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Chance, the common notion of effect of Adam's fall, x. 707.
it exploded, ii. 909.
entry of Noah's ark, xi. 733.
Chaos described, ii. 890. vii. 210.
its court, ii. 959. answer to
Satan's speech there, 989.
bounds since the angels' fall,
the creation, &c. 998. state Dagon, (a fallen angel,) i. 457.
before it, v. 577. a bridge Damned, the vicissitudes of their
made over it from hell-gates torments described, ii. 596.
to the world, at Adam's fall, David, nis throne why eternal,
x. 282. (Vide Similies.)
Charity, its praises, &c. xii. 576 Day and night in beaven de-
scribed, vi. 4.
Chemos, or Peor, (a fallen angel,) Death and Sin, their station at
i. 312, 406.
bell-gates before Adam's fall,
Cherubim. (Vide Angels Celes-
ii. 648. their union, s. 249.
tial, &c. Similies.)
make a bridge from thence
Church, hirelings in it, compared over Chaos to the world, after
to the Devil in Paradise, iv. it, 282. meet Satan in his re-
turn to hell from thence, 326.
Cocytus, a river of hell, ii. 579. their journey thither, and in-
Comparisons. (Vide Similies.) fluences described, 410. ar-
Conjugal love, the praises, &c. rival at Paradise, 585. after-
of it, iv. 750. distinguished conduct in the world, 610.
from an armour, 765. consists (Vide Similies.)
in reason, not passion, viii. Death described, ii. 666. answer
586. defined, 589. expressed to Satan at hell-gates, 688.
(on the woman's part) in the son of Satan and Sin, 727.
practice, 50. in words, xii. its birth, 777. answer to Sin
615. a reciprocal duty of it, on Adam's fall, x. 264. to
Sin's speech in Paradise, 596.
Conjugal obedience, woman's (Vide Similies.)
happiness, &c. iv. 635. Death natural, the causes, and
Conjugal union, the reasons and variety of it, described, xi.
obligations of it, viii. 494. ix. 466--493. more terrible in
View than reality, 469. of
Conscience, God's umpire in the faithful, a sleep to immor-
man, iii. 194. the terrors of it, tality, xii. 425–434. the gate
iv. 23. X. 842. laws to force it of life, 571.
censured, xii. 515. no infalli- Death eternal considered, .. 808.
bility against it, 529.
Deluge universal. (Vide Noah.)
Constellations, their appear- Despair, the degrees and colours
ances, motion, &c. iij. 577.
of it, iv, 108.
Creation, the universal, described Devils, why eternally excluded
iii. 708. vii. 221.
from grace, iii. 129..
Creatures, animal, in Paradise, Discord censured, ii, 496, daugh-
described, iv. 340. have de- ter of Sin, &c. x. 707.
grees of knowledge and rea- Dominion absolute in man, over
son, viji. 369. their discord an men, an usurpation, xii. 64.
Dreams illusive, &c. their source,
iv. 799. natural, v. 110. divine,
Eagle, a bird of prey, an effect
of Adam's fall, xi. 185.
Earth and Heaven. (Vide Hea-
ven and Earth.)
Earth, its general creation de-
scribed, iii. 715. vii. 231. the
shadow of heaven, v. 574. se-
parated from the waters, part
of the third day's creation, de-
scribed, vii. 276. the fruits of
it, &c. 313. its inotion, or
of the heavens, speculations
thereon censured, viii. 70. its
praises, ix. 99. the centre of
the creation, 107. destruction
by Noah's flood described, xi.
743. restitution after it, xii.
852. an universal Paradise at
the Messiah's coming to judg-
ment, 463. (Vide World.)
Eden, the country bounded, iv.
Eden, the garden of it. (Vide
Egypt, the plagues of it de-
scribed, xii. 173.
Election asserted, iii. 183.
Elements, &c. subsist on each
other, xi. 415.
Enoch, his story and translation,
xi. 664, 700.
Eve and Adam. (Vide Adam
and Eve. Innocence. Similies.)
Eve particularly described, cha-
racterized, &c. iv. 712. v. 379.
viii. 470, 482, 546, 596. ix.
