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Luke's Gospel; on many have taken in hand," L. i. 1; on
the dumbness of Zacharias, a symbol of the Jewish nation,
mute through unbelief, 22; holds that Mary's betrothal was
designed to conceal her virginity from the devil, and so keep
him in ignorance of the advent of Christ, 27; refutation of
the Marcionite heresy, ii. 23; our Lord catechized in the
Temple, 46; his obedience to his parents, 51; the duty of sub-
mission generally, ib.; thinks that there were three different
women who anointed our Lord's feet, L. vii. 36-59; the parable
of the good Samaritan spiritualized, x. 31; on Christ, the
Word, "the true Light," J. i. 9; "the Word was made
flesh," 14; John the Baptist's inferiority to Christ, 27;
on the miraculous expulsion of the money-changers and
sellers of oxen and sheep from the Temple, ii. 15; the nature
of grace, 16; the Sanctuary a type of Christ's body, 19;
God worshipped in spirit and in truth, iv. 21; the Samaritans
expected a Messiah, 25; our Lord speaking the words of life
in the Temple, J. viii. 20; death in unrepented sin, 21; "this
did not Abraham," 40; "shall never see death," 51; Caia-
phas prophesies "that year," xi. 49; perversion of Scripture
by evil men, 51; Christ washes the feet of Judas, xiii. 3. 18;
reference to Isa. lii. 7, 5; "thou hast no part with me," 8;
our Lord's humility singular and exemplary, 14; difference
between Satan's "putting an evil thought into the heart," and
66 entering in" himself, 27; "Now is the Son of man glo-
rified," 31; the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and the
Son, xv. 26; the office of deacons, A. vi. 3-6; the consecra-
tion of heathen literature to the service of Christianity, vii. 22;
the baptism of infants received by the primitive Church from
the Apostles, xvi. 15; Paul takes the Nazarite's vow, xxi.
24; some of his works written entirely with his own hand,
¿λóypapo, G. vi. 11; on the unity of the Church, 1 C. i. 2;
instance of St. Paul's prudence, 11; on 26; "comparing spi-
ritual things with spiritual" explained, ii. 13; emendation of
the passage, from his writings, iii. 4; Christ is the only Foun-
dation, 12-15; on secret sins, iv. 4; on Tues, 18; “Charity
envieth not," 1 C. xiii. 4; rendering of où reрTEрEVETαι, ib.;
on xiv. 34; on St. Paul's possession of the gift of tongues, R.
i. 14; 'lovdalov πрâтоv, ii. 9; the dominion of Conscience, 14.
16; on vi. 6; "the wages of sin," 23; on vii. 4; on the self-
abasement of St. Paul, 7; effect of the Law upon Sin, 9. 12;
on viii. 35; on Free-will and Universal Redemption, ix. 18;
xii. 6; on xi. 21-23; ascribes to the Valentinian heretics
those doctrines which have been propagated in modern times
by the adherents of Calvin, ib. exposition of x. 6--9, and of
xi. 28; "give place unto wrath," xii. 19; on E. i. 22; on
iii. 1; symbolical significance of the Cross, iii. 18; on the
mention of names in Scripture, 1 Ti. i. 18; cites 2 P. i. 4,
ii. 16. 19, and iii. 15, 16; on propitiation and atonement, 1 J.
iv. 10; cites Jud. 6.
apper room," rò Tepov, to which the Apostles returned after
witnessing the Ascension, 13; on the providential prearrange-
ment for the spread of Christianity by means of the diaσπopal,
ii. 9--11; on ii. 27; image of the primitive Church, 42; on
Ἰωάννην καὶ ̓Αλέξανδρον, iv. 6; on the resemblance in sound
between ̓Ιησοῦς and ἴασις, iv. 30; and between πάσχα and
Táo xw, ib.; on the Epistle Barnabas, 36; on the guilt of
Ananias, v. 5; the Holy Eucharist administered daily in the
Apostolic Church, and at the ordinary meal, vi. 2; the insti-
tution of the diaconate, 3-6; on the providential dispensation
traceable in the existence of the class of Proselytes of the Gate,
as a preparatory provision for the extension of the Gospel, 5;
Joseph a type of Christ, vii. 9; the carefulness of the primi
tive Christians of the rites of burial, viii. 1-4; effect which
Christianity had upon the national usages of sepulture, ib.;
importance of the rite of Confirmation, 14-18; Paul's abode in
Arabia, ix. 28; the designation "Christians," xi. 26; the Holy
Ghost's special office in sending the Apostles, xiii. 1; change
of names in Scripture, 9; points in which Paul's teaching at
Athens came in contact with the tenets of the Epicureans and
Stoics, A. xvii. 18; Titus never mentioned in the Acts of the
Apostles, xviii. 7; providential prearrangement for the diffusion
of the Gospel by the spread of the Roman arms, xix. 31; the
Messiah was to suffer, xxvi. 23; on d σrparonedάpxns, xxviii.
