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Mishna of the jews, a rule of

R.
good breeding taken from it
by Dr. Edwards, 194 REASON, the insufficiency of
Moral law, established by the it without revelation, 135, 157
gospel,

122 Redemption, the doctrine of it
how fulfilled and confirm founded upon the supposition
ed by our Saviour,

of Adam's fall,

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Morality of the gospel, the most

what it restores men
excellent, 138-140, 143 to,

9
Mysteries, the author vindicated Resurrection of Christ, the ne-

from the charge of deriding cessity of believing it, 9
them,

378

the belief of it put for

believing him to be the Mes-
N.
siah,

340

Revelation, the necessity of it,
NAME of Christ, believing in to direct us to heaven, 135, 157

it signifies his being the Mes- Righteousness, whence faith is
siah,
44 counted for it,

111, 112

what attaining to the
0.
law of righteousness signifies,

235
OBEDIENCE, sincere, a ne-
cessary condition of the gos-

S.
pel,

114, &c.
Occasional paper, reply to seve- SATISFACTION of Christ,

ral things therein, 420 why not directly insisted on in
One article, how arguing from " the Reasonableness of Chris-
one to none, might be used tianity,”

163, 164
by a pagan,

305

the omission of it, no
Vid. Article, Faith, and Fun proof of the author's being a
damental.

socinian,

270, &c.
Orthodoxy, when a pretence to

it is hard for one who
it is ridiculous,

376 reads the scripture with atten-
tion to deny it,

418
Scriptures, not absolutely neces-
P.

sary to know and believe all

things contained therein, 156
PARABLES, why Christ used

necessary to believe
them in speaking of his king all which we know to be taught
dom,
44 in them,

ibid.
Παρρησία, the meaning of this

in essentials, speaks to
Greek word,

73 the meanest capacity, 157, &c.
Patrick, bishop, his notion of

we should learn our
christianity,

179 religion out of them, 29+
Paul, the apostle, the general

the mischief of making
drift of his preaching, 124 them chime with our previous
Pilate could not find our Saviour notions,

294-297
guilty of treason, though he

all things therein ne-
was charged with it, 77-80

cessary to be believed, when
Priest, Jesus never assumed this understood,

353, 354
character,

113 Self-conceitedness, worse than
folly,

384

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Socinianism, « The Reasonable-

T.
ness of Christianity” unjustly

charged with it, 162, &c. TIBERIUS, the Roman empe-
Socinians, the author charged ror, a very jealous prince, '81

with being one, 359, &c. Tillotson, (archbishop,) how he
Son of God, a man's understand understood the phrase Son of
ing this phrase, as some soci God,

362
nians do, no proof of his being Truths, several useful, yet not
one,

361, &c. necessary to salvation, 227,&c.
signifies the same with
Messiah,

366, &c.
of God, the confession of

U.
the eunuch (Acts viii.) no

proof to the contrary, 371,&c. UNITARIANS, Dr. Edwards's
Systems, not hated by the au witty remark upon that word,
thor, who only complains of

200
the abuse of them, 377

END OF THE SIXTH VOLUME.

C. Baldwin, Printer,
New Bridge-street, London.

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