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Criticisms, strained, examples of, from Beza's notes, not to the bishops and elders, and why, Philip. i. 1
Gen. Pref.

note 3.
Crying, what, in scripture, Rom. viii. note 2.

Eusebius, his catalogue of the books of the New Testa-
Curse of the law, what, Gal. iii. 10. note 2.

ment, Pref. to the epistle of James, sect. 2. paragr. 2.
the Gentiles bought off from it, Gal. iii. 13. note 1.

his account of the epistle of James, Pref. to
Darkness in scripture signifies extreme ignorance of reli James, sect. 2. ib.
gion, such as the heathens lived in, Rom. xiii. 12.

his account of the epistles of Peter, Pref. to
note 1.

1 Pet. sect. 2. paragraph 2.
Days, latter days, latter times, last days, 2 Tim. iii. 1. Exhorter, who, Rom. xii. 8. note 1.

Expiation, nature of the expiation made by the high-
Deaconness, her office, Rom. xvi. 1. note 3.

priest on the 10th of the 7th month, Heb. ix. 22. note
Dead, metaphorically, what, 1 Tim. v. 6. note 2.

2. and ver. 23. note l.
Demons, 1 Cor. x. 20. note 1. 1 Tim. iv. 1. note 5. Expressions, the sarne, or nearly the same used by Paul
Devil, the description given in scripture of his power in in a different meaning, in different epistles, Pref. to
our world, 1 John v, 19. note 2.

Col. sect. 3. sub fin.
called the old serpent, because he deceived Eve in Face of God, what, 1 Pet. ii. 12. note. 2 Pet. i. 17.
the form of a serpent, or spake out of the body of a note 2.
serpent, 2 Cor. xi. 3. note 1.

Facts, ancient, not recorded in the Old Testament, re-
what his sin was for which he was cast out of hea. ferred to by the writers of the New, Pref. to Jude, sect.
ven, 1 Tim. iii. 6. note 3.

2. No. 2. paragr. 2.
why called the tempter, James i. 13. note.

Faith hath for its objects the truths of natural religion as
Devils, where confined, Eph. ii. 2. note 2.

well as of revealed, Heb. xi. 6. note 2.
Diana, temple of, described, Eph. iii. 18. note.

by which men are justified, what, Rom. iii. 28.
Disciples in the first age made themselves known to note 1. Ess. vi, sect. 3.

strangers by declaring their faith, 2 John, ver. 10. what Abraham's faith was, which was counted to
note 2.

him for righteousness, Rom. iv. 3. note 1.
Discipline, what discipline Christ hath established in his law of faith signifies the gospel, Rom. iii. 27.
church, 2 Thess. iii. 14. note 2.

note 4.
wholesome, instituted by Christ in his church, the necessity of growing in faith, 2 Thess. i. 3.
1 Cor. v. View, at the end. The same taken up by note.
gamesters, ibid.

is not called our righteousness, but it is only said to
Diseases removed in the first age by the prayers of the be counted for righteousness, Gal. iii. 6. note 2.

spiritual men, and why, 1 John v. Illustr. last para and salvation, why called common, Jude, ver. 3.

Dispensation, what, Eph. i. 10. note 1.

Fanatics, modern, their pretensions to inspiration con-
Distributer, Metadors, who, Rom. xii. 8. note 2.

futed, 1 John ii. 27. note.
Diversions, though innocent, not to be too much pursued, Father, the reason why God is called the common Father
2 Tim. ii. 22. note 2.

of believers, Col. i. 2. note 2.
Docetæ, who, 1 John, Pref. sect. 3. paragraph 2. Fellowship, Christian, what, 1 John i. 3. note 3.
Doctrine, sound or wholesome, Tit. i. 1. note,

Female deacons and presbyters, who, Rom. xvi. 1. note
Doctrines of the gospel should be expressed in the lan 3.
guage of scripture, 2 Tim. i, 13. note 2.

Fielding, a passage of his, in which the efficacy of the
Doddridge's remark on sermons composed in a style gospel to fortify men against the fear of death is

above the capacity of the common people, 1 Cor. xiv. praised, Philip. i. 23. note 2.
20. note 2.

