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The manner of the Incarnation explained
individual unity of the Divine person . VIII.-XII.
The dangerous error of the Anabaptists, relative to the
origin of Christ's human nature - - XXIV.---XXVII.
The meaning of this term explained - XXXIV. XXXVIII.
For an exordium, Zech. ii. 9. is explained
The human nature suffering in body and soul -
The history of the discovery of the cross by Helena VII. IX.
Yet cursed - - - - -
plated, as full of mysteries, in which we have thc deep-
est concern . . . . XXXVI.
of his clothes, were predicted and prefigured of old XXXVII.
All things, in short, happened to Christ, according to the
determinate counsel of God
It is not without a spiritual sympathy, that we should
meditate on these sufferings . • LI.-LXII.
of consolation - - - - LXV. LXXIII.
Christ's suspension on the tree, is not his burial with the
wicked - - - - -
ation commonly received seems preferable to the learn-
ed refinements of eminent men . - XXVI.-XXIX.
days in the great fish
That Christ descended into Hell, is nowhere expressly. af-
firmed in Scripture -
silent with respect to the burial; nor was it without