16; on 1 C. i. 30; derivation of the term "Church," xi. 20,
21; the eternity of Christ's kingdom, xv. 25; meaning of
Kатаруeîтaι 8 ávaтos, 26; on the true reading of ver. 51;
identity of the raised body, 2 C. v. 10; on our being "recon-
ciled to God," 18; the efficacy of Christ's death proved by his
Resurrection, R. iv. 25; exposition of viii. 11; and of 26; the
Divinity of Christ asserted, ix. 5; this ninth chapter never
interpreted in support of the Doctrine of Predestination and
Reprobation by the Fathers of nearly four centuries, 18; a
public profession of faith necessary, x. 6-9; on E. i. 7; on ii.
6; on the symbolical significance of the Cross, iii. 18; expo-
sition of C. i. 15; Christ's triumphs on the Cross, ii. 15; on
H. i. 2; on the typical sense of the Levitical ordinances, ix. 7;
Christ's conception by the Holy Ghost, the belief of it why
necessary, 14; exposition of 22; on the emendation or correct
interpretation of the Hebrew Text by the aid of the Septuagint,
x. 5; blessed state of the souls of the just in the interval
between death and the resurrection, xii. 23; on 1 Ti. ü. 6; on
presbyters and deacons, Introductory Note to 1 Ti. chap. iii.;
on v. 22; on the term "Word," as used by the Jews, Jam. i. 18;
"save a soul from death," v. 20; error respecting the state of
Babylon in the time of the Apostles, 1 P. v. 13; on Christ's
descent into Hades, iii. 18-22; design of the first Epistle of
St. John, Introduction to the Epistle; two principal heresies
in the Apostolic age, ib., note 2; remission of sins in Baptism,
1 J. ii. 12; Antichrist, 20.
Peschito, or Syriac Version, Pt. i. p. 1.
Peter, S., of Alexandria, on the word τараσkeυn, M. xxvii. 62.
Polycarp, S., explained 2 Th. i. 4; see above, Index of Matters;
often refers to St. Peter's First Epistle, 1 P. i. 8. 13.
Primasius, on St. Paul's motive in visiting St. Peter at Jerusalem,
G. i. 18; on St. Paul's dispute with St. Peter at Antioch, ii.
17; on the nature and use of the Law, ii. 19; on G. iii. 1; on
1 C. vii. 16, 17; "give place unto wrath," R. xii. 19; expo-
sition of P. i. 17; and of ii. 6; why St. Paul suppressed his
name in his Epistle to the Hebrews, H. i. 1; on 2; on TVεûμa
and yux, iv. 12; on Tit. ii. 13; Rev. ii. 1; xi. 3, 4.
Prudentius, on Alpha and Omega, Rev. i. 8; on the Cross as a
trophy, v. 5.
Paley, Dr., ground of the argument handled by him in his "Hora
Paulinæ," A. xvi. 6.
Papias, on the four Maries, M. xii. 46; on the relation between
St. Peter and St. Mark, Introduction to the Gospel of St.
Mark, note, p. 112; and see J. vii., Review, p. 309.
Patritius, on the genealogies of our Lord in the Gospels, M. i. 1;
on the formula, "that it might be fulfilled," 22; on the per-
petual virginity of our Lord's mother, 25; on the day of our
Lord's birth, ii. I; on the day on which our Lord ate the last
Passover, xxvi. 17; on the correct interpretation of L. ii. 2; on
the τετραρχίαι, iii. 1.
Pearson, Bp., on the opening of the heavens at our Lord's
baptism, M. iii. 16; on the parallelism between Joshua and
Jesus, x. 2; on the Visible Church, xiii. 30; on the word
'Church," xvi. 18; on punishment by crucifixion, xxvii. 35;
on our Lord's assumption of his mediatorial kingdom, xxviii.