First-born, in what sense the Israelites were called God's
A Door, used by the Hebrews to signify a good opportu first-born, Heb. xii. 23. note 2.
nity, 1 Cor. xvi. 9. note, Col. iv. 3. note 2.

his rights, Heb. xii. 16. note 4.
Draw nigh to God, what, James iv. 8. note 1.

First and second covenants, what, Heb. viii. 7. note 2.
Dress ought to be suitable to one's rank and fortune, 1 First-fruits, what, 1 Cor. xv. 20. note 1.
Tim. ii. 9. note.

Flesh, different significations of, Rom. i. 3. note 2.
Dwell, dwelling in, what, Rom. vii. 17. note 2. Eph. iii. what is meant by being in the flesh, Rom. vii. 5.
17. note 1.

Earnest of the Spirit, what, 2 Cor. i. 22. note 2. Eph. i. why the law of Moses is called the flesh, Gal. iii. 3.
14. note 1.

note, and Ess. iv. No. 43.
Ebionites, who, 1 John, Pref. sect. 3. paragraph 3. The Foreknowledge ascribed to God in different senses,

primitive church of Jerusalem not Ebionites. ibid. Rom. viii. 29. no 1.
paragraph 4.

Fornication, Negrur, in scripture, comprehends all sorts of
Edify, edification, what, Rom. xiv. 19. note. 1 Cor. viii. uncleanness, 1 Cor. v. 1. note 1.
10. note 2.

Future state made known to the Jews, Heb. iv. View.
Ellipsis in the original, how supplied in the new transla. Glorify, Rom. i. 21. note 2.
tion, Gen. Pref. note 2.

Glory, what, Rom. i. 23. note 1.
Elders of the Christian Church, who, i Tim. v. 17. of the Lord which appeared to the patriarchs, 2
note 1.

Pet. i. 17. note 2.
and deacons ordained by Paul in all the churches Gnostics, who, 1 John, Pref. sect. 3. penult paragraph,
which he planted, 1 Tim. v. 17. note 1.

Pref. to Col. sect. 2. paragraph 7.
Eldership anciently consisted of three orders, 1 Thess. v. God, sons of, who, Gal. iii. 26. note.
12. note.

that God dwells, or manifests his presence to the
Elected, election, 1 Thess. i. 4. note 2.

angelical hosts, in a particular part of the universe,
Elements, what, 2 Pet. iii. 10. note 6.

believed by all nations, Heb. ix. 5. note.
Ephesus described, Paul's Life.

face of, what, 1 Pet. iii. 12. note. 2 Pet. i. 17.
Epistles of the apostles inscribed to the churches, and note 2.

God, living, the import of this epithet, Heb. x. 31. note. of great use in converting the heathens, 1 Pet. iii. 15.
Good works, what, Tit. iii. 8. note 2.

Gospel fortifies mankind more effectually against the Hope, the power of hope described, 1 Pet. iii. 15. note 2.
fear of death than philosophy, Philip. i. 23. note 2. from Spectator.

in what respects the gospel is denominated a per- Hospitality of the ancient bishops, what, 1 Tim. iii. 2
fect law, James i. 25. note 3.

note 5,
Gospel ministry of divine appointment, and of great use Husbands, their authority over their wives and families
to the world, 2 Tim. ii. 2. note 2.

Eph. v. 22. note.
Grace, Xages, signifies the supernatural gifts whereby the Idol, what, 1 Cor. vii. 4. note 2.
apostles were fitted for their office, Rom. i. 5. note 1. Idolatry, the evil of it, Rom. i. 23. note 3.

signifies an office or function, Eph. iv. 7. note. Jerusalem, new, heavenly, holy Jerusalem, what and of

in scripture, sometimes signifies the apostolic of what kind its pleasures, Heb. xii. 22, note 2.
fice, Rom. i. 5. note 1.

