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AN

IN D E X

OF THE

MOST MATERIAL THINGS CONTAINED IN THIS BOOK, PLACED

IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER.

Basilides, 308. 336.

Belief, general notion of it, 18. 22.-
of the heart, 33.

What it is to believe, 33.

To believe in, whence this phrase had
its original, and what it implies, 38, 39.

Bonosus, 291.
Buddas, 117.

Burial, not allowed by the Roman laws
to persons crucified, 360. Reasons of our
Saviour's burial, with the manner of it,
360. Grounds for decent burial of all
Christians, 369.

ABSOLUTION of the church, heresy to
deny it, 591.

Adam, how many generations we are
probably removed from him, 115.

Adoption, what it is, 58.
Ætius, 510.

Alcoran, it teaclieth that God hath no
Son, 231.

Almighty, the notion of it, 81. Three
degrees of God's Almighty power, 83.
How some extend the word Almighty, 87.
A distinction between the first and second
Almighty in the Creed, 88. 465.-

Anabaptists of Flanders, their heresy,
272.

Angels created, 94.

Anointing, the use and design of it, 144.
Anointings under the law typified that of
Christ, 162. The Jews' anointing oil was
hid in the days of Josiah, 170. Christ
was anointed with the Holy Ghost, 171.
This proved to be a proper and sufficient
unction, 173, 174. Where see the

gene-
ral reasons for anointing.

Anomeans, 510.
Antidicomarianitæ, 291.
Apelles, 444.
A pollinarians, 270. 290. 313. 391,392.
Arians, 64. 227.270. 313. 392. 510.
Aristotle, his maxim, That' out of no-
thing nothing can be produced, refuted,
101.

Ascension, that Christ ascended not
into heaven till after his resurrection,
proved, 186. The effects of his ascension,
445, 446.

Assent, what it is, 18.
Augustine, St. bis wish, 32.

Authority, of testimony, wherein it con-
sisteth, 20, 21.

Calvin, bis explication of Christ's descent
into hell, 380.

Catechising before Easter very ancient,
and the reason of it, 33, &c.

Catholic. The general meaning of the
word, and the particular sense of it when
applied to the church, 556, 557.

Wherein its catholicism consisteth, 560,
561.

Cerdon, 118. 269. 308.

Chaldeans, their forged accounts of time,
108.

Chaldee paraphrase. See Word of
God.

Charity, motive to it, 576.

Christ, the signification of that name,
141, 142. The Jews expected Christ, and
upon what grounds, 144. The time of
his coming ascertained, 146, 147. To
what end Christ was anointed, for what
offices, in what manner, 162–175. That
Christ had a real existence in hea.
ven before he was born of the Virgin,
proved, 185–196. Christ the true God,
221, &c. How Christ is born in us, 282.

Church, what it is in the language of
the New Testament, 543—548. The au-
thor's definition of it, 550. Why called
holy, 552. In what persons this holiness

Baptism, available for the remission of
all sins before it, 590.

of Christ's burial only, 375. Three scrip-
tures of greatest validity to prove Christ's
real descent into hell, 376-379. Va-
rious opinions about it, 379. The most
received and reasonable notion of it, 388,
&c. The end and design of it, 395. 112.

Devotion, a proper motive to it, 473.

Divinity of Christ proved, 204, &c.
The identity of it with that of the Father,
210. 215. 226. He has it, not of himself,
but by communication' from the Father,
227. Divinity of Christ suffered not, 312.
319. How then can we say that God suf-
fered ? answered, 313, 314.

Docetæ, what their heresy was, 269.
308.

Donatists, their error, 550.

Durandus, his explication of Christ's
descent into hell, 380.

is really inherent, 553, 554. Necessity of
believing in the holy catholic church,562,
563.

Clergy, constantly repeated the Creed
to the people, 37.

To Communicate with sinners in that
which is no sin, is lawful, 572.

Communication of the Divine essence
from the Father to the Son, 227-234.
From the Father and the Son to the Holy
Ghost, 520.

Communion of saints with God and an-
gels, 569–571. With one another on
earth, 572. Of saints on earth with saints
departed, 573. How saints communicate
with hypocrites, 572.

Confession of the mouth, 34. Neces-
sity of it, 35. Practice of it useful, 37.
Every one obliged to it, ib.

Conscience, twofold, 477. Bears wit-
ness to the being of God, 618.

Contradiction, how an action may im.
ply it, 468.

Creation, the oldest poets and philoso-
phers taught it, 96. Some in after ages
denied it upon weak arguments, 97, which
are there set down. Creation defined, 99.
Why attributed to the Father, 118. What
uses may be raised from the doctrine of
the creation, ib. Two ways whereby
heretics elude the force of those scriptures
which ascribe the creation to Christ, 196,
197.

Creature, God cannot receive any real
benefit from it, 85. How then hath he
made all things for himself ? See 86.
Every creature is good, 116.

A new
creature and new creation, what, 197.

Credible, credibility, what it is, 20.

Creed, whence so called, 1. A threefold
signification of it, 2. Recited at baptism,
35. We believe what it contains no other-
wise than as we find it in the Scriptures,
376.
· Cross, the form of it, 338. The acer-
bity and ignominy of it, 342.

Crucified, that the Messias was to be,
330, &c. Multitudes of Jews crucified by
the Romans, 347.

Crucifixion forbidden by the Christian
emperors, 337. The death of slaves only,
342.

Earth, the foundation, and heaven the
roof of the temple of God, 92.

Egyptians, their forged accounts of time,
108. They said the sun had twice risen
in the west, 110.

How that prophecy, “they shall call his
name Emmanuel," was fulfilled in Christ,
129.

Elipandus, 237, 238.
Epiphanes, 269.
Eternity of God proved, 44, 45. 94.

Eternity of hell torments, 621–625.
Origen's error about them, 626.

Eudoxius, 510.

Evident to sense, what is so, 20. To the
understanding, what is so, 21.

Eunomius, 270. 290. 510.
Eusebius, 510.
Eutychians, 272, 273. 392.
Euzoius, 64.

David, Christ himself so called, and
why, 258. 457. Throne of David, how
continued for evermore, 457.

Days of Christ's death, how made out
to be three, 429, 430.

Dead. Jews never burnt the bodies of
their dead, 360. Romans and Grecians
did, 369. Why they left this custom' off,
ibid.

Death, what it is, 351. Death of Christ
necessary for more ends than one, 359.
How Christ destroys the power of death,
459, 460,

Descent into hell, understood by some

Faith, the object of it, 18. 23. The'act
of faith must be applied to the object, ac-
cording to the nature of it, 550.

Human faith, what it is, 22.
Divine faith, 'what it is, 23, 24.
How to come at the right notion of
faith, 25.

Definition of the apostolic faith, 29.
Another definition of Christian faith, 33.

Faith, i. e. affiance in God, the grounds
of it, 472.

Father, heathens worshipped God as
such, 55. Why God is so called, 55, 56.
Necessity of believing in God as our Fa-
ther, 59. It is a reason for our imitation of
God, 61. Why Christ says your, but
never our Father, ib. God is called Fa-
ther in the Creed, with respect chiefly to
Christ, 62. How many ways he is the
Father of Christ, 66. Father denotes pri-
ority, and how, 67. 70. 520. Proper no-
tion of the Father, 78.

Felix, 237, 238.
: Footstool, how the enemies of Christ,
Jews and Romans, were made his foot-
stool, 458.

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