18; on the eternity of future punishment, M. xxv. 46; Mk. ix.
44; on the operation of the Holy Ghost in the conception of
our Lord, L. i. 35; on the Blessed Virgin's low and exalted
condition, 48; on the right interpretation of L. ii. 2; on
προέκοπτε σοφίᾳ καὶ ἡλικίᾳ, ii. 52; the character of Pontius
Pilate, xiii. 1; our Lord's tomb, and the womb of the Virgin,
parallel between them, xxiii. 53; on the term Aoyos applied to
Christ, J. i. 1; his presence in heaven before his bodily Ascen-
sion, iii. 13; exposition of vi. 22; the doctrine of transubstan-
tiation not known in the earlier ages of the Church, J 52;
the procession of the Holy Spirit from the Father and the
Son, xv. 26; the piercing of our Lord's side, in fulfilment of
Zech. xii. 10, xix. 37; on xxi. 25; the foundations of local
reverence for national deities among the heathen broken down
by the Macedonian and Roman monarchies, Vol.
comment on Gal. ii. 1, xxxv., note 2; on the tradition respect-
ing the abode of the Apostles for twelve years after the Ascen-
sion of our Lord, A. i. 4. 9; on the tradition respecting "the
Remigius, on the law of the Sabbath, M. xii. 8; on the institution
and design of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, xxvi. 17.
Rosenmüller, the fate and fortunes of the series of twenty-six
high priests, reckoned backward from the destruction of Jeru-
salem, L. iii. 2; the dress and badges of freemen, as distin
guished from slaves, xv. 22; τὴν δόξαν, J. i. 14; χάριτος καὶ
ἀληθείας, ib.; on the Baptism of John, 25; ἀρχιτρίκλινος, ii.
8; oùк ÈK μéтpov, iii. 34; on the intercourse of the Jews with
the Samaritans, iv. 9 ; θεωρῶ, vi. 40 ; εἷς καθ ̓ εἷς, viii. 9; τὴν
ἀρχήν, 25 ; on “ Siloam,” ix. 7; ὁ υἱὸς τῆς ἀπωλείας, xvii. 12;
the aloes which were anciently employed in embalming, xix. 39;
ἐπικαλεῖσθαι τὸ ὄνομα Κυρίου, Α. ii. 21 ; limitation of the com
munity of goods in the primitive Church, 42; voua 'Inoov,
est Jesus Ipse, iii. 16; ψεύσασθαί σε τὸ Πνεῦμα, v. 3; on the
due form of Ordination, vi. 6; on the mode of citation from the
Old Testament in the New, xiii. 22; the opulence of St. Paul's
family, xvi. 37; shows that the worship of Artemis continued
at Ephesus for some centuries after his visit to that city,
Sanderson, Bishop, on swearing, M. v. 34, note 7; on singleness of
purpose, vi. 22, note 1; on Herod's oath, xiv. 9; on tradition, xv.
Taylor, Bp. Jeremy, on the power of the keys, M. xviii. 18; on
the Blessed Virgin's low and exalted condition, L. i. 48; on the
duty of nursing children, 1 Ti. iii. 7; on "the coming in" of
the Law, R. v. 20; on vii. 7; on the marriage tie, E. v. 32;
on the Eternity of Future punishments, Jud. 7.
Tertullian, on the word ixeùs, M. iv. 19; on "our daily bread,"
vi. 11; on temptation, 13; on the healing of the leper, viii.
3; on the miracle of the destruction of the Gergesene swine,
28; on "the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence," xii. 1;
on the power of the keys, xvi. 19, note 1; on the salutary
exercise of faith, xxvii. 9; on the supernatural darkness at
the crucifixion, 45; testimony respecting the Gospel of St.
Mark, Introductory Note, p. 112; Mk. xvi. 9; religion not to
be propagated by violence, L. ix. 55 ; on τί θέλω, εἰ ἤδη ἀνήφθη;
xii. 49; on the lost piece of silver, xv. 9; on perseverance and
importunity in prayer, xviii. 1; on Paradise, xxiii. 42, 43;
interpretation of J. iii. 4; strange calumny propagated in his
time with regard to the Resurrection, xx. 15; the Apostles
"declare the whole counsel of God," xvi. 12; on the indulgence
shown by the Roman civil power to the Apostolic Church, A. iv.
