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OF

GREEK WORDS

EXPLAINED IN THE PRECEDING WORK.

А
Ayrtos and xxnos, in what respect different. 1 Tim. iii. 1. Jespervizo 1 Cor. x. 20. note 1, 21. note 1. 1 Tim. iv, 1.
note 3,

note 5.
Αθκιμος. . Cor. xiii. 7. note.

Δέησις differs in sense from προσυχη. Εph. vi. 18.
Agentjuos. 1 Thess. iv. 3. note 2.

note 1.
Heb. xii. 14. note 2.

Ausbongs, slanderers. 1 Tim. iii. 11. note 2. Eph. iv. 17.
ASiap-topire and aq Japois differ in their signification. Tit. note,
ii. 7. note.

su Inxen. Heb. ix. 15. note 1.
Ally, the Mosaic dispensation. Rom. xvi. 25. note 3. Avakovin. Eph. iv. 12. note 3. Rom. xii. 7. note.
1 Cor. x. 11. note 3.

Akarokov. Eph. ii. 3. note 2.
Aucoves, the Jews under the Mosaic dispensation. Eph. iii. Adaxn, the thing taught, doctrine. Eph. iv. 11. note 5.
11. note.

Admonend, the act, the office of teaching. 2 Tim. iii. 16.
Alv, the course of one's life. Eph. ii. 2. note 1.

note 3.
- the material fabric of the world. Heb. i. 2. note 4. Asxsos, why Christ is so called. John ii. 1. note 4.
- Æons, eternal beings. Col. ii. 9. note 1,

Artuxos. James i. 8. note 1.
Axtxo. Rom. xvi. 18. note 3,

Acneo, I am certain. 1 Cor. vii. 40. note.
A veceptie, a sin-offering. 2 Cor. v. 21. note 1.

Acxipaço. Rom. i. 28. note 1.
A uaptis and TAPATTHux, in what respect different. Eph. Assun, Soxspeos. Rom. v. 4. note.
ii. 1. note 2.

Axaus, so the chief ministers of kings were called. Rom. i.
Ауапхя. .
1 Thess. iii. 7. note 2.

1. note 1.
Areauer. Philip. i. 23. note 1.

rightly translated in our Bible, a servant. Col. iii.
A125p00n. 1 Tim. iv. 12. note 1.

22. note.
Ανθρωπινον λογα, κατ' ανθρωπον λαλώ. Rom. vi. 19. Aurages. Thess. i. 5. note 1.

note 1.
Avauia. 1 John iii. 4. note 2.

E
AYTEX 65.946 i Thess. v. 14. note 3. Tit. i. 9. note. 'Exutos, used to signify the first, second, and third persons.
Aytin.2 Mbaveheild. Rom. viii. 26. note 1.

Col. iii. 16. note 2.
AYTINUT POV. 1 Tim. ii. 6. note 1.

Eyjuos. Heb. vii. 22. note 1.
ArcaUTFWT45. Eph. i. 7. note 1.

Egauw. Heb. x. 20. note 1.
AYTITUTTOS.
1 Pet. iii. 21. note 2.

Ey xpetur, temperance, what. 2 Pet. i. 6. note 1.
ATup%*. Cor. xv. 20. note 1. James i. 18. note 3.

Edw.cy, idol, what. 1 Cor. viii. 4. note 2.
Αποκυα. . James i. 15. note 3.

Εικα. Heb. x. 1. note 2.
ATOA2M6lvøy. 3 John, ver. 8. note.

Exeves. 1 John iii. 16. note 1,
Aποςασια. . 2 Thess. ii. 3. note 1.

Exxxxwv, whence derived. Eph. iii. 13. note 1.
Αρετη. . 2 Pet. i. 5. note 3.

Exynosiv. 1 Cor. xv. 34. note 1.
App26wv. Eph. i. 14. note 1.

EngX05. Heb. xi. 1. note 3.
AP X26X341 E8014, &c. Eph. i. 21. note 1.

