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Divinity of Christ : proved by his being spoken of in the

Scriptures, as the true and

perfect God, . I. 524
by its being the sole ground of

consistency in the scheme of

Redemption, . I. 562
by the Jews being otherwise in

nocent in his crucifixion, I. 571
by the Apostles being otherwise ;

guilty of leading mankind in-
to idolatry,

. I. 572
objections to Unitarian doctrines, 11. 20

to their management of the
controversy,

II. 35
Divinity of the Holy Spirit,

do. 371
Divorce, .

III. 422
Drunkenness : its nature,

do. 382
causes,

do. 383
evils, . .

do. 385
preventives,

do. 393
Duelling,

do. 357
Duties of Ministers: Preaching,

IV. 246
Study,

do. 273
Conducting the Ordinances of Public
Worship, .

. do. 278
Presiding over and directing the Dis-

cipline of the Church, . do. 279
Aiding in the Ordination of other Mi-

nisters, . . . do. 280
Instructing the flock in private, do. 282

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Earth: created by God,

I. 329
order of its creation,

do. ib.
objections answered,

do. 336
Education, Religious, of Children: a duty, . IV. 182

mode in which to be
done,

do. 193
motives to its perform-
ance,

do. 201
Effect and Cause, :

I. 75
Eighth Commandment: Idleness, .

III. 436
Prodigality,

do. 439
Fraud, .

do. 448
Gaming,

do. 462
Elders, .

IV. 225
Eternal Series,

I. 90
Eternity of God: proved by reason,

do. 129

Eternity of God: proved by revelation.

1. 129
Evidences of Regeneration : what are not evidences, III. 15

what are evidences, do. 27
difficulties attending the ap-

plication of these evidences

to ourselves, . III. 41
Example of Christ,

.

. II. 813
Extraordinary Means of Grace : Baptism, . IV. 298

Lord's Supper, do. 355
Discipline of the Church, do. 386

Faith: a duty, .

do. 312
its nature,

do. 324
its influence on man's justification,

do. 338
reconciliation of Paul and James on this subject, do. 34
influence of works on our justification, . do. 10.
justification by faith does not lessen the motives to
obedience,

. II. 358
only source of obedience, .

II. 368. IV. 34
Faith and Repentance necessary to restore us to obedience, IV. 27
Fall of Man,

J. 404
Fallen Angels: objections against their existence answered,

I. 317
loss of their first estate, .

do. 322
loss of their original residence,

do. 323
their present residence,

do. 324
their destiny,

do. ib.
False Repentance,

II. 401
Final Judgment, .

IV. 442
Firmament,

1. 280
First Commandment: Idolatry,

III. 163
First Great Commandment: Love to God, . do. 63
Forms of Prayer,

IV. 417
Fourth Commandment: Perpetuity of the Sabbath, III. 222, 233

Change of the Sabbath, . III. 233
objections answered, . do. 245
manner of observing the Sabbath, do. 261
reflections,

do. 273
Fraud,

. do. 448

Gaming,
God : his Existence,

Self-Existence,

Unity,

do. 462

I. 79
do. 82

do. 114
S 128, 130, 140, 153, 158
( 166, 192, 202, 215, 226

Attributes,

God : his Decrees,

• • I. 238, 251
Sovereignty,

. 1. 264
Works,

. 1. 278, 291, 303, 329, 341
Grace, Free: the source of Justification, . . II.' 304
Grace. Means of: Ordinary. IV: ( 38, 43, 60, 75, 86, 36, 108, 125

', 134, 144, 157, 171, 182, 193

( 206, 221, 233, 246, 259
Extraordinary, IV. 273, 290, 298, 312, 324

(338, 355, 370, 386

Hearing the word of God,

IV. 75
Heaven: the eternal abode of the Righteous,

do. 489
its happiness, .