Jesus an High-priest for ever, in what sense, Heb. vi. 20.
and law, in what respects they differ, Rom. vi. note 2.
14. note 2.

not the surety of the new covenant in the common
Greek, the most proper language in which the books of sense of the word, Heb. vii. 22. note 1.

the New Testament could be written, Pref. to He- Jewish privileges types of the Christian, Rom. ix. 4.
brews, sect. 2. paragraph 3. from the end.

note 1.
New Testament, an account of the various printed Jews and Gentiles, their union proposed by Paul in his
editions thereof, Gen. Pref.

making collections for the saints in Judea among the
Greeks and Jews, in the writings of the Hebrews, com Gentile churches, 2 Cor. ix. 14. note.
prehend all mankind, Rom. i. 16. note 3.

and Greeks, comprehend all mankind, Rom. i. 16.
their national manners in the treatment of note 3.
Rom. xvi. 1. note 3.

often chose some particular precept of the law, and
Have or hold (EXwy), what, 1 John ii. 23. note.

placed the whole of religion in the keeping of it, James
Head of the church, the benefits which believers derive ii. 10. note 2.

from Christ's being made the head of the church, Col. their preservation as a nation necessary to the esta-
i. 18. note 1.

blishment of the gospel, Rom. ix. 23. note 2.
Heart sometimes signifies the affections, sometimes the un have been preserved in their dispersion to bear wit-
derstanding, Rom. i. 21. note 5. 1 Pet. iii. 4. note 1. ness to the genuineness of their own scriptures, Rom. xi.
to harden the, Heb. iii. 8. note l.

15. note 1.
Heathens, salvation of, Illustrat. prefixed to Rom. ii. an. their rejection necessary to the reception of the

swer to Objection 1st, 2d, 3d ; and Illustrat. Rom. v. Gentiles into the church, of God, Rom. xi. 11, note 2.
Remark 4.

the obligations which Christians are under to them,
Heaven, 1st, 2d, 3d, 2 Cor. xii. note 5.

Rom. xi. 18. note 1.
its joys described, Heb. xii. 18. note, ver. 24. Infallibility in doctrine belongs neither to the bishops_nor
note 2.

to the church of Rome, nor to general councils, Pref
the happiness of the righteous there will arise to 1 Tim. sect. 5. No. 1, 2.
from the nature of the place, Heb. xii. 22. note 2. Infants are to be baptized, Rom. iv. 11. note 1,

the employments of the righteous in heaven, Iniquity, to bear, what, 1 Pet. ii. 21. note 1.
what, Heb. xii. 24. note 2.

- to bear it, what, 1 Pet. ii. 24. note 1.
Heavenly country, a material habitation, Heb. xii. 22. Inns not used in the east, 1 Cor. ix. 5. note 1. Rom. xii.
note 2.

8, note 5.
places, denotes the Christian church, Eph. i. 3. Inspiration of the Jewish Scriptures, 2 Tim. iii. 16.
note 2.

note 4.
regions, denotes the air, Eph. vi. 12. note 6.

of the apostles, what, 1 Cor. ii. 13. note 1.
Heavens signifies the atmosphere of air, 2 Pet. ii. 5. Intercession of Christ, what, Rom. viii. 34. note 3. Heb.
note 1.

vii. 25. note.
Hebrews, who, Philip. iii. 5. note 2.

different from the intercession of men for
Hellenists, who, Philip. iii. 5. note 2.

each other, 1 Tim. ii. 5. note 3.
Heresies, heretic, Gal. v. 20. note 5. Tit. iii. 10. note 1. Israelites, a concise history of their journeyings, and va-
2 Pet. ii. 1. note 2.

rious provocations of God in the wilderness, Heb. iii. 8.
Heretics, the method in which, according to the gospel, note 2.
they are to be treated, Tit. iii. 10. note 1.

Joint heirs with Christ, what, 1 John iii. 2. note 2.
Hierapolis described, Col. iv. 13. note.

Judaizing teachers, the controversy with, hath a new form
High-priests, Jewish, their ministration in the tabernacle in the different epistles of St. Paul, Philip. iii. Illus-

an emblem of Christ's ministration in heaven, Heb.
ix. 24. note 2.

Judge, to, signifies to rule, Col. ii. 16. note 1.
Holiness, what, Heb. xii. 14. note 3.

Justification, how treated of in the epistles to the Ro-
necessary to qualify us for the enjoyments and mans, and to the Galatians, Pref. to Gal. sect. 3. para-
employments of heaven, Heb. xii. 41. note 3.

graph 5.
Holy Ghost, what the pouring out of the Holy Ghost

by works of law, means a meritorious justi-
means, Tit. üi. 6. note.

fication : But justification by faith is a gratuitous jus-
renewing of the Holy Ghost, what, Tit. iii. tification, Rom. ii. 13. note 2.
5. note 3.

