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ABBADIE, Dr. quoted, vi. 387, 388, 412, 413, 451–454
Abel, why God had respect to him and his offering,

iii. 521
Abraham, his works of faith, ii. 333—his justification,

iii. 489–493
Academy, Royal of Paris, the judicious award of, vi. 332
Acceptance with God, the condition of, i. 266-271-

different degrees of, i: 462—464
Account of Mr. Fletcher's conversion, vii. 329
Adam, his sin not necessary to the manifestation of

the Eternal Word, iv. 61, 62–his moral state before

his apostacy, v. 286
Addison, Mr,, quoted, note, iii. 502
Address to earnest seekers of salvation, i. 213
Adopai, the import of, vi. 382
Advent of Christ, the difference between the 1st & 2d,

iji. 473, 474
Advocate, what? v. 448
Affections, their disorder and irregularity, i, 62, 63
Afflicted persons, suitable advice to, v. 414--417,

457, 458.

Afflictions, the utility of, v. 411, 412
Agency, moral, consistent with natural and revealed

religion, i. 232—free, of the checks, does not cross
the designs of God, iii. 360-free, does not make
man independent of God, iv. 64–67—does not re-
present God as disappointed when he says, “I would
and ye would not,” iv. 67-69free, how it applies
to God, angels, and glorified saints, iv. 118–121–

involuntary, renders sinners excusable, iv, 122
Agony of Christ, what ? iv. 571–573
Air, reflections on the, vi. 403
Albans, St., Archdeacon of, mentioned, vi. 308
Alexandrinus, Cyrillus, ascribed man's sio to himself,

iii. 321-Clemens, his thoughts on man's free agency,

iii. 322
Alienation from God, evidences of, i. 64–67
Alipius, charged with the rebuilding of Jerusalem, iv.506
Alleine, Joseph, a quotation from his Alarm to the

Unconverted, ii, 247
Alms-deeds, their importance, i. 559
Alpha and Omega, titles given to Christ, vi. 391
Ambition, what ? i, 72
Ambrose, St. a strenuous defender of the 2d gospel-

axiom, iii. 318
America, the case of, widely different from that of

Ireland and the Palatinate of Chester, v. 32-34
Animal kingdom, reflections on the, vi. 404, 405
Amos the prophet, foretold the coming of Christ, vii. 43
Anabaptists, German, their Antinomianism, ii. 337–

the turbulent spirit of, in the time of Cromwell, v.
44, 45, 51-56-how Cromwell served them, v. 56–

some mild and moderate, v. 111, 112
Anecdotes, illustrative of the incomprehensibility of

God, vi. 332
Andrews, Bishop, his judgment of the doctrine of the

Fathers respecting election and reprobation, iii. 329
Angels, the fall of, iv. 9, 10—and men made to enjoy

a day of salvation, iv, 164
Anger of God, what ? i. 493, 494
Ammianus Marcellinus, referred to, iv. 506

Antinomianism, a gigantic foe to Christianity, i. 364

Antinomianism defined, i. 366; iii. 206—its prevalence

amongst congregations and ministers, i. 371-384
practical, few professors free from, i. 395–403
more danger from this than from Pharisaism, i. 414,
415—why good men fall into it ? ii. 7—the princi-
pal errors of, ii. 8, 9-scripture and experience, an-
tidotes against, ii. 9, 10-inseparably connected with
Calvinism, ii. 92—of hearers, often occasioned hy
that of preachers, ii. 319_separates faith and works,
ii. 338—nearly allied to Popish Pharisaism, ii. 340
-drives men into Socinianism, infidelity, and
fatalism, ii. 346_defiles the sounder part of the Ro.
mish and Protestant churches, ii. 350, 351--on-

masked, what, iv. 354–356
Antinomians, their execrable persecution of the

Quakers, ii. 339—deceive the simple by fair speeches,

note, ii. 390
Anti-evangelical, what, note, ii. 372
Apostasy, the possibility of, proved, i. 503—and mi-

sery of man proved from scripture and reason, vii.

Apostates, what the inspired writers say of, ili. 236

Apostle, what it signifies, vi. 37, 38
Apostles, false, the portrait of, vi. 25-32
Appeal to matter of fact, its design, i. 213—the last, to

be made to scripture, in proof of any article of faith,
vi. 312
Appointed to be disobedient," the true sense of,

iii. 158
Aquinas, Thomas, leaned towards the doctrines of

Augustine, iii. 442
Arianism, what, iii. 446
Arius, what he taught concerning the Father and the

Son, vi. 327
Arminius, James, an assertor of general redemption, i.

229—what concession he ought to have made, ii.
278deemed an heretic by Antinomians, ii. 339—

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