do. 501
Heaven of Heavens,

I. 280
Holiness of Christ : exemplified in his Piety,

II. 155
his Benevolence,. do. 160

his Self-Government, do. 162
its importance to the Distinction of his

Character, . II. 172
to enable him to magnify

the law of God, II. 175
to give the necessary effi-

cacy to his sufferings

for mankind, II. 180
to his setting before men

an example of right-
eousness,

II. 183
Holy Angels: created by God,

I. 291
their rank, ,

do. 293
attributes,

do. 294
employments,

do. 307
Holy Ghost : his character,

II. 370
agency in regeneration,

do. 395
Humility,
·

III. 85

Ideas and Exercises,
Idleness, . .
Idol-Worship: its history,

extent,

manner in which performed,
Immateriality of the soul,
Immutability of God: proved by revelation,

reason, . .

an encouragement to prayer,
Inability of man to obey the law of God,
Incarnation of Christ,

. .

I. 366
III. 436
do. 174
do. 179
do. 180

I. 354
do. 130
do. ib.
do. 137
IV. 16
II. 10

Increase of Grace,

II. 548
Independence of God: proved by his omnipotence, I. 158
Infant Baptism : objections answered,

IV. 312
the same ordinance with Circumcision, do. 324
warranted by the Scriptures,

do. 333
Inspiration of the Apostles,

II. 120
Intercession of Christ : for whom offered, ..

do. 230
how performed,.

do. 232
Intercourse with religious men: its effects on persons destitute

of religion, IV. 157
on religious men, do. 163

Joy in the Holy Ghost,

II. 538
Judgment, Final,

. . IV. 442
Justice of God: proved by his providence,

I. 194
by revelation,

do. 197
opposition to this attribute the cause of the
denial of revelation,

I. 200
Justification : its nature,
its source, .

do. 304
the means, .

do. 312

II. 347

Killing : when lawful,

when unlawful, .
Kingdom of Christ : its reality,

its extent,
assumed for the Church,

III. 347
do. 353

II. 242
do. 244
do. 245

Law of God: its character,

III. 53
in what comprehended,

. III. 53, 163
man's inability to obey it,

IV. 16
Lewdness,

III. 407
Lord's Supper: its Nature, .

IV. 355
Design: to represent Christ's death, do. 356
prove his Mission and Gospel,

IV. 358
harmonize Christians, do. 364

represent his love, . do. ib.
Qualifications of Communicants ;

Membership in the Church in full

standing, . . IV. 365

Persuasion of their own piety, do. 368
Disposition with which to he attended ;-
Admiration of Christ,

IV. 370
Gratitude to him, .

do. 379

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Lord's Supper: Disposition with which to be attended;
Humility, .

IV. 374
Purposes of obedience,

do. 376
Brotherly Love, .

do. ib.
Universal Benevolence,

do. 378
Motives to the attendance,

do. 379
Love: its nature,

II. 365
its reality,

do. 479
objections answered,

II. 477, 487
Love to God: Benevolence to God,

Ill. 63
Complacency in his Character,

do. 65
Gratitude to God, .

do. 66
Reverence of God, .

do. 73
Humility, .

do. 85
Resignation,

do. 97
Love to man: its Nature,

do. 110
Extent,

do. 112
Lying: its nature,

do. 485
causes,

do. 491
mischiefs,

do. 496
preventives,

do. 507

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Man: Created by God,

I. 342
Time of his creation,

do. 344
his Nature,

do. ib.
End of his creation, . . .

do. 379
his Probation,

do. 392
his Temptation and F:

do. 404
his Sentence,

do. 424
his Depravity,

I. 435, 448, 461, 477, 459
cannot be justified by Works of Law,

1. 505
Manner of preaching the Gospel: with Plainness, . IV. 260

Variety, ..

do. 262
Boldness, . do. 265
Solemnity, . do. 266
Earnestness, do. 267
Affection, . do. 269

Acceptableness, do. 271
Marriage: its Origin,

III. 395
Nature,

do. 396
Benefits,

do, 397
Matter : not the Cause of existence,

I. 96
Means of Grace : Ordinary,

IV. 38
Extraordinary,
Means, Ordinary, of Grace, generally considered :-

their Reality, .

what they are,
Vol. IV.

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