ I will set one shepherd,' &c., examined ib. Ephesians iv. 18, compared with Psalm lxviü. 18,“ Thou hast ascended on high," examined

459 Alquoran, ch. i. quoted From a Jewish book of prayers, “ Sabbath Morning Service,” quoted

ib. “ Jewish Morning Service" quoted ........

ib. Alquoran ii. 5, quoted

462 Hosea ii. 15–17, 19, referred to

ib. The context of ver. 18, referred to

• 463 The Editor's attempt to invalidate the argument founded on John x. 34

464 Figurative application of the terms “ The sons of God," “ The first-born of God," &c., noticed

465 Luke ii. 7, 21, 40, 42, 51, 52; Matt. xi, 19; Mark iii. 5;

John iv. 6, xii. 27, xiii. 5, 21; Luke xxii. 44; Mark xiv. 34; Matt, xxvii. 50; Philippians ii. 8, referred to, 465, 466

.... 461

Page The commonly-received doctrine of Christ's two-fold nature noticed

... 467 Moses and the chiefs of Israel termed gods and men, and

equally with Jesus said to have performed most wonderful miracles

ib. Terms, phrases, or circumstances strictly applicable to God

alone, when ascribed to created beings, to be interpreted in an inferior sepse

468 The argument of Moses and others being types of Christ, noticed

ib. Exodus xxv. 8; Deut. vii. 6, x. 15, xiv. 1, referred to

469 Deateronomy x. 17; John xx. 17; Psalm xlv. 7, referred to 470 The context of ch. xv. (John x.] 34, referred to

ib, 1 Corinthians x. 9, “ Neither let us tempt Christ,” examined 471 The Editor's last assertion on this subject examined ..... 472 Isaiah lxiji. 5, “ Mine own arm ;" and Revelation i. 8, "I am Alpha and Omega," examined

472, 473 Gen. xxv. 30, (Jer.] xlix. 7, 13, 8, 9, 11, referred to, 473, 474 Inconsistency of ascribing to Jesus the following expressions :

“ I will tread them," « Their blood shall be upon my gar

ment” Isaiah lix. 15-17; Daniel vii. 9, referred to

475 Revelation i. 8, and its context, examined...

ib. Psalm lxxviii. [13], “ He divided the sea,” noticed ...... 477 Psalm xcv. (6, 7), “For Jehovah is a great God," examined ib. Examination of John X. 30, “I and my Father are one," deferred

478 Hebrews iii. 3, 4, noticed

ib. Ver. 6, referred to .....

479

ib.

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On the Prophets
Proverbs viii. 1, “Doth not wisdom cry?" &c.,

27, 30, examined

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