6; the Church derives strength from persecution, viii. 1-4;
Jacob's prophecy respecting Benjamin applied to Paul, ix. 1;
on the parts taken respectively by Paul and Barnabas, xv. 39;
his eloquent vindication of the Christians against the charge of
disaffection to the ruling powers, xvii. 7; summary of the
ethical systems of the Epicureans and Stoics, 18; on 1 Th. ii. 3;
on the Second Advent, iii. 13; greater value of his writings, as
critical helps in regard to the Text of the New Testament,
than those of any contemporaneous Greek Father, ib.: on
mourning for the dead, iv. 13; 2 Th. i. 3-12, this prophecy
expounded; on 1 C. i. 25; and ii. 8; exposition of ʊxids and
πVEUMATIKOS, 14; cites v. 13; proof of the reality of Christ's
human body, against the Marcionites, vi. 20; interpretation of
vii. 29; observations on the Holy Estate of Matrimony, 36;
on ver. 40; on ix. 24; on the woman "dishonouring her
head," xi. 10; on Charity, xiii. 1; rendering of ver. 4; and of
KATAρYNOŃσOVтai, 8; on the use of Amen in the early Church,
16; the same God wrote the Law on the Tables of stone, and
writes His Law by the Spirit on the Heart, 2 C. iii. 6; his
vindication of 2 C. iii. 6-15, against the Marcionites; expla-
nation of ver. 18; proves the resurrection of the body from iv.
10. 14; on the glorified body, v. 3; on the word Paradise,"
xii. 2-4; on Free-will, R. ix. 18; on "the analogy of the
Faith," xii. 6; on E. ii. 3; on the views and feelings of a
Christian martyr, iii. 1; exposition of C. i. 19; version of 24;
P. ii. 6 explained; on 1 Ti. vi. 20; on Church Government by
Bishops, Tit. i. 7; on Baptismal regeneration, iii. 5; on
Heresy, 10; refers to 2 Ti. iv. 6; on 2 P. iii. 5; on the design
of St. John's writings, Introduction to the First Epistle of St.
John; cites 1 J. ii. 19; and iii. 16; character of the Epistle of
St. Jude, Jud. 1.
Theodore of Mopsuestia, quoted, Part i. p. xlv.
Theodoret, on "Thou art Peter," &c., M. xvi. 18; on 1 Th. ii.
17; and iii. 3; on the effect of the death of Christ upon that
of believers, iv. 14; on the Law and the Gospel, against the
Judaizers, G. ii. 18; on 1 C. i. 26; and on ii. 13; against the
Roman theory that Peter and his pretended successors are the
Rock of the Church, iii. 11; on "all things are lawful for me,"
vi. 12; on viii. 3; on "that Rock was Christ," x. 4; on the
abuse of the Agapæ, xi. 21; present things, in the Sacraments,
a shadow of the future, xiii. 12; on the abuse of the gift of
tongues, xiv. 1; “but bare grain,” xv. 36; èπéɣvære ημâs ànd
Mépovs, 2 C. i. 13; exposition of i. 17, and 19; on the singing
of hymns, ii. 14; on the shining of Moses' face, iii. 18; on the
glorified body, v. 3; on almsgiving, ix. 5. 11; interpretation
of R. iv. 2; affirms that St. Paul visited Spain, xv. 24; note
on C. ii. 1; held that St. Paul visited Colossæ, C. ii. 1; ac-
count of Philemon, Introduction to the Epistle to him; on the
functions of πρεσβύτεροι and ἐπίσκοποι, P. i. 3; on H. viii. 4 ;
on the passing away of Levitical shadows, xiii. 10-16; on 1
Ti. i. 16; Christ died for all, ii. 5; "Adam was not deceived,"
14; on iii. 16; on the duties of a bishop, Tit. i. 7; on ii. 13;
on E. i. 15.
9, note 1; on binding and loosing, xvi. 19; on the lawfulness |
of usury, xxv. 27; positive commands even of divine origin,
not immutable, if not in order to a permanent end, xxvi. 20;
on the difference between true and false repentance, xxvii. 3;
on the Sabbath, xxviii. 1; on the lawfulness of the profession
of arms, L. iii. 14; the abuse of "Piorum Exempla," ix. 54; the
nature of true repentance exemplified, xv. 21; Conscience
hoodwinked by Popery, xix. 20; how Judas was given to the
Son by the Father, J. xvii. 12; on Acts ii. 23; on sins of pre-
sumption and sins of ignorance, A. iii. 17; on the limits of
obedience to human authority, iv. 19, 20; on God's employing
evil instruments for the accomplishment of his beneficent
purposes, iv. 28; on the application of Acts iv. 32, to the
doctrine of Christian Unity; on the inhibition of fornication to
the Gentiles at the Council of Jerusalem, xv. 20; on the
Apostolic restraint from the eating of blood and things strangled,
ib.; an enlightened conscience alone can be a safe guide, xxiii.