EaryX®, its meanings. Eph. v. 11. note 4.
ApXngos. Heb. ii. 10. note 3.

Enti, persuasion. 2 Cor. iii. 12. note.
Acosta. Tit. ü. 12. note 1.

Εξαγοριζομενοι. . Eph. v. 16. note 1.
Abtrev. Rom. xiv, 21. note.

Egroll, a right. I Cor. ix. 4. note.
Ασπονδοι. . 2 Tim. iii. 3.

Еліеtу. .

i. 10. note 1.
AUTOS SON. Col. ii. 6. note.

E7y2vn. Tit. ii. 11. note 2.
AUTspxns. Phil. iv. 11. note 2.

Επιγνωσις. .

2 Pet. i. 2. note.

ETIX&d. Philip. iv. 5. note 1.
B

ETXPerious, the Christian church. Eph. i. 3. note 2.
B.Com. 2 Pet. i. 19, note 1.

the air. Eph. v. 12. note 6.
Bonnes. Heb. xii. 16. note 2.

ETHUPA. Rom. vii. 7. note 4.
Beos. 1 John iii. 17. note l.

ETITKUTTYYT65. Heb. xii. 13. note 1.
Bacoon perv. Tit. iii. 2. note.

Erixsporgen. 2 Pet. i. 5. note 1.
Briques, I command.

1 Tim. ii. 4. note, and ver. 8. See Euzy Jerages Ful. Rom. i. 15. note.
also 1 Tim. v. 14.

Eugstas. Philip. ii. 8. note 1.
I desire. 2 Pet. iii. 9. note 2.

Evoxnucies. 1 Thess. iv. 12.
I wish. Philip. i. 12.

Exuv, to acknowledge. 1 John ii. 23. note. 1 John v. 12.

note.

2

r

rouueraouevos. Heb. xii. 11. note 2.
ruuvos. 2 Cor. v. 3. note.

2
Znnos, Znaca. 2 Cor. xi. 2. note 1.

Zazper. 2 Tim. ii. 26. note 2.

Neus, meaning. 1 Cor. xiv, 14. note.
Nur, interjection of beseeching. 1 John ii. 28. note 1.
Natoas. Heb. v. 11. note 2.

H

'Huepress, XATUS. 2 Tim. iii. 1. note.

Esger fall. 1 Pet. iv. 4. note 1.
Oduv, to command. 1 Tim. ii. 4. note.
to take pleasure in. Col. ii. 18. note 2.

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Oureos, opgn, different. Eph, iv. 31. note.

Owsrouir. . Eph. i. 10. note 1.

Oixos, a temple. Eph. ii. 19. note 2.
I

Oackanpos. James i. 4. note.
Jaguos. John ii. 2. note 1.

'Ouerbesa i Cor. xv. 33. note.

'Orad, Rom. vi. 13. note 2.
K

Opgm, Jupos, different. Eph. iv. 31. note.
K-SupulTk. I Cor. iv, 13. note 1.

Oppgetth. 1 Tim. ïïi. 1. note 1.
Kexiw, maliciousness. James i. 21. note 1,

Optotolesy2 Tim. ii. 15. note.
Kencs, agafos, in what respect different. 1 Tim. üi. 1.
note 3.

TI
K2ywy. Philip. iii. 6. note.

May88714. Eph. iv. 14. note 3.
Katabian. Eph. i. 4. note 1. Heb. xi. 11. note 2.

Tape@lu. 2 John ver. 9. note.
KTeptusav. 2 Cor. xiii. 9. note. Eph. iv. 12. note 1. Heb. Ilspexonu Juv. 2 Tim. iii. 10. note.
xi. 3. note 2.

Παραπτωμα. See αμαρτια.
Ketup. Rom. ii. 31. note 1

TlaprIran. 2 Tim. i. 12. note 3.
KATUSI. I Tim. ii. 9. note.

Παρακαταθηκη. . 1 Tim. vi. 20. note 1,
K&T&THEREU. Heb. iii. 3. note 2.

