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Of the authors who are quoted in this work, mostly in the History, who have written some more and some less, in support of the doctrine herein advocated (except three or four.) I bave classed all together, as Universalists, who have believed in the final salvation of all men; having paid no gard to their different sentiments how God will deal with souls hereafter to make them fit subjects of happiness.

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Zoroaster, 232. St. Clemens, 233, St. Augustine, 234, , 236. St. Cyril, 234. St. Chrysostom, 234. St. Jerome, 235. St. Ignatius, 235. Origen, 237, 238, 239. Theodore, 238. Dr. Samuel Huber, 240, 245. Richard Copin, 1 245. Bishop Rust, 249. J. White, 250, 253. Chevalier Ramsay, 250. Archbishop Tillotson, 111, 250, 255. Dr. Thomas Burnet, 250. Dr. Cheyne, 250. Dr. Johnson, 250. Milton, 250. Pope, 250. Howard, the philanthropist, 250. Dr. Hartley, 231, 251. Bishop Sherlock, 252. Dr. Wm. Whiston, 253, 254, 256. Bishop Newton, 256, 381, 385.Sir James Stonehouse, 256, 320. Dr. Paley, 14, 256. R. Wright, 257, Dr. Browne, 257. Dr. Morgan, 257. Dr. Steed, 257. Dr. Watts, 83, 258. Paul Seigvolck, 259, 319. Petitpierre, 260. Wm. Law, 262, 264. James Relly, 264, , 325. John Murray,* 264 to 308, 326_his death, 304. Mason writes in support of the doctrine, but not a Universalist, 275, 308. Gen. Greene, 305. Dr. Chauncey, 312 to 317. E. Winchester, 319 to 331-his death, 327, 340, 394. Dr. Franklin, 215, 325. Dr. Rush, 325. Dr. Priestley, 325. Gen. Washington countenances Winchester and Murray, 325, 326. John Wesley appears to be a believer, see 331 to 336. J. Huntington, 339 to 343. Wm. P. Smith, 347. Joseph Young, 347, 349. Lindsey, Grundy, Estlin, Yates, Belsham and Dr. Smith, 363. Hosea Ballou, 350. W. Balfour, 351. T. Bigelow, 356. T. Cotton. 361. A. Kneeland, 363.

* The writer wishes Universalists of the present day to particularly nojice Murray, pp. 317, 318. Universalists agree in so many things, they should not differ about non-essentials, and give enemies to the glorious doctrine we believe, cause to speak evil of it. The doctrine of universal salvation, and the final restoration, are both good, or infinitely better than the doctrine of the eternal existence of sin and misery. Murray, speaking of Winchester, says, “ Though we are not agreed in sentiment in every particular, we join in one glorious truth; and on this ground I hail him as my friend and brother.” So do ye one to another, and all be united. Set page 362

INDEX
To Texts quoted in this work, and illustrated. Nearly all

of which clearly support the doctrine herein advocated.

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GENESIS

ECCLESIASTES.
ch.
V.

v.

page.
3: 15
121, 18712 : 7

86, 97, 147
4
193, 196

ISAIAH
3
123 25 : 8

147, 173
18: 18
123 28 : 18

147
22 : 18
123 41 : 29

160
3, 4

123|42: 6,7,21 149, 211, 214
28 : 14
123 55 : 22, &c.

147, 183
EXODUS.
46 : 10

178
32 : 12
28 49 : 6

150
7
153 55 : 10, 11

125
DEUTERONOMY.

57 : 16

53, 151
32 : 39,
43
143, 152

JEREMIAH.
28
197 3: 12

151
1 CHRONICLES,
131 : 34

165
16 : 34
143 49 : 37, 38, 39

155
JOB,

LAMENTATIONS.
13 :
7

255 3: 31, 32, 33 151, 201
PSALMS..

EZEKIEL
2: 8
143, 164 16 : 62, 63

154
22 : 27
143 18 : 4

37
5

144

DANIEL
5
34, 135 4: 35.

178
48: 10
29 7 : 14

159
144

HOSEA
72 : 11, 12, 17
144 13: 9, 14

159, 173
8

311

JONAH
9

144
2

198
89: 31-35
145 2: 2, 3

198
103 : 3, 8, 9
145 4;

199
-:1-4, 10, 14, 15 147

MICAH
106: 1

311 7: 18, 19, 20:126, 159, 160
136 : 1, 2, 3, &C..

145

ZECHERIAH..
138 : 4, 5.
145 3: 11

149
146

I ESDRAS,
145 : 8-10
146

203

30 :
39 :

66 :

3, 4

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77:
86:

1 :

: 8

176,

3:

5,6

3: 17,

WISDOM OF SOLOMON.