Justified, justification, what, Rom. ii. 13. note 2. Ess. vi.
the expression, Acts xv. 28. It seemell good paragraph 2.
to the Holy Ghost and to us, how to be understood,

faith hath no greater influence in man's justifica-
Gal. ii, 2. note 1.

tion than works, Rom. iii. 28. note 2.
Honour signifies maintenance, 1 Tim. v. 17. note 3. Keys of the kingdom of heaven promised to Peter, what,
Hope ; the declaration which in the first age the Chris No. 1. 3. Pref. to Tim. sect. 5.

tians made of their hope of resurrection to eternal life, Kiss, holy, and of love, what, Rom. xvi. 16. note 1,


Labour. Every person is obliged to labour for the good Ministers of the gospel are not to engage themselves deep-

of society, either with his body or with his mind. 2 ly in secular affairs, 2 Tim. ü. 4. note.
Thess. iii. 10. note.

have a right to maintenance from
Labourers in the apostolical writings signify ministers or their people, 1 Cor. ix. 4. note. 2 Thess. iii. 9. note 1.
preachers, 2 Cor. xi. 13. note 2. 3 John, Pref. sect. 3.

how fitted for their work, Eph. iv.
Laodicea described, Col. ii. 1. note 1.

12. note 2.
Col. ï. 1. note 3.

their duty, 2 Tim. iii. 17. note, at
Latin words adopted by the Greeks, Col. iv. 11. note 1. the end.
Law, different senses of, Rom. ii. 12. note 1.

an order of men divinely institut-
and grace, in what respects they differ. Rom. iv. 14. ed, and of great use in the world, 2 Tim. ii. 2. note 2.
note 2.

- an uninterrupted succession in the
of faith, &c. Rom. viii. 4. note.

ministry not necessary to render it valid, ibid.
of liberty, what, James i. 25. note 3.

Ministry, what, Rom. xii. 7. note.
of liberty. The gospel is so called, and why, James Morality, precepts of, not binding on Christians because
i. 25. note 3.

they were delivered to the Jews in the law of Moses,
of Moses, & republication of the law of works un Pref. to Gal. sect. 4. No. 4, fine. Col. ii. 14. note 5. ver.
der which Adam fell, Heb. viii. 7. note 2.

16. note 5.
what blessings were typified by its ser- Moses, the of, properly a mere political institution,
vices, Heb. x, 1. note 2.

Gal. iii. 10. note 2.
its weakness in reforming the Israelites, justly termed a yoke of bondage, Gal. iv. 24.
Heb. vii. 18. note 1.

note 2.
Letters. The apostles sent their letters to the churches in what respect the same with the law under

to the bishops and elders, to be by them read to the which our first parents fell, Gal. iii. 10. note 2.
people, 3 John 9. note 1. Philip. i. 1. note 3.

the imperfections of the law of Moses, Gal. iv. 3.
Levitical atonements, their effect, Heb. ix. 13. note, also note.

Heb. viii. 7. note 2.
ver. 22. note 2.

the law of, wholly abolished by Christ, Eph. ii.
Life, book of, Philip. iv. 3. note 4.

15. note 4. Col. ii. 14. note 5. Pref. to Gal. sect. 4.
Light, in scripture, signifies knowledge and virtue ; dark No. 5. at the end.
ness, vice, and ignorance, 1 John i. 5. note 3.

abolition of the law of, and the rejection of it,
signifies the gospel, Col. i. 12. note 2. Rom. xiii. necessary to make room for the gospel, Rom. xi. 11.
12. note 1.

note 2.
is often put for knowledge, Rom. xiii. 12. note 1. Mothers to teach their children religion early, 1 Tim. i.
where sons of light and of the day, and sons of night 5. note ; iii. 15. note.
and of darkness, are explained.

ought to be careful to instil early the principles
Lie, signifies an idol, Rom. i. 25. note 1.

of religion into their children, 2 Tim. i. 5. note.
Life eternal, promised after the fall, Tit. i. 2. note 1. Mystery, what, Eph. i. 9. note. 1 Cor. ii. 7. note 1.
Lives to be laid down for the brethren, 1 John iii. 16.

of the faith, what, I Tim. iii. 9. note.
note 2.

