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therein explained, 246. on Virgin Mary's being taken
the second to Timothy, 250. up into heaven, 144.
remarks on that to Titus, Eye, plucking it out, what is
251. further observations on meant thereby, 92.
those to Timothy, and that Eyes, the manner in which
to Titus, 252. remarks on they are painted by the east-
that of St. Paul to Philemon,' ern people, 309.
255, remarks on that to the Ezekiel, why called the son of
Hebrews, 263. who they man, 40.
are, that are so called, 256.
remarks on the general one Faith, why so much insisted on
of St. James, 272. further by St. Paul, 188. disputes
observations on the same, concerning it cleared, 189.
ibid. remarks on the general the benefit thereof explained
one of St. Peter, 273. re by St. Paul, 199. the excel-
marks on his second general lency of the Christian over
Epistle, 275. further obser the Jewish, 257. in Christ
vations on both those of St. fully delineated, ibid. St.
Peter, 277. remarks on the James explains the true na-
first Epistle general of St. ture thereof, 267.
John, 279. remarks on the Fasting of Christ compared
second of St. John, 283. to with Moses and Elias, 82.
whom addressed, ibid. re- why taken for a duty in the
marks on the third, ibid. ob Christian church, 89.
servations upon all his Epi- Father of the Israelites, God,
stles, ibid. remarks on the why so called, 61. prayer of
general one of St. Jud2, 285. our Lord explained from
Espousing the nature thereof, thence, ibich
amongst the Jews, 53. Father of mankind, God, con-
Essenes, their opinions, 27.
sidered as such in the Chris-
Ethiopia, eunuch belonging to tian dispensation, 96.
the queen thereof converted Fathers, primitive, due respect
by Pbilip, 153.
to be paid to their accounts
Evangelists, why so called, 3. of church government, 183.
Evening, why the Jews began Feasts of idols to be abstained
the day therewith, 56.
Evil, why not to be returned Feet, disciples sat at those of
by Christians, 90.
their masters, 60. of masters
Eunuchs, why employed in the washed by their servants,
highest offices of trust by
the eastern kings, 153. he Forms of prayer, an account of
who was converted by Phi them amongst the Jews, 49.
lip, a proselyte of the cove- Funerals, Jewish custotns at
nant, ibid. the custom of pre- them, 60.
ferring them to the highest Future state, different opinions
offices, still followed in the amongst the Jews concern-
ing it, 28.
Eusebius, what he says of the
Galatia, a country in the Lesser doctrines taught therein, 77.
condition thereof on our
Galatians, St. Paul's Epistle to parts, 86. observations on
them, and its design, ibid. them, 109. the virtues re-
Galilee, the aversion of the quired by it, 111.
Jews towards those of that Government of the Christian
province, 15. Isaiah, his pro- church, its primitive institu-
phecy conceruing it fulfilled, tion, 173. Irenæus, his testi-
ibid. Christ's residence there, mony concerning it, ibill.
ibid. sea thereof, now full of Grace, saying thereof a neces-
sary and Christian practice,
Generation, what meant there. 254.
by in the prophecies of Christ, Greeks or Gentiles, who were
78. the nature of it, 120. so called by the Jews, 22.
Gentiles, who were so called by another distinction concern-
the Jews, 23. how hated by ing them, 151.
the Jews, 48. remarks upon
their calling, 67, how they Heathens, sensible of the uni-
became proselytes, 135. how yersal depravity of the world,
they came to the knowledge about the time of Christ's
of the prophecies relating to coming, 43.
the Messiah, ibid. why they Hebrews, by whom wrote, 256.
opposed Christianity, 138. the intent of the Epistle,
when the Gospel was preach- 261. morality of that Epi.
ed to them, 157. proof of stle, 262.
their having part in the Mes. Hellenists, who so called, and
Gerizim, mount of, worship- Herbs, bitter, when eaten, 55.
ped on by the Samaritans, Heresy, very early in the church,
184. particularly condemned
God, his justice satisfied by the by the apostle, 185,
death of Christ, 40, called Hermon, dew of, explained,
the father of the Israelites, 312.
and why, 61. dwelleth in us, Herod, why he slew the chil-
how to be understood, 122. dren of Bethlehem, 9.
children of him explained, Herod the tetrarch, who, 17.
