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Intercession of Christ for us at God's right

hand, 96, 285; of the Holy Ghost, 312.
Jonas, a type of Christ, 259.
Joseph, a type of Christ, dying, rising again,

and sitting at the right hand of God, 253,

275.
Joshua, a type of Christ, 75.
Jovinianus, *173.
Isaac, a type of Christ, 199, 200, 210.
Isidorus, *160.
Judæa, government of, 194.
Judgement of the world, proved from reason

and Scripture, 294; believed by the hea-
then, 295; in it Christ shall preside as
Judge, with the reasons for it, 297; an
account of the process, in the Day of
Judgement, 300 ; necessity of believing
a future judgement, 304.

interpretation of the name Jehovah,
proved, 148; Lord applied to Christ as
the interpretation of the name Adon, or
Adonai, 150; how and in what respect
Christ is Lord, 151; how many ways be
hath a right to be our Lord, 153; neces-
sity of believing in Christ as Lord, 155;
Lord of Sabaoth, or of Hosts, meaning

of this title, 42, 45.
Lord's day, 265.
Lucanus, *160.
Aútpov, the meaning of this word, *303.

M.

K.
Whose Kingdom shall have no end, why in-

serted in the Nicene Creed, 284; kingdom
of Christ, twofold, 151, 284; kingdom of
Christ as man, eternal, and in what re-

spect, 152.
Kingly power of Christ, the benefits of it to

us, 97, 281.
Kings anointed by the Jews, 93.
Kúplos, the use of this word among the an-

cient Greeks, *145; the original meaning
of it, *147.

L.
Law of God, the reason, and extent of it,

361.
Life, what it is, 211; life everlasting, taken

in the Creed for the endless duration of
all men, 389; for the endless duration of
the wicked, 378; eternal life, the full im-

portance of it, 394.
Life, to live, taken for happiness, and to be

happy, by the ancients, *395.
Life, in God originally, in man derivatively,

35.
Light, Christ so called from the perspicuity

of his doctrine, 85.
Limbus Patrum, whether Christ delivered

souls out of that place, 247.
Lord, determinately used for Christ in the

New Testament, 145; but sometimes
used for men both in the Old and New
Testament, 145; how the Greek and
Hebrew words for Lord correspond, 146;
that Christ is Lord, as that word is the

Macedonius, Macedonians, their heresy,

*128, 316, *316.
Mahometans, have corrupted a passage in

the Psalms relating to Christ, 136; keep
their Sabbath on Friday, the sixth day of

the week, and why, 266.
Manes, an account of him, *64; the word

Manes, signifies a heretic in the Syriac,

*64, *135, *160.
Manicheans, *64, *170, *184, *262.
Marcellus, Bishop of Ancyra, *283.
Marcion, *64, *160, *183.
Marcus, Marcosians, *160, *184.
Maries, several mentioned in the Gospel,

176.
Mary, various opinions of the ancient

Fathers about the meaning of this name,

169.
Matter, the opinion of the eternity of it,

refuted, 53.
Mediatorship of Christ, when and why it

shall cease, 191.
Menander, *160.
Messias. See Christ. A word of the same

signification with Christ, 79, 182; the
Jews make a double Messias, 87, 183;
mistaking the Scriptures that speak of his
coming twice, 292; all the Jews formerly
believed that the Messias should be the
Son of God, though since Christ they
have denied it, 105; that the Messias
should suffer proved from prophecies, 87,
182; suffer death, 210; rise again, 253;
ascend into heaven, 269; come a second

time, 299.
Ministry, what sanctification necessary for

the work of it, 330, 332,
Miracles of Jesus, 86, 94.
Miracles, the use of them, 10, 390; they

prove the being of God, 21,

Miraculous conception of Jesus, 84, 105, Phidias, 19.

164; upon what grounds Moses, the Pro Philosophers, what they taught about the
phets and the Apostles received and pro existence of the world, 52, 55.
pagated the faith, 7; how much short Photinus, Photinians, 119, *119, *283.

Moses came of Christ in his miracles, 85. P. Pilate, a man of a rough, untractable
Montanus, *329.:

spirit, 196; his testimony to the death of
Moses, credibility of, 10.

Christ, 198; necessity of expressing in

the Creed, that our Saviour suffered under
N.

