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John iii. 13, viii. 58, explained - - -

John xi. 8 - . - - - - -

John xi. 38; Matt. xxvi. 2; John xiii. 6, xvi. 32; Matt. ii.

18, 15; John vi. 62 - - - -

John xvi. 7, 5, 28, xiii. 36 - - - -

Matt. xviii. 20, explained - - - -

Luke xvi. 29 - - - -

The second position of the Editor, on the incomprehensibility

of the nature of Jesus - - - -

Matt. xi. 27, explained - - - -

John xiv. 16, 17 - - - - -

Mark xiii, 32; Matt. xi. 28, explained - -

Prov. xxix. 17, explained - - - -

The third position of the Editor, on Jesus forgiving sins in an

independent manner - - - -

Mark ii. 5, 9, explained - - - -

Acts v. 31, 32, xiii. 38 - - - -

Luke xxiii. 34, xi. 4; Matt. vi. 14 - - -
The fourth position of the Editor, respecting the almighty
power of Jesus - - - - -

John v. 21–23, explained - - -

John v. 19–36 - - - - -

Deut. xviii. 15, 18; Acts ili. 22, vii. 37, considered

Matt. xx. 23, xii. 28, xxvi. 39, considered - -

Matt. xxvi. 42; Luke xxii. 32; John xii. 27, separately ex-

plained - - - - - -

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Matt. x. 40; John v. 23, separately explained - 43

Matt. v. 48 - - - - - 44

The fifth position of the Editor, respecting the judgment of the
world by Jesus - - - - - ib.
Matt. iii. 9; Luke i. 37 - - - - ib.
From this the Editor infers his omniscience - - 45
Mark xiii. 32, considered - - - - ib.
John v. 26, 27, 30, considered - - - ib.
The sixth position of the Editor, respecting the worship ac-
cepted by Jesus - - - - - ib.

Daniel ii. 46; Matt. xviii. 26, considered - - 46

John iv. 24; Matt. iv. 10, xix. 17 - - 47

John ix. 31, 33, 38; Mark v. 7 - - - ib.

Luke xvii. 15, 16; Matt. xiv. 33, xv. 25; Mark viii. 29;

Luke xxiv. 19 - - - - - 48

John vi. 69, xx. 31; Matt. viii. 2 - - - 49

The worship paid to Jesus inferior to divine - 45–49

Jesus himself worshiped the Father: Matt. vi. 9, xxvi. 53;

John xvi. 26; Luke xxii. 41, 42; Mark xiv. 35, 36;

Luke vi. 12, x. 21 ; John xi. 41; Matt. xxvii. 46; John

iv. 22 - - - - - - 50

The seventh position of the Editor, respecting the form of

Baptism, Matt. xxviii. 19; Exod. xiv. 31 - - 51

Mohummud joins his own name with that of God in his form

of belief - - - - - ib.

Matt. xxviii. 18, considered - - - 52

Synonymous expressions employed by Mohummud and Jesus 53

Moosulmans, notwithstanding, remain strict Monotheists 54

CHAPTER IV.

Texts adduced in support of the atonement, explained 55

Luke iv. 43, ii. 47–49; John xvii. 8 - - 56

The sufferings of Jesus, and of other Prophets, unaccountable,

except as prophesied - - - - 57

John ix. 3; Mark xii. 1–9, considered - - 57, 58

John xv. 21, 22 - - - - - 58

Page The first inconsistent with the nature of God - - 59 The last inconsistent with justice - - - 60 Jesus averse to the death of the cross - - - ib. Matthew xxvi. 37, 39, 42, 43; Mark xiv. 36; Luke xxii. 42, 44; John xii. 27 - - - ib. Luke xi. 17, 18; Matt. xxvi. 53, 54, considered - 61 The application of the term Saviour to Jesus a supposed proof of the atonement - - - - - ib. Obadiah 21; Nehemiah ix. 27; 2 Kings xiii. 5, considered 62 Jesus is a Saviour from inculcating the word of God - ib. John xv. 3, v.24, vi. 63, considered - - 62, 63 God declares Christ a Prophet equal to Moses - 63 Matthew v. 7 - - - - - ib. Matthew xxiii. 2, 3 - - - - ib. Jesus was a perfect teacher of the Divine will - - 64 Matthew v. 21, 22 - - - - - ib. Matthew v. 27, 28, 31, 32, 38, 39, 43–45, considered, 64, 65 The term “Lamb of God” explained - - ib. Nature of Christ - - - - - 66 God shews mercy for righteousness' sake - - 67 Genesis xxx. 27; Jeremiah xxvii. 18; Genesis xlviii. 16; Exodus xxiii. 20, 21 - - - - ib. The Author offers no opinion on this doctrine - 68 CHAPTER W. Disputes ascribed to the different interpretations of the Dogmas 69 Illiberality in supposing that the primitive Christians shed each other's blood from worldly motives - - 70 Mosheim's Authority, Vol. I. pp. 419, 420 - 70, 71 Illiberal remarks may be equally applied to the Apostles and Martyrs - - - - - 71 The cause of the final success of Alexandrians (afterwards called the Orthodox) over Arians - - - 72 Violent contentions between Roman Catholics and Protestants ib. Matthew x, 34, explained by its contents - - 73 Difference between the peculiar Doctrines of the Gospel and the tenet of the existence of God - am - 74

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