IIapexufa. 1 Pet. i. 12. note 4.
Karuppover. Rom. ii. 4. note 1.

IIceptusuos. 1 Cor. xiii. 5. note 1.
Ketigas Merbu. Rom. i. 27. note 1.

IIapproud. Heb. x. 19, note 1.
KEA,BUT . 1 Thess. iv. 16. note 2.

Ilappmonggo ur. i Thess. ii. 2. note 2.
Keves, false. 1 Thess. ii. 1. note 1.

I Telpe Guy, to try. James i. 13. note.
Κεφαλές. .
Heb. x. 7. note 2.

Ilgpagues, trial. James i. 2. note.
Karme. Philem. ver. 6. note 1.

Ilezoi tntes, boasting. 2 Cor. ir. 4. note.
Korwild, its various significations. 1 John i. 3. note 3.

Ilege åureties, a sin-offering. Rom. viii. 3. note %.
See also Eph. iii. 9. note 2.

Migiro1v. Tit. ii. 14. note.
Kpetuv. 2 Thess. ü. 15. note 1.

11:51s, fidelity. 1 Tim. v, 12. note.
Kpsud, a judicial sentence especially of condemnation. Ilusas, a believer. Gal. iii. 9. note.
Rom. ii. 2. note 1.

true. Tit. i. 9, note.
punishment the effect of condemnation. 1 Cor. Iliseuapeals, I am intrusted. 2 Tim. iii. 14. note.
xi. 29. note 1.

Tlakoya, more in number. Heb. xi. 4. note 2.
Ku spragas. 1 Cor. xii. 28. note 4.

SLABOY EXTHY. 2 Cor. ii. 11. note 1.

Πλεονεκτης. . 1 Cor. v. 11. note 2.
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IIacore[s. Eph. iv. 19. note 2. v. 3. note 1. 1 Thess. ii. 5.
AUT8784. 2 Cor. ix. 12. note,

note.
A712. Rom. iii. 2. note 2. Heb. v. 12. note.

Ilangns, itingoa, Tungepecho

Rom. xi. 12. note. Col. ii. 9.
Aorov. Philip. iii. 1. note 1.

note 1.
Autpov. 1 Tim. ii. 6, note I.

Ilangopogio. 1 Thess. i. 5. note 3.
a bath. Eph. v. 26. note 1.

IIyou, foxen, different. Philip. ii. 20. note 1.

Ilewy, to appoint. Heb. iii. 2. note 1.
M

to work. 1 John iii. 4. note 1.
MATULACJI. Tit. i. 10. note 1

Ilows. Tit. i. 5. note 2.
Matados, false. James i. 26. note. Tit. iii. 9.

Tongs, ós, all mankind. 1 Cor. x. 17. note 2.
foolish. Eph. iv. 17. note.

Iloongos, the devil. Eph. vi. 16. note 2.
M&TUTHS, falsehood. 2 Pet. ii. 18. note 1

Togrul. 1 Cor. v. 1. note 1.
Mehedalt. Eph. iv, 14. note 4.

Meczeggse je pevce. Jude, ver. 4. note 3.
Metuerv. 1 Cor. xi. 21. note 2.

II gateTis. Eph. iii. 11. note.
MEJUTKOPAR, ustvo. 1 Thess. v. 7. note.

ligo sausyol. 1 Tim. v. 17. note 2.
Mowa. Rom. vi. 13. note 1.

Ilgos sav. Eph. i. 5. note 1.
Møpes (ex). 1 Cor. xi. 18. note 3.

Tigcorpogeutus, saluted. Heb. v. 10. note.
Μεταμέλεια, Μετανοια. 2 Cor. vii. 10. note 1.

Ilgcoagugn. Eph. ii. 18. note.
Mn, without the negative particle, nonne. Rom. iii. 3. MIESTUOTTEV. Rom. xiv. 21. note.
note.

II gcownoantro. Rom. ii. 11. note. 1 Pet. i. 17. note 1.
Mso Jardcoca, punishment. Heb. xi. 26. note 2.

