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GENERAL INDEX.

A
Advocate, Jesus called an, 388.
Age, end of the, 217.
Ayyados, Angel, 155. 226. 235.
Αιων, 181.
Alpha and Omega, Jesus so called, 194.
Angels, passages supposed to represent Jesus as naturally

superior to the, 235–238.
Ανηρ, and ανθρωπος, 208.
Apostolic doctrine not different from that of Jesus, 4.

preaching, the substance of, 28.
Αρπαγμος, 198–200.
Article (Greek), remarks on the, 140-142. App. III.
Αρχη, 61. 218.
Αρχηγος, 192.
Aspland, (Rev. R.) 108. 258.
Atonement, Sykes's opinion on the use of the word, 290.

B
B. statements of, in the Monthly Repository, 20.
Belsham, (Rev. T.) 280. 285. 409.
Benevolence the spring of the divine government, 319–
322.

of God, modes of its operation, 320.
Beveridge, (Bp.) 322.
Blayney, (Dr.) 412.
Blunt, (Gregory) 56. 140. 191. 415.
Bradbury (Thomas)'s opinion of the doctrine of Satis-

faction, 386.
Bretland, (Rev. J.) 288.
Bull, (Bp.) his testimony respecting the sole worship of
the Father in the first and best

ages,

240.
Born of a woman, amount of the phrase, 34.

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С
Χαρις, 255.
Χριστος, 272.
Christian Doctrine, summary of, 399.
Christian Observer, 153, 238.
Clarke, (Dr. Samuel) 100. 144. 180. 240.
Cooper, (Thomas) 410.
Copernican system, at first rejected, 12.
Corruptions of Christianity, progress of, 409.
Creation, the natural, not ascribed to Jesus, 161-167.
183.

the new, brought about by the instrumentality
of Jesus, 162–164.

passages referring to, explained, 167
-183.
Curse, Jesus became a, 370.

D
Death of Jesus, importance of, 8. 343–351, &c.

did not render God placable, 323. 328-
335.

causes of the figurative language respect-
ing, 338, 351-353.

voluntary, 351.

vastly superior in its importance to that
of the martyrs, 349.

mode of ascertaining its importance, 344,
353.

his own representations respecting, 356
-362.

..., on account of our sins, 364.

for us, &c. 368.
a ransom, or price, 359. 370.

the means of forgiveness, 370, 371, 373,
374.

not a propitiatory sacrifice, 372. 375–
378.

more important than the Mosaic sacri -
fices, 384.

ratified the New Covenant, 386–388.

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Death of Jesus, not designed to vindicate the honour of
God's laws, 391.

not a punishment, 391.
Deity (proper) of Jesus, import of, in this volume, 84.

consideration of passages sup-
posed to prove the, 145—258.

if the fact, would lessen the
force of his example, 119.
Difficulties, not to be expected to be solved at once, 308.
Δικαιοσυνη, 363.
Divinity of Christ, in what sense employed in this

volume, 24.

E
Eclectic Review, Pref. 137. 139. 142. 153. 191.
Εγω ειμι, 274.
Eis, 196. 361.
Elohim, used in reference to a single being, 414.
Εντυγχανειν, 231.
Επικαλεισθαι, 247, 252.
Equality of the Son with the Father, import of, in this
volume, 84.

consideration of
passages supposed to prove the, 129–145.

.., scriptural confu-
tation of the, 93-105.
Essentials of Christianity, according to the Apostles, 11.212
Eternity not ascribed to Jesus, 218.
Evidence of each book, a summary view of, 86--91.
Exaltation of Jesus, 222–235.

the nature of the, 227–235.
Example of Jesus, more forcible on the Unitarian systein,

117--122.

F
Faith, essentials of Christian, 11. 212.
....., causes of the stress laid on, 327. 332.
....., grounds of, peculiarly impressive in the apostolic

age, 337.

in the blood of Christ, 364.

Father, John's Gospel teaches the absolute supremacy

of the, 68.
Flavel, 322.
Flesh (according to the), &c. no proof of a two-fold

nature in Jesus, 267. 306.
Forgiveness of sins on repentance, one leading object of

the Gospel to assure, 336.
Form of God, &c. 203-207.
Fulness of the Godhead, 196.

G
Geddes, 413.
Γινομαι, 168, 169. 275.
Gnostics, John's Gospel not designed to confute the, 58.
God, the absolute unity and supremacy of; see Unity,

Supremacy, &c.
God, the appellation, less restricted in the Scriptures than
in our own language, 62. 148.

applied to our Lord, 73. 147—149.

no proof of the proper deity of
Jesus, 148, 149. 160.
God manifested in the flesh, 153-157.
God over all blessed for ever, 136.
Gospel, the purposes of, 335.
Great God, not an appellation of Jesus, 140.
Griesbach, Pref. 56, 152. 154, &c. &c.

H
Hartleyan principles oppose the doctrine of pre-existence,

259.
Hebrews (the Epistle to the), on the Author of, App. IV.

evidence of, 50.

object of, 51. 237. 379.
Heaven (coming down from), import of the phrase, 75.

297–304.
Holy Spirit imparted no new knowledge to the Apostles,

331, 332.
Humanity (simple or proper) of Jesus, import of, in
this volume, 84. 268.

... greatly supported by John's Gospel, 68—72.

Humanity ( simple or proper) of Jesus, proofs of, 31.

38. 44. 52. 105-122. 311--315.

I
I AM, Jesus supposed to call himself, 273.
Ιλασμος, 375. 380.
Image of God, &c, 41.
Immutability not ascribed to Jesus, 219.
Improved Version, 35. 192. 217. 238. 262. 266. 269.

272, 273. 279. 294.
Incarnation, view of the doctrine of, 156.
Intercessor, Jesus not now an, 231.
Interpretation, principles of, 126.
Interpretations (Unitarian) often rejected as forced, 123.

J
James, evidence of the Apostle, 53.
James's short view of the tenets of Tritheists, &c. 214.

241.
JEHOVAH the Only God, and the Messiah his Servant,

133, 134.
Jesus not a mere man upon the Unitarian system, 268.

poor though rich, 265.
(the Lord] from Heaven, 263.
had glory (with God) before the world was, 289
296.

his being with God after his baptism, accounts for
several expressions supposed to refer to a state of
pre-existence, 288. 304.
.; see_Creation, Death, Deity, Equality, Exalta-
tion, Example, God, Humanity, Miraculous Con-

ception, Pre-existence, &c. &c.
Jews (the) believed in the fundamental doctrine of Uni-

tarianism, 16.
John, evidence of the Apostle, 58—83.

(Gospel of), translated into the Mohawk language,
26.

object of the, 58—60.

interpretation of its Introduction, 59.
-67.

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