386, 431, 457, 489, 538, 603,
896. answer to Adam's dis-
course on the prohibition of
the tree of knowledge, iv. 440.
recounts her first view of the
creation, Adam, &c: 449. an-
swer to him at night, 635. to
him waking her, (relates her
dream, the subject of Satan's
first illusive temptation,) v. 27.
weeping described, 129. at-
tending the entertainment of
Raphael, 443. her formation
from Adam, viji. 460. beha-
viour on view of him, &c. 500.
discourse with him preceding
the temptation,(she prevailing
on her own sufficiency, and
his fondness,) ix. 205-384.
answer to Satan (in the ser-
pent,)552. the discourse (Satan
tempting her to eat the for-
bidden fruit) continued, 732.
soliloquy before her eating it,
745. plucks and eats, 760.
soliloquy after it, 795. résolu-
tion to tempt Adam, 830.
speech to him thereon, 856.
reply to his answer resolving
to die with her, 960. behaviour
thereon, 990. gives him the
fruit, 995. repeats the trans.
gression with him, 1005. is
incited by him to carnal frui-
tion, (the first effect of it,)
1014, 1035. the place, &c. de-
scribed, 1037. answer to him
(accusing her asthe aggressor)
imputes it to his indulgence,
1142. answer to God (the Son)
calling her to judgment, (ac-
cuses the serpent,) x. 159. the
sentence pronounced on her,
192. behaviour and speech to
Adam's repulse of her, and her
offers of consolation, (accuses
herself,) 909. after-behaviour
thereon, 937. reply to his an-
swer, (advises to die by their
own hands) 966. to him,
hailing her the mother of man-
kind, xi. 162. soliloquy, la-
menting the threatened expul-
sion from Paradise, 268. speech
to him onquitting it, (affection,
conjugal resolution, and con-
solation on the promise of the
Messiah,)xii. 610.(Vide Adam.
Evening described, iv. 598. Gabriel (the Archangel), chief
Evil-in thought unapproved- of the guardian angels of
blameless, v. 117.
Paradise, his station, &c. de-
Experience--a guide to wisdom, scribed, iv. 443. informed by
Uriel of Satan's descent there,
561. undertakes to detect him,
576. his charge to Uzziel,
Ithuriel, and Zephon (three
otlier of the guardian angels)
Faith, unnecessary endeavours thereon, 782. speech to them,
to approve it, suspicious, ix. &ç. on their taking, and re-
turn with him, 866. to Satan
Faith in Christ, with works, thereon, 877. reply to his an-
eternal life, xii. 420. laws swer, 902. to another, 946. to
to force it censured, 515. another, 1006. appointed one
no infallibility against it, of the chiefs of the celestial
army against the revolted an-
Fancy (a faculty of the soul) its gels, vi. 45. bis prowess, &c.
office, v. 100. the eye of the in the battle, 354.
soul, viii. 460.
Glory (or fame) the common
Fame (or glory) the common notion of it censured, xi. 688.
notion of it censured, xi. God the Father contemplating
his works, &c. iii. 56. speech
Fate, the will of God, vii. 170. to God the Son, on Satan's
Fig-tree, of which Adam, Eve, design on the creation, man,
&c. made aprons, described, &c. 80. reply to his answer,
168. proposes the manner, &c.
Firmament, the second day's
of fallen man's redemption,
creation, described, vii. 261. 203. answer to the Son under-
Fish, part of the fifth day's cre- taking it, 274. decrees his
ation, describeil, 391.
bodily resurrection as God
Flaming sword in Paradise on and man, 303. his the Father's
Adam's, &c. expulsion thence, attributes, &c. 372. visibly
described, xii. 632. (Vide Si- seen in the Son, 383. vi. 680.
charge to Raphael to warn
Flood universal. (Vide Noah.) Adam against his fall, v. 224.
Freedoin, with the loss of it, speech to the whole celestial
virtue, &c. degenerates, xi. hierarchy, convened at the in-
auguration of God the Son,600.
Free grace asserted, iii. 173. to the Son on Satan's, &c. re-
volt thereon,719. army against
Free-will asserted, iii. 95. v. 235. the revolters described, vi. 15.
520. viji. 635. ix. 350. x. 43. speech to Abdiel on his quit-
reason, the same, iji. 108. ix. ting their party, 29. appoints
350. the image of God, viii. Michael and Gabriel chiefs of
the celestial army, 44. battle,
Fruition, carnal, the passion of &c. between them and the re-
it censured, viii. 579.
volters described, 202-607.
appoints God the Son to end
it, 680. chariot (the Father's)
decribed, 749. speech to the
Son, resolving the creation of
the world, vji. 139. commits
the work to him, 163. his
(the Father's) omnipresence,
168, 588. goodness, free, 170.
will, fate, 173. institution of
the Sabbath (by God the Fa-
ther and Son) the seventh
after the six days of the
creation, 581. the solemnity
of it described, 594. speech
(the Father's) on the guar-
dian angel's return from Pa-
radise upon Adam's, &c. fall,
x. 34. appoints the Son judge
of it, 55. speech to the celes-
tials on Sin and Death's en-
trance into the world thereby,
614. promise of their dissolu-
tion, and renovation of hea-
ven and earth, 633. charge
to the angels, touching the
changes in the creation on
the fall, 649. answer to the
Son's intercession on Adam's
repentance, xi. 45. speech to
the celestials, convened at his
decreeing his expulsion from
Paradise, 84. to Michael
God the Son, at the right hand
of the Father, iii. 62. bis (the
Father's) essence, &c. 138. his
word, &c. 169. vii. 163. an-
swer to him on Satan's design
on the creation, man, &c. iii.