Naked, persons are so called wbo want their upper gar.
Loins girded, 1 Pet. i. 13. note.

ments, 2 Cor. v. 3, note.
Lord's supper ought to be eaten by all the members of a Named, signifies to name with approbation, 1 Cor. v. 1.
particular church jointly, 1 Cor. xi. 25. note 2.

note 2.
Luke, an account of his history of the Acts, Philem. ver. Nature, its different significations in scripture, Eph. ii. 3.
24. note 3. Col. iv, 14. note.

note 3
Macedonia, 1 Thess. i. 7. note.

Negative particle, following a word of universal significa-
Maimonides quoted, James ii. 23. note 3.

tion, is an universal negative, Rom. ix. 33. note.
Maintenance not demanded by Paul from them to whom Neighbour, in what sense to be loved as ourselves, Gal. v.
he preached, and why, 1 Cor. ix. 12. note 2.

14, note 2.
Man, consisting of flesh and spirit, considered in scrip- New birth, new creature, new man, Rom. vi. 11. note 2.

ture as two distinct persons, called the outward and in covenant, what, and when made with mankind, 2
ward man, Rom. vii. 17. note 1.

Cor. v. 15. note 1. Heb. viii. 7. note 2.
Man, old man put off, and new man put on, Gal. iii. 27. - Testament, books of, why all written in the Greek
note. Eph. iv. 24. note.

language, Pref. to Hebrews, sect. 2. paragraph 3. from
Malice, what and how distinguished from wickedness, 1

the end.
Cor. v, 8. note 3.

Nicolaitans, 1 John, Pref. sect. 3. fine. Pref. to Col. sect.
Manuscripts, Greek, of the New Testament corrected by 3. paragraph 3. from the end. Jude, ver. 4. note 1.
the vulgate Latin, Gen. Pref.

Obedience sometimes signifies the gospel, Rom. vi. 16.
the most ancient are written without accents

note 3.
and points, Gen. Pref.

Oil, anointing with oil not a sacranient, James v. 14. note
Marcionites, Eucratites, &c. described, Pref. to Col.

3. 1 John v. 16. note.
sect. 2. paragraph 3. from the end.

Old man, Rom. vi. 11. note 2.
Mass, sacrifice of, hath no foundation in scripture, Heb. x. Parable, what, Heb. ix. 9. note 1. xi. 19. note 2. Ess. viü.
18. note.

sect. 3.
Matthew's gospel not written originally in the Hebrew lan- Paradise, what, 2 Cor. xii. 4. note 1.
guage, Pref. to Heb. sect. 2. penult paragraph.

Paradoxes, apostolical, surpass the stoical in sound sense
Mediator, who, 1 Tim. ü. 5. notes 2. 3.

and practicability, 2 Cor. vi. 10. note 2.
Melchizedec's character and priesthood explained, Heb. vii. Partiality differs from prejudice, 1 Tim. v. 21. note 3.
View, paragraph 2.

Particles, Greek, on their right translation the justness of
order of, means similitude, Heb. v. 6.

the translation of the New Testament in a great mea-
Men and women sat separately in the Christian assem sure depends, Ess. iv,
blies anciently, Rom. xvi. 16. note 1.

Passions, as distinguished from fleshly lusts, what, Gal. v.
Messiah. The Jews believed that Messiah, or Christ, was 24. note 2.
the Son of God, 1 John v. 5. nole.

Pathics, 1 Cor. vi. 9. note 2. Col. iii. 5. note 2.


Patience, what, 2 Pet. i. 6. note 2.

earnest prayers seem to be disregarded, 2 Cor. xii. 8.
Paul, his commission to be an apostle, Ess. i.

note 2.
his inspiration, ibid.

Prayers to be offered up evening and morning, 2 Tim. i.
did not receive the Holy Ghost by the imposition 3. note 3.
of the hands of Ananias, Tit. iii. 6. note.

Praying in an unknown tongue condemned, 1 Cor. xiv.
his style and manner of writing, Ess. i.