P. Pilate, 197.
Nail struck through a bond, cancelled it,

IIiotis, this word sometimes taken for the
164.

Creed, *14.
Nature of no creature is originally evil, 63;

Plato, his distinction between the name of
Divine nature indivisible, 135; it suffered

God and of Gods, 23.
not in Christ, 186, 191; distinction of

Platonist Philosophy, *56.
natures in Christ asserted, 160, 188, 212;

Power, the object,nature, andextent of God's
necessity of two natures in one Person

power, 42, 57, 287; on what accounts the
of Christ, 163,

belief of it is necessary, 44; Christ had not
Nazarenes, *166.

all power, till after his resurrection, 152.
Nestorius, Nestorians, *128, 163, *163,

Praxeas, 158, *158, *322.
*177, *186, *237.

Pre-existence of Christ, 107, 110.
Noetus, 158, *158, *322.

Preparation, day of, 263,
None good but one, explained, 56.

Priests anointed by the Jews, 92.
Nothing can be produced out of nothing, Priests, why under the Law they blessed
how far true, 54,

the people at the morning, but not at the
Novatian heresy, 369, * 369.

evening sacrifice, 96.

Priority of the Father before the Son, 33;
0.

terms of priority given him by the an-

cients, 36.
Obedience due from us to Christ, 155.

Priscillianus, *158.
Oil, why used in anointing, 97, 100.

Probable, what is so, 3.
Omnipotence, the notion of it explained, 6,

Procession, how it differs from generation,
285. See Almighty.

141 ; of the Holy Ghost, *324.
Only-begotten, 138.

Procurator, the nature of his office, and the
Ophiani, Ophitæ, *160.

extraordinary power of the Procurator of
Opinion, what it is, 3.

Judæa, 194,
Origen, his erroneous opinion of the eter-

II pópouos, its several meanings, *273.
nity of the world, 62; his error about

Properties, communication of, in the Person
hell-torments, 394,

of Christ, 188.
Origenists, their error, 384.

Prophecies of the Messias fulfilled in Jesus,

83.
P.

Prophecy, a proof of a Divine Being, 21.
lavtokpátwp, meaning of this word, *41, Prophets, nature of their testimony, 8.

*286.
Paraclete explained, 328, *329.
Ilaparkevý, the meaning of it, *263.

Q.
Paschal lamb, a type of Christ, *200. Quick, what is meant by that word in the
Passion of Christ, why the Jews give a false Creed, 301; the quick, i. e. those that are
account of the time of it, 197.

alive in the day of Judgement, shall not
Patience, the proper foundation of it in a

be dissolved by death, 302.
Christian, 29.
Patripassians, 158, *158.
Paulus Samosatenus, *297.

R,
Pelagians, their heresy, 328; renewed by the Rationalis summarum, *346.
Socinians, *328.

Reconciliation between God and man, 364;
Phantasiastæ, the same with Docetæ, *160, to be reconciled to God, the meaning of
184.

this phrase, ibid.

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Redemption, can only be effected by the

Son of God, 142.
Redemption implies both conquest and pur-

chase, 154; how purchased, 192, 363 ;
Redemption one reason why we call God
Father, Regeneration another, Resurrec-

tion a third, 27.
Regeneration, effected by God as our Father,

28; applied to the Resurrection, ibid.;

not applied to Christ, 140.
Regeneration, the work of the Holy Ghost,

328.
Remission of sins explained, 363; how pro-

pounded and conferred in the Church,367.
Repentance, a motive to it, 304; the neces-

sity of it, 367.
Resurrection, a kind of regeneration, 28.
Resurrection of Christ predicted, 253, 259.
Resurrection, the definition of it, 253; no.

thing less than Omnipotence can effect it,
256; Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, raised
Christ from the dead, 257; distance be-
tween the death and resurrection of
Christ, how necessary, 259; necessity of
believing the resurrection of Christ, 266;
the possibility of our resurrection, 372;
the probability of it upon natural and
moral grounds, 374; the certainty of it
upon Christian principles demonstrated,
378; identity of the body necessarily
supposed, 380; latitude of the resur-
rection, 384; necessity of believing the

resurrection, 386.
Revelation of two kinds, mediate and im-

mediate, 7.
Right hand of God, what it signifies, 277.
Roman Governor had the power of life and

death in Judæa sixty years before the de-

struction of Jerusalem, 195.
Ruffinus, his explication of Christ's descent

into hell, 233.

