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Great Britain, intelligence from 513. Lovejoy, Rev. E.P., memoir of noticed
Martineau, Miss Harriet, works of
suspected 390. Her prepossessions
in our favor, means of information,
orthodox Christians, Unitarians her
marks on political institutions and
women 400. The absurdity of
406. Ours is an astonishing age
of, by 1, Nordheimer, notice of writings to infidelity 410. Her re-
marks on “ the first people of Bos-
denial of the Mosaic origin of the sions 411. On Dr. Beecher, revi.
vals of religion, Miss Sedgwick,
a source of moral obligation 276. bath 413. Her censures of the
rian clergy 417.
Natural History of Enthusiasm, no- original language of, and the gen-
uineness of the first two chapters
Schweighauser on the theology of ence to Mr. Norton's view of these
subjects 133. Introductory re-
marks 133. Testimony of the
christian fathers 135. Papias 136.
testimony a fair subject of investi-
gesippus 141. Of Symmachus 142.
The gospel according to the He-
brews was interpolated and spuri-
ous 144. Examples 147. Its re-
semblance to the canonical Mat.
thew 149. Its claims to canonical
early reformers on justification, fathers 154. Evidence in favor of
Remarks on the same 159. Other
existence of an early genuine He-
brew Matthew improbable 163. Mocso-Gothic Language, the Per-
sion of Ulpbilas 25. Original
295. Appear first in history 19
was assigned the
Remarks on this evi- Ulphilas 300. His invention of
Additional considerations 354, etc. 311.
source of 276.
Mosaic Origin of the Pentateuch,
question unknown till after the
death of Calvin 422. The language ke, etc., deny the Mosaic origin of
Dr. Gomar agrees substan- of the Pentateuch in its present
Philips, Robert, life and times of
Philosophy of Ecclesiastes 197.
clesiastical, for benevolent ob- Prichard 238.
Phoenician language and writing 492.
phy, notice of 239.
Pond, Rev. Enoch D. D. on Geolo-
gy and revelation 1,
Presbyterian Church, state of presby-
exploring tour beyond the Rocky measures of the General Assembly
of 1837 219. Remarks on the
the Mosaic origin of the 458. The able appearance 220. Two bodies
The declaration of the
knowledge of the true God, as in-
an exposition of, by Dr. Ticknor, and wise 58. The goodness of
God to all men 59. His care of
individuals ; divination, etc. 61.
God is every where-is invisible
worship 66. Outward and inward
67. Conclusion 69.
Faith and the Active obedience of philosophy and quackery, notice of
of mankind by J. C. Prichard, no- ment 500.
Traffic in spirituous liquors 499.
Moeso-Gothic language 235.
Universalism, weapons of reversed 70.
Universalism brings against God
the charge of partiality 7). Death
righteous subjected to many sor-
secuted 75. Men die in the very
act of atrocious wickedness 76.
incompetency 77. Conflicts with
the benevolence of God 20,
Van Ess Library 509.
select discourses of, notice of 245. obedience of Christ 179, 420.
the original language of Matthew's izations for the promotion of be-
nevolent objects 257. Some think
should be accomplished by the
church, as a dirinely organized
body. But what do you mean by
church as here used, accurately
47. State of Theology among the scriptures authorize only one pub-
263. The objection that a union modes 269. There should be no
ERRATA. Owing to the unavoidable absence of a person connected with