TIEWTOTEKOS. Heb. i. 6. note 2.
Morogerus, appropriated to the Son of God, its import.
1 John iv. 9. note.

P
Musapsoy, Musns, Pref. to Eph. sect. vii. paragraph 8. Pared, a command. Heb. i. 3. note 3.
Mua Tajev. 2 Pet. i. 9. note 2.

Putegia, James i. 21. note 1.
Maegunez eu. Eph. v. 4. note 1.

filthiness, moral, what. Rom. vi. 19, note 2.

James i. 21. note 1.
N
Νεκρυτον. . 1 Tim. ii. 6. note l.

Σ
Nnpay. 1 Tim. iii. 2. note 2. 1 Pet. iv. 7. note 3.

Escalo ud. Rom. i. 25. note 2.
Nousco. 1 Cor. vii. 26. note 1.

Leuvos. 1 Tim. iii. 8. note.
Neutroid. Tit. ii. 10. note 2.

Exerfaretur. Rom. xiv. 21. note.

Exsues, the human body. 1 Thess. iv, 4. note 1.

TUTOS. Rom. vi. 17. note. 1 Tim. i. 16. note 2. 1 Pet. iii.
xix. Heb. x. I. note 2.

21. note 2.
Exotos. Philip. iii. 14. note 1.

Tupos Tuprofal. Tim. iii. 6. note 2.
Eraturaa. James v. 5, note 2.
ETCX84. 2 Pet. iii. 10. note 6

T
Στολή. . 1 Tim. ii. note.

Tooteold. Rom. viii. 23. note 3. Eph. i. 5. note 2.
Luz xorOVW. Eph. v. 11. note 1.

Tuvo. Eph. v. 19. note 1.
Euvisayav, to establish. 2 Cor. vi. 4. note.

TTT sebespuv. 1 Thess. iv. 6. note 1.
Eway. Heb. v. 7. note 5.

TOSHOIS. Heb. i. 3. note 2. 1 John ii. 28. note 2.
EQUITA, slaves. Heb. x. 5. note 2.

Υποτυπωσις. 1 Tim. i. 16. note 2.
Ewingir, a temporal deliverance. Philip. i. 19. note rayoncogovur. 1 Tim. vi. 17. note 2.
Ewegovery. 1 Pet. iv. 7. note 2.

Tit. ii. 12. note 3.
Lapguvuša, to persuade. Tit. ii. 4. note.

Davegou. 1 Pet. i. 7. note 2.
Luogovituos. 2 Tim. i. 7. note 2.

ploga. Col. ïi. 22. note 1.
Iwogar. Tim. iii. 2. note 3. from cos, ows, sound, and gover, ogives. Philip. ii. 2. note 2.

gevaaatod. Tit. i. 10. note 2.

ogny, mind.

T

X
Ταπεινωσις. . James i, 10. note 1.

Xogtos. 1 Pet. i. 24. note.
Texvid. 1 John ii. 1. note 1.

Xenpeatusu. Heb. viii. 5. note 3.
T1486 Fold, to be completely rewarded. Philip. iii. 12. Xenses, X8H5Omns. Gal. v. 22. note 2.

note 2.
TELUCTUS, TEAUWTIS, &c. Heb. v. 9. note 1. vi. 1. note 2.
Tenos, end, issue of a thing, reward. Rom. vi. 21. Yoapeals. Eph. v. 19. note 1.
note.

yoga and arouped, different. Philip. ü. 20. note 1.
TIXTO. James i. 15, note 3.
Tipin, maintenance. 1 Tim. v. 17. note 3.
Tgupuu. James vi. 5. note 1,

ndas TIW MATOKES. Eph. v. 19. note 1.

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INDEX

OF THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THE

PRECEDING WORK.

Abide in Christ, and be in Christ, what, 1 John ii. 5. Apostles, the scene appointed to them to exercise their

note 3. and ver. 6. note 1. and chap. iv, 15. note 2. ministry in, 2 Cor. x. 13. note 3.
Abraham's faith, wherein it consisted, Rom. iv. 3. note

of an inferior order, Rom. xvi. 7. note 4.
1. ver. 17. note 3.