gods and men, 73; reasons at large why

Christ is peculiarly called so, ibid.
Science, difference between science and

faith, 3.
Scriptures, why written, 10.
Scythianus, the first author of the Mani.

chean heresy, *64.
Second coming of Christ, 292.
Second death, 393.
Secundus, *160.
Seleuciani, *272, *386.
Sent, never applied to the Father, 36.
Shaddai, the notion and importance of

that word, 41, 45.
Sheaf, Waved, a type of Christ rising from

the dead, 259.
Shiloh, 82,
Simon Magus, 160, *160, *184.
Sin, what it is, 360; the obligation of sin,

what it is, 362; sin and Satan, how

Christ destroys their power, 282.
Sitting at the right hand of God explained,

277; the notion of sitting in the Creed,
278; necessity of believing in Christ

sitting at the right hand of God, 284.
Socinians, *111, *114, *138, *139, *148,

*161, 166, 257, *257, 312, 313, *314,
316, * 328, *331, 365, 368, *382, 384, 393,

*393.
Socinus, *19.
Son's mission, congruity of the, argued from

the pre-eminence of the Father, 36; only
begotten Son, interpreted by ancient here-
tics, begotten of the Father only : by So.

cinians, most beloved of the Father, 135.
Son of God, the world created by the, 113.
Son of man, 151.
Sonship, the several degrees of it, 31; the

peculiarity of the Sonship of Christ, 106;

necessity of the belief of it, 142.
Soul of man, has no innate ideas, 18; soul,

sometimes used to signify the dead body,
232; human soul of Christ, with the af.
fections and passions, 160; it descended

to the mansions of departed souls, 235.
Spirit, see Ghost.
Sufferings of Christ, how ancient prophecies

were fulfilled in them, 87; that the Mes.
sias was to suffer, proved, 182; the mea-
sure and manner of the sufferings of Christ
were predetermined between the Father
and him, 184; description of the suffer-
ings of Christ, 189; necessity of believing
thatour Saviour suffered, 191; why Christ
could not suffer the pains of hell, 231; he
suffered in the human nature only, 187.

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T.
Tabernacle, the Jews believed that it signi.

fied this world, 269.
Temple of Jerusalem, the inferiority of the

second to the first, 83.
Terebinthus, *64.
Tessaresdecatitæ, *198.
Testimony, two sorts of it, and what makes

it valid, 4; testimony of God, the nature

of it, 6.
Third day, meaning of, 260.
Transubstantiation, the primitive church

ignorant of this doctrine, 161.
Trinity, the order of it may not be inverted,

36, 322; difference between the Persons

in it, 38, 321.
Trust in God, the grounds of it, 290.
Types of the sufferings of Christ, 185, 199.

V.
Valentinus, Valentinians, *160, 181.
Virgin. Two prophecies that Christ should

be born of a Virgin cleared, 171; parents
of the Virgin Mary, *171; proofs that
Mary was & virgin when she conceived,
when she brought forth, and ever after,
and objections answered, 172; the Virgin
styled Deipara, and the Mother of God,
177; what honour is due to her, 178;
necessity of believing that Christ was
born of the Virgin Mary, ibid.

U.

Union of the two natures of Christ not dis-

solved by death, 214; union of Christ
with the Church by the Holy Ghost, 329,

355.
Unity in the Godhead, the ground of it, 23,

40, 135; of the Church, wherein it con-

sists, 339.
Universe, the notion and extent of it, 47,51;

divided by the Jews into three worlds, 48;
philosophers thought it infinite, eternal,
God himself, 50; the philosophers proba-
bly learned the doctrine of the eternity of
the universe from the Christians, *56.

W.
Way, The; Christianity so called in the

Scriptures, *103.
Will of God absolutely free, 24, 57; God

created by willing the creation, 57; seat

of the two wills in Christ, 160.
Word of God : the Chaldee paraphrase con-

stantly teaches that the Word of God is
the same with God, and that by that Word
all things were made, 116; the Word was
with God, how, 118; the Word was

God, 119.
World, see Universe. The manner how the

world was made, 52. See Creation. No
instant assignable before which Godcould
not have made the world, 58; arguments
to prove that the world is no older than

the Scriptures represent it to be, 59.
Worship to be paid to Christ, 143.