199. his being proved by Herod Agrippa persecutes the
works of the creation, 202. Christians, and causes St.
his providence discerned James to be beheaded, 160.
therein, 203. his attributes Herodians, who they were, 26.
known by the light of na- Holy Ghost, its descent, 145.
what meant thereby in Scrip-
Good works, remarks upon ture, 147. how conferred by
Christ's breathing, ibid. how
Gospel, its meaning and deri conferred by the apostles,
:, vation, 2. probably more 148.
Gospels than in our canon of Holy Spirit, effects thereof, 120.
the Scriptures, 3. principal - the manner of its operation,
121. true marks thereof, their hours, 56. equal only
123. its motions to be at at the equinox, ibid. known
tended to, ibid. the effects of by one name amongst their
its descending on the apo countrymen, and by another
stles, 145. further observa unto the Gentiles, 59. like
tions on this subject, 182. other eastern nations, car-
Host, worshipping thereof di- . ried presents, ibid. would not
rect idolatry, 221. proofs probably have believed the
resurrection, if they had seen
Hours, Jewish, compared with Christ afterwards, 73. their
obstinacy aggravated, after
the resurrection of Christ,
James, St. the Great, an apo 132. dispersed over all the
stle, beheaded by Agrippa, earth, 133. on what pre-
160. · bis doctrine reconciled tences they stirred up perse-
to St. Paul's, 187.
cution against the Chris-
James, St. the Less, the bro tians, 136. curse Christians
ther of our Lord and bishop in their synagogues, 137.
of Jerusalem, 268. his Epi stone those of their nation to
stle general, ibid.
death who become converts
Jannes and Jambres, the ma to Christianity, ibid. unbe-
gicians who withstood Moses, lieving, St. Paul's great ten-
derness for them, 199. why
Idol feasts further explained, at length rejected by God,
200. how to be looked on
Idolatry reckoned a crying sin by the Christians, 199. still
by St. Paul, 232.
obstinate in their old tradi-
Jerusalem, Christ's prophecy . tions, 315.
against it, 78. mixed with Ignatius, bishop of Antioch,
that of the end of the world, his testimony concerning the
ibid. "compared with Jose- order of the clergy, 174.
phus's account of its ruin, Images condemned by St. Paul,
ibid. the apostles preached 218. objections raised there-
first there, 149. first Chris- to by the Papists answered,
tian council there, 215. : 219.
Jesus, why so called, 80.
Impiety of the world at the
Jews, expected the Messiah, at time of Christianity, 132.
the time when Christ came, Incest, St. Paul leaves a person
10. cause of their rebelling suspected thereof to the cen-
against the Romans, ibid. sure of the church, 207.
their mistake about the Mes. Interdiction or prohibition, vow
siah, 11. their condition at thereof explained, 62.
the coming of Christ, 17. Interest, temporal, not affected
strong prejudiees of that peo- by the Christian religion,
ple, 22. reasons for their 120.
hating the Samaritans, 27. John, St. settled the canon of
Christ sent in person only to the New Testament, 3. things
them, 47. how they reckon omitted in his Gospel,' ibid.
time when he wrote it, 5. Judging others forbidden by
the meaning of the be- the Gospel, 102.
ginning of his Gospel,
34. delivered miraculously Kingdom of Christ spiritual,
from death, 165. his first 12. 'of heaven, the different
Epistle general, 278. in- meanings of that expression,
tended to strengthen the 66.
church of Christ, ibid. he Kiss, an expression of mutual
warns them against false pro- kindness, 192. of charity,
phets, 279. passage thereof what it was, ibid.
relating to the Trinity vindi-
cated, 280. why styled the Labourers, hired, the meaning
elder, in his second Epistle, of that parable, 67.
283. lived to be upwards of Laity distinct from the clergy
90 years of age, 284. his in all ages of Christianity,
third Epistle to Gaius, 283. 170. an account of their state
why styled the divine, 287. under the primitive church,
Jonah represented Christ, how, 173.