Apostolical benediction, 1 Thess. v. 28. note.
Absolution from a priest not necessary, James v. 16.

epistles, why all written in the Greek lan-
note 2.

guage, Pref. to the Hebrews, sect. 2. paragraph 3.
Adoption, Rom. viii. 23. note 3. Eph. i. 5. note 2.

from the end.
Adultery, the evil consequences thereof, Gal. v. 19. note. Armour, complete, of the ancients, Eph. vi. 17. note 2.
Æons, Col. ii. 9. note 1.

Atonements, Levitical, their efficacy described, Heb. ix.
A Mictions, God is to be thanked for them, Philip. iv. 6. 13. note, also ver. 22. note 2.
note.

Augustine's account of the heresies in the latter end of
Allegory, what, Gal. iv. 24. note 1. Eph. v. 32. note. the first age, James, Pref. sect. 4. paragraph 3.
Ess. v. initio, Ess, viii. sect. 3.

Authenticity of ancient writings, how established, Pref.
-no ancient scripture history to be considered to 1 John, sect. 2. initio.
as an allegory but those which God himself or persons Balaam's character and conduct described, 2 Pet. ü. 15.
inspired, have interpreted allegorically. Gal. iv. 24. note 3.
note 1.

Baptism of Christ, its nature, Rom. vi. 4. note 1.
Alterations, small, in the translation of the Scriptures, to be administered to infants, Rom. iv. 11. note

which make a great change in the sense, examples of, 1. 1 Pet. iii. 21. note 3.
Gen. Pref.

an emblematical rite, 1 Cor. xv. 29. note.
found in the new translation, account of, Ess. called the bath of regeneration, and why, Tit. ii.
iv.

5. note 2.
Amen, its signification and use, Eph. vi. 24. nole 2. when baptized persons came out of the water
2 Pet. ïïi. 18. note 2.

they put on clean clothes, and why, Gal. iii. 27. note.
Anabaptists confuted, 1 Pet. i. 21. note 3.

Barnabas, in what sense an apostle, Rom. xvi. 7. note 4.
Anathema, 1 Cor. xvi. 22. note.

Gal. ii. 9. note 2.
Ancient facts mentioned in the New Testament which Basilides, his heresy, Pref. to 2 John, sect. 3.

are not recorded in the Old, Pref. to Jude, sect 2. Bear sins, or iniquity, what, 1 Pet. ii. 24. note 1.
No. 2.

Beasts, sacrifices of, cannot take away sin, and why,
Anger, in what cases allowable, Eph. iv, 26. note 1.

Heb. ix. 22. note 2.
Angels, the law spoken by angels, Heb. ii. 2. note 2.

the purpose for which they were appointed, ibid.
Antichrist, who, i John ii. 18. note 2.

and chap. x. View, paragraph 3.
Antitype, 1 Pet. iii. 21. note 2.

Believers, their faith and works must be according to the
Apocryphal writings quoted in the Acts and Epistles, circumstances in which they are placed, Rom. iv, 16.
Jude, Pref. sect. 2. No. 2.

note 1.
Apostles sent their epistles to the presidents of the Binding and loosing, power of, bestowed on the apostles,

churches to which they were inscribed, to be read pub how to be understood, Pref. to 1 Tim. sect. 5, para-
licly to all the brethren, 3 John, ver. 9. note 1.

graph 10.
directed their epistles, not to the bishops, but Bishops, how they came to be raised above presbyters,
to the saints and faithful brethren, and why, Philip. i. Tit. i. 5. note 3.
1. note 3.

early assumed the whole power of ruling their
use the words of scripture without intending own churches, 1 Tim. v. 17. note 4.
to quote them, Heb. xii. 15. note 3.

Bitterness denotes gross sin, Heb. xii. 15. note 2.
by common consent allotted to each other Blessing of the nations in Abraham's seed, interpreted by
their several offices, Pref. to James, sect. 1. paragraph the Jews of the conversion of the nations to Judaism,
3. from the end.

