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Art, ends of, 525.
Atonement, relation of, to Future Punish-
Augustine, and the prevalence of his doc-
Rev. N. Porter, jr., 504. True uses of subject, 128. Parentage, 129. Early
Influence of the Queen's
Specimens, Prescott, Webster, Beast, meaning of the Apocalyptic, 279.
Forged literature of the Middle Ages,
Beauty, nature of, 538. Relations to
E. Beecher, D.D. 272. Infelicity of the Apocalypse, 272.
, the, its mon Interpreter, by H. P.
The witnesses, 289. Nero not the beast, the intelligibility of the Bible, 105.
Brougham, Lord. Apologies for Voltaire
Buchanan on the Holy Spirit, 382.
Calvin, influence and character of, 205,
do. 583. Bancroft's opinion of, 584.
Cheever, G. B., D.D., Life and writings
Childhood and Youth of Luther, by Rer.
Dr. Stove, 594. Karl Jürgen's life, 594. Chronicon Alexandrinum, on date of Apo-
question, 387. Outline of Prof. S.'s
Different views of the
ness of the Divine administration, 347. Prof. S.'s objections to Irenæus exam-
Rev. James W. M Lane, 111. First His qualifications as a witness, 394.
internal evidence, 407.
Duffield, Rev. Geo., D.D. Review of
Judaism, by Rev. E. P. Barrous, 411. D'Aulnigne's History of the Reformation,
ty of the prophetic imagery, 421. Press equally upon the Unbeliever, 351.
evil perplexes all theism, 354. Free
world, 356. Long life of the wicked
ces and pursuits, by Rev. Wm. Allams, Early death, 358. Sin after regenera-
'God's proceedings regard
tendencies of religious feeling among
the Jews, 162. Locality of the Essenes
Resemblance to Moham.
senes and teachings of Christ, 172.
ark, his best years, 625. His natural
Rev. E. Beecher, D.D., 484. Character Hall, Wm., jr., Essenes, 162.
, 484. His rivals, 485. Hallam's Constitutional History, noticed,
Hopkins, Rev. S. M. Religious character
Cheever, D.D., 1. Hall and Foster, 2. Humanity, the Idea of, from its Progress to
In the Atonement, 48. spiritual upon religion, 742. Upon
Power, by Tayler Lewis, LL.D., 65, 214.
Kinds of punishment, 65. Retribution
a part of the Divine government, 67.
Do. of all government, 68. A priori
argument, 68. Argument from the
expediency necessary to government, 76.
of punishment, 86. Influence of legisla-
Geo. Shepard, D.D., 623. Objeci of the tion necessary to a true gradation of
argument from Scripture, 214. Argu- Jesus Christ attested by Miracles, yet reject-
Definition of miracles, 423.
174. Could not have been compos-
the author, 175. Was written before
Jeremiah, 176. Used by Amos, 177.
Coincidence of Psalms written in Sol-
Job and Proverbs, 181. Specimens of
John 2: 4. Exposition of, from the Ger-
Eusebius's opinion of, 397.
ral power, 65, 214.
Life and Character of Voltaire, 458.
comparative effects of different
Messianic interpretation of Deut. 18: 15- progress in the science of astronomy,
196. Do. physiology, 196. Philosophy,
fined, 504. Miracles of knowledge, ing, comprehending, &c., 200. Strug-
Baums, jr, 645. Deut. 18: 15--19 con-
tions of the passage, 647. Jewish in-
terpreters, 647. Original utterance of
the prophecy, 618. Refers to a particu-
lar person, 619. The phrase "like unto
thee,” 651. Resemblance between Mo-
ses and Christ, 652.
Proverbs, coincidence with Job, 181.
Proverbs, economical character of, 133.
Psalms, coincidence of certain, with Job,
Pulpit, the, Range of topics for, by Rev.
James Rowland, 721. Decreased influ-
ence of the pulpit, 721. Limits of pul.
ledge, 722. Variety in preaching prac-
tical subjects, 723. Improving provi.
On Evidences, 727. Ecclesiastical his-
tory, 728. Need of books, 730.
John 2: 4. Exposition of the narrative
unchangeableness of, 704.
revival of, after Jansenism,711.
Romanists, duty of Protestants to, 716.
Christianity, by Rev. William Adams, for the Pulpit, 720.