20. note 2.
his view in making the collections for the saints,

for a miraculous cure, 1 John v. 14. note.
Rom. xv. 28. note, 2 Cor. ix. 14. note.

without ceasing, what, 1 Thess. v. 17. note.
his practice, with respect to the law of Moses, con Predestinate, Eph. i. 5. note 1.
sistent with his doctrine, Pref. to Gal. sect. 4. penult Presbyters, female, Rom. xvi. 1. note 3. 1 Tim. ii. 11.

note 1,
the objections made to his apostleship, by occasion. Presidents and rulers in the church, who, i Tim. v. 7.
ing him to vindicate his character, have been of great note 2.
use to the church in every age, Pref. to Gal. sect. 3. Priest, the absolution of a, not necessary to pardon,
towards the end.

James v. 16, note 2.
to soften such sentiments as he knew would be dis- Priests, Jewish, their ministrations on earth typical of
agreeable to the persons to whom he wrote, classes Christ's ministration in heaven, Heb. viii. 5. note 5.
himself among them, 1 Thess. iv. 15. note 1.

Pride, the devil cast out of heaven for pride, 1 Tim. iii. 6.
his translation of the Hebrew scriptures, when dif note 3.
ferent from the LXX. translations, more just than theirs, Printing new translation, the method of, Gen. Pref.
Rom. xi. 3, note 1.

Privileges of the Jews as the church of God, types of
had the whole particulars of our Lord's history the privileges of the members of the Christian church,
made known to him by immediate revelation, 1 Cor. Rom. ix. 4. note 1.
vii. 10. note 2, xi, 23. note l.

Profane person, who, Heb. xii. 16. note 2.
the manner in which he was confined at Rome. Eph. Promises in the covenant with Abraham, a short view of
vi. 20. note.

them, Heb. vi. 12. note.
went and preached first in the great cities of the

put for the things promised, Heb. xi. 13. note 3.
countries where he proposed to introduce the gospel, Prophets, Jewish, the uncommon actions performed by
Pref. to Col. sect. 1. paragraph 1.

them, on account of which they have been represented
- some of his expressions, in different epistles, though as fanatics, were symbolical, and not performed in vi-
the same in words, have a different sense, Pref. to Col. sions, but really, Ess. viii. sect. 4. last paragraph.
sect. 3. last paragraph.

Prophecy, double sense thereof proved, Ess. viii. sect. 5.
handled the controversy with the Judaizers in a dif paragraph 3. from the end.
ferent manner in his different epistles, Philip. iii. Psalm viii. 6-9. applied to Christ, Heb. ii. 6. note 1.

cx. a prophecy concerning the Christ, Heb. v. 10.
in telling the elders of Ephesus that they should see note.
his face no more, did not speak a dictate of the Spirit, Public worship not to be neglected by any one, 1 Thess.
Pref. to 1 Tim. sect. 2. paragraph ult.

v. 20. note.
his person described by Lucian, Cor. x. 10. note Purgatory, 1 Cor. iii. 13. note, at the end.

Putting on Christ, the new man, &c. what, Gal. iii. 27.
his death, Pref. to 2 Tim. sect. 3. last paragraph. note.
Peace, what, Rom. i. 7. note 4.

Quakers, their claim to inspiration ill-founded, 1 John ii.
• Pelagian notio that a good man may live without sin, 27. note 1.
confuted, 1 John i. 8. note.

their error conce

ncerning the Lord's supper, 1 Cor.
Personification of the laws of Athens by Socrates, Rom. xi. 24. note 3.
X. 6. note 1.

Ransom, what, 1 Tim. ii. 6. note 1. Eph. i. 7. note.
of the gospel of St. Paul, Eph. v. 14. Receive, when spoken of a person, what, 3 John, ver. 10.
note 1.

note 2.
Persons, what, Rom. 11. note.

Received, what it means in scripture, Col. i. 6. note.
Paul represents man as consisting of two, Rom. Reconciliation, what, Rom. v. 10. note 1.
vii. 17. note 1.

To redeem, what, 1 Tim. ii. 6. note 1. 1 Pet. i. 18.
Peter had no authority over the rest of the apostles, note 1.
1 Tim. Pref. sect. 5. No. 3. Gal. ii. 7. note.