GALATIANS.
ch.

page. ch.
V.

page.
11 : 22, 26
160, 161 3: 7, 8, 9

175
MATTHEW,

EPHESIANS.
1:: 21

162 1: 10, 11, 21, 22 : 176, 178
6: 10

62, 246

PHILIPPIANS.
7: 11, 12
91, 315 2 : 10, 11

183
LUKE.
3: 21

174
2 : 10, 14 162, 204, 344

COLLOSIANS.
162 1 : 19, 20 -

176
19: 10
ib. 3. 12

66
JOHN.

I TIMOTHY.
1 : 29
164 1: 15

177
35

164 2: 3-6 177, 178, 183,
6: 36, 37, 39, 40, 4.4 164 4:9-11

178
12 : 31, 32, 47: 165, 167, 168

HEBREWS.
13: 34

75 2 : 8, 9, 14, 15 180, 353
17:
2
168 4:3

158
ACTS.
6: 13, 18

127, 130
2 : and 3 chap.
205 12 : 29

28
3:21, 25, 26 123, 168 13: 5, 8

158, 311
7

205

JAMES.
ROMANS.
1: 17

158
5: 10, 18, 19

163

1 JOHN.
8: 19, 20
169 1 : 7

311
-: 21, 23

171
2

181, 246
9: 26
172 3: 8

121, 353
11 : 29, 32
149, 172 4:8, 14

181
15 : 13
158 4: 20

62
I CORINTHIANS.

5: 10, 11 130, 268, 274
2 : 9

117

2:1,

REVELATIONS,
15: 22, 23, 24-28 :

5 : 13

182
172, 258 6 : 2

256
: 53, 54, 55 : 172, 173,15 : 3

185
174 21 : 4

182
H CORINTHIANS.
5 : 19

82, 174

169,

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The following is an Index to a class of texts, which, as
commonly understood, contradict the foregoing; but are il-
lustrated and reconciled. The writer thinks it will be most
convenient to arrange these texts in rotation according to

the pages.

page. Ich.

24: 51,

MATTHEW.

MATTHEW.
ch. V.

v.

page.
25 : 41, 46
370 16 : 27

392
MARK.

LUKE.
9: 4-1-43 370, 377 13 : 27, 28

395, 396
MATTHEW.

MATTHEW.
386 12 : 32

409
13: 38, 42, &c.
386,387

PSALMS.
25: 30, &c.
388 9 : 17

410
II THESS.

DANIEL.
1: 7-10
389 12 : 2

412
REVELATIONS.

I THESSALONIANS.
22. 11, 12
391 2 : 16

413
It wiń be seen that the writer has given the sense or mean-
ing of those much controverted texts, and reconciled them
with the foregoing, by other passages of scripture, and not
by reasoning or arguments of his own; and the following is
an index to the texts which have been quoted for that pur-
pose.
ISAIAH.
Tch.

page.
ch.

410
6: 11, 12

377

PSALMS.
13 : 10

382 16 : 10
26 : 20

414 31 : 17
31 : 9

378 55 : 15,23
34 : 9, 10

379, 398 86 : 13
40 : 2

396, 405

EZEKIEL.
44 : 23

400 20 : 47, 48
66 : 24

378, 379, 400 22 : 20, 24
JEREMIAH.

31 : 16, 17
7:20

399 32 : 27
17 : 27
378, 399

DANTEL
23 : 39, 40
399 10 : 14

414
LAMENTATIONS.

413, 414
4:11, 12

378

JOEL
SAMUEL.
2 : 30, 31

331, 382
2 : 6

410

JONAH
JOB,

6

407
7:9

ib,

V.

page. 21 : 13

12:1,

2:2,

372,

MATTHEW.
ch. v.
10 : 23
21 : 33
23 : 36
24 : 3, 33

: 29-31
26 : 64

MARK.
8: 38
13 : 30

LUKE
9: 26, 27
21 : 21, 24, 25, 32

JOHN.
2 : 22

ch. V.

page.
page,

ACTS.
390 2 : 27

408
386

PHILIPPIANS.
390 4:5

391
373, 390

1 THESSALONIANS.
389 2. : 16

413
399 II THESSALONIANS.
1:7-10

399
389

I PETER.
390 4 : 7

391
II PETER..
389 3 : 10

393
389, 390

REVELATIONS.
1:1

391
390 2 : 5

ib.
22 : 12

iba

There are some typographical errors in this work, such as
the omission of words in some sentences, and in some fèw
others superfluous words inserted, but which do not alter the
sense, so materially, but what the reader can easily correct
them; therefore, not of sufficient importance for an errrata,
except in page 395, the 7th line from the top, after the word
Jews, omit "Peter was speaking of time relating to finite
creatures," and in the tenth line, omit"and not as to time re.
lating to the Deity."

Some mistakes in quoting chapters and verses are corect-
ed in the foregoing index.

The friendly reader will make allowance for any imperfeca
tions in the language or style, especially when he is informed
that the writer has not had those fortunate advantages that
have fallen to the lot of many of the learned. As he has
considered the subject to be of great importance, and equal-
ly to concern all classes of people, his greatest care has been
to write in a plain style, that may be understood by the un-
learned, who are, particularly on plain religious subjects, the
greatest number of readers. And if understood, he will be
better satisfied than if he had been able to write in a style
above their comprehension..

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