1; no sufficient security in consciousness of good intention, ib.:
on Paul's words, "I knew not that he was the high priest,"
5; on the guilt of assuming a dominion over Conscience, Jam.
iv. 12; on Covetousness, I Ti. ii. 5; the guilt of the unbelieving
Jews, 1 Ti. ii. 16; on the practical duties arising from a con-
sideration of St. Paul's case, as having a special call, G. i. 16;
on the insufficiency of Human Examples to serve as Rules of
Conscience and Conduct, ii. 13; on the true nature and use of
the Law, 19; on Christian Liberty, v. 1; on the supernatural
grace of God, 17; on the office and dignity of the Human
Conscience, 1 C. ii. 11; on party spirit at Corinth, iii. 4; on
the holy and comfortable use of the creatures, 22, 23; on the
nature and aim of Excommunication, v. 5. 11; on "all things
are lawful for me," vi. 12; on the due regulation of our con-
duct in the exercise of our Christian Liberty in the use of God's
creatures, ib.; practical results from the consideration of Christ's
right over us, 20; on vii. 24; cases in which we are bound to
abridge ourselves of our Christian Liberty in things indifferent,
x. 32; on the example of St. Paul as a precedent, grounded on
its strict conformity to that of Christ, xi. I; spiritual gifts a
manifestation of the Spirit, xii. 7; endeavours must be con-
joined with prayer, ib.; difference between the graces of sanc-
tification, and those of edification, ib.; God teaches us, but
dimly, by the eye, in his creatures; and by the ear in his holy
Word preached, xiii. 12; the Liberty of the Gospel, 2 C. iii.
16; on St. Paul's self-praise in self-vindication, xi. 17; his
confinement in Damascus, and his escape thence, 32, 33; con-
nexion of this incident with what goes before and follows, ib.;
his rapture into the third heaven, xii. 2; "the day of wrath,"
R. ii. 5; on the dominion of Conscience, 14, 15; exposition
of R. iii. 8; Faith defined, 28; on "I fought with beasts at
Ephesus," xv. 32; Christians never released from obedience to
the Moral Law, vi. 15; vii. 6; on ix. 3, and 19; public pro-
fession of the truth as necessary as true belief, x. 9; on xi. 36;
and xii. 5; rule to be observed where one place of Scripture
yields two senses, 19; the substance of all political power is
God's ordinance, but the specification of the circumstances
thereto belonging is a human ordinance, xiii. 1; the jus gladii
defined, 4; Rites and Ceremonies of the Church binding, xiv.
1. 13; the value of our good name, P. iv. 8; on Final Perse-
verance, H. x. 26; on the persecutions of the Jewish Chris-
tians, 32-34; on xii. 1; on the twofold birth, 9; on 1 Ti. i.
14; iv. 3; Corn. a Lapide on Divorce, 1 C. vii. 15; on 18;
on the true rendering of Gen. iii. 15; and its bearing on the
recent Papal Decree on the Immaculate Conception, R. xvi. 20;
on C. ii. 18; on" the Lord knoweth who are his," 2 Ti. i. 19;
on Jam. i. 6, and 16, and 25; on the examples of the ancient
prophets, v. 12, 13; on 1 P. i. 4; divine caution against the
abuse of Christian Liberty, ii. 16; Sermon on 17; character-
istics of a good conscience, iii. 16; on dominari in cleris, v. 3;
the Law of Love delivered in the Gospel is also in the Law of
Moses, and of Nature, 1 J. ii. 7.
Seneca, on the word σTEкovλάTwp, Mk. vi. 27.
Severian, on the fitness of the Feast of Pentecost for the effusion
of the Holy Ghost, A. ii. 1; λεÚKOUS, 13.
Smith, James, on the Voyage and Shipwreck of St. Paul, A.
South, Dr., exposition of 2 C. xi. 14.
Spalatensis, on the genealogy of our Lord, M. i. 1, note 9.