Law, how fulfilled by Christ,
Joseph a representative of 28. knowledge thereof, why
Christ, how, 7.
necessary to the understand-
Josephus, his account of the ing of the New Testament,
Pharisees and Sadducees, 26. 47. how all are freed from it
flatters Vespasian with the by the coming of Christ,
title of the Messiah, 42. his. 187.
account of the destruction Lazarus, Jews consult how to
of Jerusalem compared with put him to death, 73.
Christ's prophecy, 78. Liberty, permitted under the
Irenæus, St. asserts the divinity Gospel, to be carefully used,
of Christ, 35. his testimony 2 10. Christianity, the true
of church-government, 173. state thereof, 234. exhorta-
Isaac represented Christ, how, tion to the Galatians to stand
7. born by the promise, fast therein, ibid.
meaning thereof, 234. Love of Christ to mankind vi.
Isaiah, the Jews acknowledge sible throughout the Gospel,
his prophecy to be of the 110.
Loving one another the pecu-
Ishmael born after the flesh, liar character of Christians,
Israelites, their errors explained Luke, St. the Evangelist, at-
by St. Paul, by way of ad- tendant on St. Paul, 3. time
monition to the Corinthian when he wrote his Gospel, 4.
- his genealogy of Christ re-
Judas, different histories of his conciled with St. Matthew's,
death reconciled, 144. - 44. author also of the Acts
Jude, surnamed Thaddeus, one of the Apostles, 131.
of the twelve, brother of our Lydia and her household bap-
Lord and St. James, 285. tized, 176.
Macarius the Egyptian, a quo the Herodians, ibid. Ves-
tation from his Homilies, pasian, by Josephus, called
the son of David, 42. why,
Mahomet, the propagation of ibid. Jesus owned as such
his doctrines not miracu by Simeon and Anna, 80.
even Christ's resurrection
Mammon, the meaning of that would not convince the Jews
that he was the true Mes-
Man, how the head of the wo siah, 132. the apostles pro-
man explained by St. Paul, claim Jesus so to be, imme-
diately after his ascension,
Mark, St. an attendant on St. 149. more Jewish mistakes
Peter, 3. time when he about him, 158. the time of
wrote his Gospel, 4. not an his coming expressed some-
abridgment of St. Mat times by the last days, 193.
still expected by the Jews as
Marriage, how sacred, 100. a great temporal prince, 315.
and virginity, St. Paul's opi- Miracles a just proof of the
nion on some questions re- Gospels, 68. none done by
lating to both states, 208. John Baptist, ibid.
Mary, Virgin, where her last Mite of the widow, why so
being mentioned in Scrip- acceptable, 102. .
ture, 144. whether received Moon, her age when Christ
up into heaven, ibid. what suffered, 84.
authors mention her as- Morality no way dispensed
with by the Christian insti-
Mass, directly opposite to the tution, 89. of St. Paul's Epi-
· doctrine of St. Paul, 264. stle to the Romans, 202. of
Matthew, St. time when he his Epistle to the Ephe-
wrote his Gospel, 4.
sians, 236. of his Epistle to
Meekness recoinmended by the the Colossians, 240.
Mortification of the body, an
Melchisedeck represented to early heresy concerning it,
be Christ, how, 7. the na- 184.
ture of his priesthood, 258. Moses, his laws perverted, and
Merchants, how they travel in by whom, 17. his miracles
the east, compared with fall short of Christ's, 69. a
what is said thereof in Scrip high esteem of him mislead
some of the primitive Chris-
Messiah, proofs that he is tians, 185. his ordinances,
come, 7. expected when typical of Christ, 259.
Christ came, 8. mistake of Mysteries, what are and will
the Jews about him, 11. be so, 38. of the kingdom
latter Jews say there are of heaven; why concealed,
to be two, 13. an objec- 64.
tion made by the Jews
concerning him answered, Nature, light of, sufficient to
41. Herod, so called by convince us of a Deity, 202.