144. on his proposing the
manner, &c. of man's
demption, 227. undertakes it,
236. love to man, and filial
obedience, 266. the second
Adam, 285. his merits alone
imputative to man, 290. xii.
406. his resurrection, as God
and man, decreed, ii. 303.
equal to the Father, 305. his
(the Son's) attributes, 383.
answer to the Father on Sa-
tan's, &c. revolt, vi. 733. the
image of the Father, iii. 383.
vi. 680, 736. the Messiah,
718, 881. answer to the Fa-
ther, appointing him to end
the battle between the celes-
tial and revolted angels, 723.
undertakes it, 730. his ar-
mour, equipage, &c. de-
scribed, 760. speech to the
celestial army, 800. solely
attacks the revolters, 824.
entirely defeats them, 838.
The action and defeat de-
scribed, 631-877. returns in
triumph, 878. his person,
equipage, &c. in the work
of the creation described, vii.
192. re-ascent to beaven after
it, 550. institution of the sab-
bath (by God the Father and
Son) the seventh after the six
days creation, 581. the so-
lemnity of it described, 594.
answer (the Son's) to Adam,
on his solitude in Paradise,
viii. 369. to his reply, 898.'
to another, (promises him a
consort) 437. appointed by
the Father judge of Adam's
transgression (fall), x. 55. all
judgment committed to him,
56. the mercy of it, 58. an-
swer to the Father thereon,
68. descent to Eden, 85. call
to Adam there, 103. reply to
his answer, (accusing Even)
119. to his reply, 144. to Eve,
(accusing the serpent,) 157.
sentence pronounced by him
on the serpent, 163, 175. ex-
plained, 182. on Eve, 192. on
Adam, 197. clothes them
with skins, &c. 211, re-ascent
to the Father, and interces-
sion for them, 224. the justice
of his sentence, 754. bis in-
tercession on their repent-
ance, xi. 22. (Vide Messiah.)
God, purity of adoration more 618. its gates, 645, first opened
acoeptable to him than ritual, by Sin, 871. how situated, re-
iv. 736. all good proceeds from, specting heaven,and the world,
and returns to him, v. 469. to X. 322. (Vide Similies.)
be contemplated in the works Hierarchies of heaven, before the
of the creation,508. acts imme- revolt of the fallen angels, de-
diate, vii. 176.thecentre of hea- scribed, v. 579.
ven, ix. 107. his absolute de- Hinnon, the valley of, whence
crees, xi. 311. omnipresence, called Tophet and Gehenna,
goodness, &c. 335. the fear of
him, &c. with loss of freedom, Holy Ghost, its effusion, &c.
degenerates, 797. particular at the creation, vii. 195. de-
presence, xii. 48. to obey, love, scent, &c. on the apostles, and
depend on his providence, &c. all baptized, xii. 485. promised
the sum of knowledge, 557. and given alike to all believers,
and wisdom, 575,
Gospel how to be understood, Hospitality, an incitation to it,
Grace of God, man its object, Hymn to light, iii. 1. to God
and devils eternally excluded the Father and Son, 372. on
from it, why, iii. 129. man's conjugal love, iv. 750. on the
long resistance of it alone ex- creation, vii. 180, 252, 557,
clusive, 198. repentance a fruit 602.
of it, xi. 22. the spirits of it, Hypocrisy visible to God alone,
and liberty, consorts, xii. 525. iii. 682.
Gratitude exerted, a discharge of Hypocrites, Satan the first, iv.
its debt, iv. 55.
121. pretenders to supernatural
Gunpowder, guns, &c. the ori- purity, &c. 744.
ginal invention ascribed to the
Devil, vi. 478, 484. discharge
Idolatry, the original rise of it
assigned, i. 364. of the post-
diluvian world, xii. 115.
Heaven and earth, their final re- Jealousy, the lover's hell, v. 449.
novation by fire, xi. 898. xii. Immortality of the soul discussed,
547. after-happiness therein,
Innocence, the state of it de-
Heaven, the joys, &c. of it de- scribed, iv. 312, 492, 738. v.
scribed, iii. 344. its gate, 501. 211, 303, 443. viii. 40, 510.
v. 253. passage from thence to Intellectual beings, a faculty of
the world, iii, 526. its general them, ii. 146.
creation, 716. visible, the study Invocations, the author's, i. 6.
of it how necessary, viii. 66. jji. 51. vii. 1. xi. 20.
speculations of its motions, or Jove, (a fallen angel,) i. 512.
the earth's, censured, 70. how Israelites, the story of their bond-
situated, respecting the world, age, and deliverance from
and hell, x. 320.
Egypt, related, xii. 163. of the
Hell described, i. 60, 228. ii. 587, settlement of their civil and