Spanheim, on the consistency of the fulfilment of prophecy with
free-will, M. i. 22; on the High Priest's office, ii. 4; on the
parable of the Sower, iv. 4; on omissions in some Gospels
supplied in others, L. v. 1-]].
Sparrow, Bishop, on the Power of the Keys, M. xviii. 18.
Tacitus, his account of the destruction of the Temple, M. xxi.
13; of Pilate, xxvii. 2; of the Libertini, A. vi. 9; and of
Bernice, xxv. 13.
Theophrastus, on the force of deloidalμwv, A. xvii. 22.
Theophylact, on our Lord's trial of his disciples' faith, M. xiv.
25; on the kings of the earth, &c., xvii. 25; on where-
soever the carcase is, there," &c., xxiv. 28; future punish-
ment eternal, xxv. 46; on our Lord's ready submission to
caption when his time was come, xxvi. 5; on the design of
the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, 17; on the Baptism
of John, Mk. i. 4; on the disciples' want of faith in the
storm, Mk. iv. 40; on "he would there do no mighty work,"
vi. 5; on anointing with oil, 13; "he shall not lose his re-
ward," ix. 41; on "in my name," ib.; on our Lord's riding
into Jerusalem upon the foal of an ass, xi. 8; σтoßádas,
ib.; on our Lord's citing even to his last breath the Hebrew
Scriptures, xv. 34; refutation of the Nestorian heresy with
reference to the conception and birth of our Lord, L. i. 35;
on the thanksgiving of the Virgin Mary, 48; Elijah and
Elisha types of Christ, iv. 26, 27; our Lord evangelizes men
by means of their worldly occupations, v. 2; "we have toiled
all the night," 5; on our Lord's touching the bier of the
widow's son at Nain, vii. 14; thinks that there were three
different women who anointed our Lord's feet, 36-50; "he
that is not against us is for us," ix. 50; the danger of leave-
taking, in a spiritual course, 61; the correspondence between
the twelve wells at Elim, and the twelve Apostles, and between
the seventy palm-trees there, and the seventy disciples, x. 1;
"I beheld Satan fall from heaven," 18; the parable of the
good Samaritan spiritualized, 31; Martha's "much serving"
rebuked, 34; on xi. 33; the Christian's barns, xii. 18; àpieтal
iμîv d olкos úμ@v, xiii. 35; "he that is on the housetop," &c.,
xvii. 31; "there will the eagles be gathered together," 37;
the Christian Sabbath how denominated by the Hebrews, xviii.
12; the appellation of didáσkaλe addressed by the rich man to
our Lord, as to a teacher merely human, 18; the case of
Zacchæus spiritualized, xix. 4; the sin and doom of the un-
profitable servant, 20; "If they do these things in a green
tree," &c., xxiii. 31; why our Lord chose to die by crucifixion,
and publicly, at the Feast of the Passover, 33; refutation of the
Sabellian heresy, J. i. 3; "and I knew him not," 33; danger
of the Apollinarian heresy, iii. 13; refutation of the Manichæan
heresy, 14; the Gospel not contrary to the Law, ib.; the
Cross the glory of Christ, ib.; reason of the permission of John
the Baptist's early death, 24; Christ the bridegroom of the
Church, 29; "He must increase," 30; our Lord's command
to his disciples respecting their intercourse with the Samaritans,
iv. 9; "living water," 14; God to be "worshipped in spirit
and in truth," 24; the force of коμчóтeрov, 50; the miraculous
cure at the pool of Bethesda, vi. 1; God still works on the
Sabbath, 2; God draws all who are willing to come, vi. 44;
"I am the bread of life," 48; "this is a hard saying," 60;
"What and if ye shall see the Son of man ascend up where he
was before?" 62; the Apostles could, the Prophets could not,
give to others grace from the Holy Ghost, vii. 39; "I am from
above," viii. 23; "When ye have lifted up the Son of man,"
&c., 28; "ye cannot hear my word," 43; the devil is the
father of falsehood, 44; "Abraham rejoiced to see my day,"
"Jesus wept," xi. 35; "Now is my soul troubled," xii.
27; the reign of Satan brought to a close, 30, 31; Love, the
badge of Christ's disciples, xiii. 35; "He will bring all things
to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you," xiv.