Redemption, what, Eph. i. 7. note 1. distinguished into
Philosophers, heathen, guilty of the grossest crimes, Rom. redemption by power, and redemption by purchase,
i. 27. note 1.

concealed from the common people the Regeneration, how to be understood when joined with
knowledge which they had attained of God, Rom. i. . baptism, Tit. iii. 5. note 2.
18. note 3. ver. 21, note 1.

Relative duties, in explaining them the apostle Paul al-
Philosophy, Stoic, not able to reconcile men's minds to ways begins with the duty of the inferior, and why,
death, Philip. i. 23. note 2.

Eph. vi. Illustration.
Pleasure, sensual, the evil of being addicted thereto, Remission of sin obtained by the Levitical atonements,
2 Tim. iji. 14. note 2.

what, Heb. ix. 22. note 2.
Poor, the rule to be observed in relieving the poor, Gal. vi. Renewing of the Holy Ghost, what, Tit. iii. 5. note 3.
10. note.

Reprobates, who, 2 Cor. xiii. 7. note.
Pope and general councils have no power to make laws Respect of persons, what, James ii.
binding on Christians, James iv, 12. note 1.

Rest of God, what, Heb. iii. 11. note 4.
Prætorium, Philip. i. 13. note 1.

of heaven described, Heb. iv. 9. note.
Prayer, its influence on the temper and conduct, Jude, Resurrection of Christ, ascribed to the Father, to the
ver, 20. note 2.

Spirit, and to Christ himself, 1 Pet. iii. 18. note 2.
its efficacy, Philem. ver. 22. note 2.

of the body, not known to the heathen ; or
we should not be discouraged when our most but imperfectly, 1 Thess. iv. 13. note 3.

Resurrection ridiculed by the Greek philosophers, 1 Cor. Sin, in what sense those who abide in Christ are said not
Pref. sect. 4. 2 Tim. ii. 18. note.

to sin, 1 John iii. 6. note 1.
Revelation of Jesus Christ, his second coming so called, Sinaitic covenant, in what respects faulty, Heb. viii. 7.
and why, 1 Pet. i. 7. note 2.

note 1.
Revelations preserved by tradition, Pref. to Jude, sect. 2. Sinless perfection not attainable here, I John iii. 3.
No. 2. paragraph 2.

note 2.
Revelling, what, Rom. xiii. 13. note 1.

Sinners, who, Gal. ii. 15. note 2.
Reward of the righteous not to be bestowed till after the of mankind, why saved rather than the angels
general judgment, Heb. xi. 40. note 2.

who sinned, Heb. ii. 16. note.
Riches, trusting in them, what, 1 Tim. vi. 17. note 3. Sins, the power of remitting and retaining sins bestowed
Righteous not to be completely rewarded till after the on the apostles, how to be understood, Pref. to 1 Tim.
general judgment, Heb. xi. 40. note 2.

sect. 5. No. 3. last paragraph.
Righteousness of the law, what, Rom. viii. 4. note. Slavery, Goodwin and Doddridge, their remarks concern-
what, Tit. ii. 12. note 4.

ing it, 1 Cor. vii. 21. note. See also another remark,
Rock of Ages, and of Israel, God so called, and why, Eph. vi. 5. note.
Rom. xvi. 25. note 3.

Socrates, his character, Rom. i. 21. note 2. ver. 27.
Sabbath, weekly, to be observed by Christians, and why, note 1.
Col. ii. 16. note 5.

he and the other philosophers accused of gross
Sacrifices of beasts incapable of procuring the pardon of crimes, ibid.
sin, Heb. ix. 22. note 2.

Soldiers, why the ministers of the gospel in the first age
why appointed, Heb. x. Illustration, para were called soldiers, Philip. ii. 25. note 1.
graph 3.

Son of God: The Jews universally believed that the Son
how offered according to the Levitical ritual, of God was himself God, 1 John v. 5. note.
Heb. viii. 5. note 5.

Sorcery, what, Gal. v. 20. note 2.
Saints signifies the apostles, Jude, ver. 3. note 6.

Soul does not sleep between death and the resurrection,
in light, Col. i. 12. note 3.