Pref. to Rom. sect. 2. paragraph 1.
of different kinds, Rom. i. 1. note 2. xvi. 7. Blessings procured through the ministrations of Christ
note 4.

in the heavenly tabernacle, of which the law contained
their commission, Ess. i.

only a shadow, Heb. x. 1. note 2.
their inspiration. Ess. i. 2 Cor. ii. 13. note 1.

promised to Abraham's natural seed, made
the power of conferring the spiritual gifts was types of the blessings promised to his spiritual seed,
peculiar to them, 1 Cor. xii. 10. note i.

and why, Rom. ix. 8. note.
false, permitted to arise in the first age, and Body of Christ, the opinion of the ancient heretics con-
why, 2 Tim. Pref. sect. 4. paragraph 2.

cerning it, Rom. i. 3. note 2. Pref. to 1 John, sect.
in speaking of their future actions, declare 3.
only their own resolutions concerning these actions, of Christ, why the church is so called, Eph. i. 23
Rom. xv. 24. note I.

note 1.
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and men,

Body, all the disciples of Christ represented as one body, Christ, the import of the name, 1 Cor. i. 23. note.
and why, 1 Thess. iv. 15. note 1. at the end.

every thing that happened to him is said in
Books of scripture carefully examined by the ancient scripture to have happened to believers, Rom. vii. 4.

Christians before they were admitted into the Canon, note 2.
Pref. to 2 Pet. 1. paragraph 2.

his ousness is not said in scripture to be
Born again of water what, i Pet. iii. 21. note 2.

imputed to believers, Rom. iv. 3. note 2. v. 16. note 3.
Bought, in what sense God is said to have bought wick his priesthood, in what respect different from the
ed men, 2 Pet. ii. 1. note 3.

Levitical, Heb. vii. 11. note 3.
Brawlings, what, 2 Cor. xii. 20. note 1.

To confess Christ, incumbent especially on the
Brevity of human life, descriptions of, James iv. 14. disciples in the first age, 1 Cor. iii. 35. note; vii. 35.
note.

note. Rom. x, 10. note 2.
Brother, sister, appellations given by the first Christians the sole lawgiver in the Christian church, James
to each other, how founded, Rom. xvi. 1. note 2.

iv, 12. note 1.
sometimes signifies one who employed himself in appointed to be the head of the church, and what
preaching the gospel, 1 Cor. xvi. 20. note.

benefits men derive from that appointment, Col. i. 18.
Build up, 1 Cor. viii. 1. note 3. ver 10. note 2.

note 1,
Cæsarea described, Paul's Life.

baptized, and why, Col. ii. 21. note 1.
To Call, in the prophetic writings, signifies to make a

sufferings from reproach, 1 Pet. ii. 23. note.
thing what it is called, Rom. ix. 25. note 1. Heb. ix. Christian religion did not spread itself in a clandestine,
18. note.

but in the most open manner, Pref. to Rom. sect. 1. last
Canaan,

why that country was made an emblem of hea paragraph.
ven, Rom. iv. 13. note 3. Rom. ix. 8. note.

Christians, first, their vices considered, 1 Thess. Pref. sect.
Canon of scripture, the ancient Christians did not admit 3. paragraph 7.

any books into the Canon till after an accurate exami- Church of which Christ is the head, consists of angels
nation, Pref. to 2 Pet. sect. 1. paragraph 2.

Eph. i. 22. note 2.
Carpocratians, who, Pref. to Colossians, sect. 2. paragraph in such a person's house, what, Rom. xvi. 5.
3. from the end.

note 1.
Catamites, I Cor. vi. 9. note 2.

Circumcision, its literal meaning, Phil. iii. 2. note 3.
Catholic Epistles, what, Pref. to James, first paragraph. James i. 21. note 2.

with what view written, Pref. to James, Clergy, whence named, 1 Pet. v. 3. note 2.
sect. 4. paragraph 3.