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QUOTED OR REFERRED TO IN THE NOTES.

The references are made to the pages of the third edition, 1669, printed in the margin.

The whole of a note is regarded as belonging to the same page as the passage to
which it refers.

A.
IS. ABARBANEL, seu Abravanel, 17, 84,

97, 99, 100.
Lib. Abchath Rochel, 270.
Aben Ezra, 52, 183, 276, 292.
Abydenus, 59.
Acacius Episc. Cæsar. 303.
Acta S. Tarachi, 198.
Adrianus, 174.
Ælianus, 72.
Æschines, 329.
Æschylus, 42, 79, 113, 147, 190, 226, 372.
Æschylum, Scholiastes in, 79, 147, 190.
Agathon, 288.
R. Jos. Albo, 23, 81, 148.
Alcuinus, 157, 265.
Alexander Alexandrin. 17, 34, 134, 177,

334.
Alexander Aphrodisæus, 261.
Alexander Polyhistor, 59.
Alexis, 72.
Alexius Patr. Constant. 346.
Alfirozabadius, 136.
Leo Allatius, 177.
R. Mos. Alshech, 87.
S. Ambrosius, 5, 13, 35, 38, 76, 77, 98, 135,

140, 141, 169, 173, 175, 189, 199, 221,
228, 237, 240, 241, 248, 250, 265, 277,

288, 314, 324, 340, 361, 367, 376.
Ambrosiaster, 140.
Ammon, 177.
Ammonius, 145, 196, 335.
Amphilochius, junior, 175.
Anastasius Bibliothecarius, 325.
Anastasius Sinaita, 237.
Andreas Cæsariensis, 234, 392.
Andreas Cretensis, 71, 251.
Anianus, 59.
Anselmus, Archiep. Cantuar. 52.
Jo. Antiochenus, 103, 177, 239.
Antiochus, 177.
Antiphon, 203, 362.
Antoninus, 325.
Apollinarius, 303, 347.
Apollonius Alexandrinus, 131, 203.
Apollonius Rhodius, 60, 203.

Appianus, 72, 206.
Apuleius, 202, 205, 206, 218.
Aquila, 43, 45, 58, 190, 201.
Thom. Aquinas, 16, 19, 33, 36, 37, 165, 356.
Aristophanes, 72, 145, 190, 220, 335.
Aristophanem, Scholiastes in, 72, 79, 99,

145, 220, 335.
Aristoteles, 2, 3, 4, 19, 20, 21, 24, 30, 50,

51, 53, 54, 55, 60, 137, 155, 211, 261

288, 330, 362.
Arnobius, 5, 73.
Arnoldus Carnotensis, 200, 250.
Arrianus, 207.
Artemidorus, 63, 72, 200, 218.
Asconius Pedianus, 194.
Asterius, 120.
S. Athanasius, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39,

40, 119, 120, 135, 137, 160, 173, 187,
228, 237, 250, 251, 260, 261, 324, 347,

383.
Athenæus, 72, 79, 87.
Athenagoras, 59, 373, 375.
S. Augustinus, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 16, 30, 31, 33,

34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 59,
64, 72, 73, 75, 76, 92, 93, 95, 103, 105,
128, 132, 134, 135, 137, 140, 141, 157,
158, 160, 165, 166, 167, 168, 170, 173,
175, 176, 179, 181, 184, 196, 197, 199,
202, 203, 205, 208, 213, 214, 220, 222,
223, 225, 226, 228, 229, 232, 237, 238,
239, 241, 244, 245, 247, 251, 252, 253,
256, 257, 258, 260, 262, 263, 265, 269,
271, 272, 273, 277, 278, 279, 284, 285,
287, 288, 289, 298, 300, 301, 303, 304,
315, 316, 319, 322, 324, 328, 329, 331,
335, 336, 337, 342, 344, 345, 347, 318,
349, 351, 356, 357, 360, 361, 368, 374,

386, 389, 394, 395, 396, 397.
Ausonius, 207.
Alc. Avitus, 26, 331.

B.
Balsamon, 346.
S. Barnabas, 77, 113, 116, 199, 201, 263,

300, 359.
Baronius, 203.

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