Philip. i. 23. note 2.
dead, what the worship due to them is, Heb. xiii. Soul and spirit different, 1 Thess. v. 23. note 2.
7. note 2.

Spectator, passages from, transcribed Heb. xii. 14. note 3.
Salt, Christian, opposed to Attic, Col. iv. 6. note 2.

Heb. x. 19. note 2. Heb. xiii. 5, 6. notes.
Salutations sent by the primitive Christians to one another, Speech, the sins men commit in speech, Eph. iv. 29.

were different from the salutation of unbelievers, 2 John, note 1.
ver. 13. note 2.

rotten, what, Eph. iv. 29. note 1.
their use, Rom. xvi. Illustration.

Spirit, why the gospel is called the spirit, Gal. iii. 3. note.
to the church in such a person's house, Rom. Ess. iv. No. 43.
xvi. 5. note 1.

raised Jesus from the dead, 1 Pet. iii. 18. note
Salvation denotes the means of salvation, Rom. ii. 11. 2.
note 2.

of God, in what manner he operates on the minds
ourngia, denotes sometimes a temporal salvation, of men, Philip. ii. 13. note 1.
Philip. i. 19. note.

Stealing, the evil of, Eph. iv. 28. note 1.
and faith, why called common, Jude, ver. 3. Stoics, their arguments to enforce patience and content-
note 2.

ment, Heb. xiii. 5. note 2.
Sanctification, what, Heb. xii. 14. note 2.

Strifes, as distinguished from enmities, Gal. v. 20. note 3.
Sanctify, Ess. iv. No. 53.

Bupplicate, and supplications, what, Heb. v. 7. note 4.
Saved, its different meanings, Tit. iii. 5. note 1.

Surety, who and what, Heb. vii. 22. note 1.
signifies deliverance from ignorance and wicked- Sweet-smelling savour, Eph. v. 2. note 2.
ness, Eph. ii. 8. note 1.

Syriac versions, 1st and 2d, Gen. Pref.
Saviour, God is so called, Tit. üi. 4. note.

Tables, genealogical, were kept by the Jews in the public
Savour, sweet-smelling, Eph. v. 2. note 2.

repositories, by which individuals could trace their de-
Saxon version of the four gospels, Gen. Pref.

scent, Heb. vii. 14. note 2.
Say ; in what sense used by St. John, 1 John i. 6. note. Temperance, what, 2 Pet. i. 6. note 1.
Schechinah, what, 2 Pet. i. 17. note 2.

Timothy, Silvanus, and Sosthenes, the reason why their
Schismatics, how to be treated, Rom. xvi. 17. note 4. names are in the inscription of some of the epistles,
Scripture, words of, to be used in defining articles of faith, Pref. to 1 Thess. sect. 3. paragraph 6.
1 Cor. ii. 13. note l.

Titles given to the members of the Christian church,
Scriptures, their inspiration, 2 Tim. iii. 16. note 4.

1 John ii, 27. note 1.
of the Old Testament intimately connected with Traditions, scripture sense of the word, 2 Thess. ii. 15.
those of the New, 2 Tim. iii. 16. note.

note 2.
of the New Testament, why all written in the Transgression and disobedience different, Heb. i. 2.
Greek language, Pref. to Heb. sect. 2. No. 3. para-

note 3.
graph 3.

Translation, Jerome's Gen. Pref.
Seals, their use, 2 Cor. i. 22. note 2.

Syriac, Gen. Pref.
Serpent who seduced Eve, was the devil, 2 Cor. xi. 3.

Italic, Gen. Pref.
note 1. Heb. ii. 14. note 1.

Saxon, Gen. Pref.
Shepherd; Christ called himself a shepherd, and why,

Vulgate, Gen. Pref.
1 Pet. ii. 25. note.

its_authority established by the
Shields of the ancients, Eph. vi. 17. note 2.

council of Trent, Gen. Pref.
Sick recovered in the first age by the prayers of the spi-

Mosheim's account of it not just.
ritual men, and why, 1 John v. Illustration, at the Gen. Pref.

now offered, in what manner made, Gen.
Silvanus, an account of him, 1 Pet. v. 12. note 1.

Sin personified, Rom. vi. 6. note 2.

merits the appellation of a new translation,
Premonition to Romans.

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