Clothes, the dispositions of the mind compared to, and
Celibacy not binding on the clergy, 1 Cor. vii. 35. note. why, Eph. iv. 24. note.

not a more holy state than wedlock, 1 Tim. v. Collections for the saints in Judea, for what end proposed
14. note.

by St. Paul, 2 Cor. ix. 14. note.
Cerinthian heresy, 1 John, Pref. sect. 3. paragraph 3. Colosse described, Pref. to Col. sect. 1.
Charity, works of, in what order to be performed, Gal. Condemn, sometimes signifies to furnish matter of con-
vi. 10. note. 1 Tim. v. 4. note.

demnation, Heb. xi. 7. note 4.
Chastity not held in any esteem by the philosophers, Confession different from profession, Rom. x. 10. note 2.
Rom. i. 27, note 1.

auricular, to priests not necessary to pardon,
Children to be early taught the principles of religion, James v. 16. note 1.

and made acquainted with the scriptures. 2 Tim. ii. Confessing Christ in time of persecution absolutely ne-
15. note.

cessary, 1 Cor. iii. 35. note.
in what sense used by the Hebrews, Eph. v. 8. Conscience, the forcing of the conscience of others, by
note.

pains and penalties, condemned, Rom. xiv. Illustr. par.
Christ's dying for all, how to be understood, 2 Cor. v. 15. penult. and ultr.
note 2.

not subject to the decisions of men, James
the meaning of the name, Heb. i. 9. note.

iv. 12. note 1.
was absolutely free from sin, 1 Pet. ii. 12. note. Contentment with our present condition inculcated, Heb.
is the Son of God, Heb. i. 5. note 1.

xiii. 5. note 2.
offered the sacrifice of himself in heaven, and Conversation, what, 1 Tim. iv. 12. note 1.
how, Heb. viii. 5. note 5.

Conversion of the world, a proof of the divine commis-
the efficacy of his death, as a sacrifice for sin, sion by which the first preachers of the gospel acted,
reaches backwards to the beginning of the world, and and of the truth of the miracles said to be done by
forwards to the end of time, Heb. ix. 26. note 1.

them, 2 Cor. iv. 7. notes 1, 2, 3.
intercession, what, Rom. viii. 34. note 3. Heb. vii. Corinth described, Life of Paul.
25. note.

Corrupt teachers and false apostles permitted to arise in
baptism, its nature, Rom. vi. 4. note 1.

the first age for a wise purpose, 2 Tim. Pref. sect. 4.
what it is to be in him, 1 John ii. 5. note 3. See paragraph 2.
Abide in Christ.

Cosmogony of the ancient heretics, Pref. to Coloss.
put on Christ, Gal. iii. 27. note.

sect. 2.
revelation of, what, 1 Pet. i. 7. note 2.

Council of Jerusalem, what, and why termed a council,
resurrection, to prove its truth it was not neces Pref. to Galatians, sect. 4. last paragraph.
sary that he should show himself alive to any but his Covenant of grace, all Adam's posterity without excep-
disciples, Rom. x. 8. note 2.

tion placed under the new covenant, Ess. v. sect. 6.
his resurrection ascribed not only to the Spirit No. 2. Rom. v, 19. note 2. Gal. iii. 13. note 1.
but also to the Father, and even to himself, 1 Pet. iii.

first and second, what, Heb. viii. 7. note 2.
18. note 2.

Sinaitic, in what respect it became old or use
died for all, in what sense, 2 Cor. v. 15. note 1. less, Heb. viii. 13. note.
the kingdom of, according to the notions of the

anciently made by sacrifice, Heb. ix. 16. note
Jews, Heb. ii. View, paragraph 3.

1. and ver. 19. note 5.
its true nature, ibid. at the end. Cover sin, what, James v. 20. note 2.
bought mankind off from the curse of the law at Covetous man described, Eph. v. 6. note 2.
the fall, Gal. iii. 13. note 1,

Creature, now, what, 2 Cor. v. 17. noter 1, 2.

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