26; the Apostles pass from a state of sorrow to one of rejoicing,
xvi. 21; "My kingdom is not of this world," xviii. 36; "He
that hath delivered me unto thee hath the greater sin," xix. 11;
"bearing his cross," 17; on our Lord's entering the chamber,
"the doors being shut," xx. 19; why the Holy Ghost was given
at the Feast of Pentecost, A. ii. 1; "tongues of fire," what
they typified, 3; Paul's fasting during his blindness, ix. 9;
takes the Nazarite's vow, xxi. 24; the "seven days," explained,
27; comment on 1 Th. iv. 6; on iv. 17; on 1 C. xii. 23; 2 C.
i. 6 explained; on ver. 19; on the danger of disconnecting
the means of Grace from the Letter of Scripture, iii. 6; 8
Пarhр TWν OIKтiрμŵν, i. 3; on the glorified body, v. 3; on
xiii. 1; interpretation of R. iv. 2; we are more blessed in and
by Christ than we are injured in and by Adam, R. v. 15; ex-
planation of ix. 3; example of St. Paul's prudence in govern-
ment, C. iv. 17; on excommunication, 1 Ti. i. 20; on Tit. ii.
13; on Regeneration in Baptism, iii. 5.
Thomas Aquinas, anecdote of, A. iii. 6; observations on free-
will, iv. 28.
phecy of Zacharias, L. i. 76; the prophetic notion of the
Messiah, 78; Siepphyvuтo, "in eo erat ut rumperetur," v. 6;
on the meaning of the term àλáßασтрov, vii. 37; notice
of the Meraμoppureis of Antonius Liberalis, who borrowed
much from Nicander's 'Erepolovμeva, to which Ovid is in-
debted, ix. 29 ; rendering of ἔξοδος, 31; τὸ πρόσωπον ἐστή.
ριξε, explained, 51; περιεσπᾶτο, Χ. 40; μενοῦνγε,‘Quin
imo,' xi. 28; on the ellipsis μâλλov, xv. 7; "the fatted calf,"
23; on St. Luke's use of the word aroλów, as applied to
divorce, xvi. 18; on the use and force of the particle av in the
Septuagint, xvii. 6; the deportment of the Pharisee and of the
Publican in the parable, xviii. 11; too exwv, xix. 17; the
Gospel of St. Luke and the Acts of the Apostles one work
divided into two parts, A. i. 1; distinction between TEKμhpia
and onμeîa, 3; on the term Kúpios as used by the LXX, and
applied in the New Test. to our Lord, 6; ȧreviw, 10; iii. 12;
ἅπαντες, ii. 1; τὸ ὑπερῷον, ib.; διαμεριζόμεναι, 3; ἐκάθισε,
ib.; ἀποφθέγγεσθαι, 4; διαλέκτῳ, ib.; the Apostles knew but
one dialect of one language, ib.; on 46; Julian's paronomasia
retorted, viii. 30; τῆς ὁδοῦ, ix. 2; ἀκούειν τῆς φωνῆς and
ἀκούειν τὴν φωνὴν, ΙΧ, 7; ἠρχόμην from ἔρχομαι, rare, 17;
the force of συμβιβάζων, 22; καλῶς ἐποίησας, κ. 33 ; ῥῆμα and
Aoyos, 36; on the reading 'Eaλnvioтàs, xi. 20; the force of
δὴ, xii. 2 ; χειροτονεῖν, xiv. 23; ἀλισγήματα, xv. 20; note on
xvi. 12; explanation of a difficult passage in Martial bearing
upon the interpretation of xvi. 13; mapeßidero, 15; on xvii.
14,-"to go as it were to the sea," deiridaιpoveσтépovs, 22;
Aquila = Onkelos, xviii. 1.
Victor, of Antioch, on the genuineness of the last verses of St.
Mark, Mk. xvi. 9-20.
Victorinus, on the word napaokeun, M. xxvii. 62.
Vitringa, on the Mosaic institution of divorce, M. xix. 7; the
striking resemblance of the rich fool to Nabal, L. xii. 20.
Vorstius, on TiσTevel èv, and TiσTEVEL Eis, M. xviii. 6; J. xiv.
1; on καθῆσθαι ἐπὶ πρόσωπον τῆς γῆς, L. xxi. 35 ; ἐπιθυμίᾳ
ἐπεθύμησα, xxii. 15 ; γέννημα, ib.; ξύλον = fr, xxiii. 31; “ If
they do these things in a green tree," &c., ib.; on "to come
into the world,” J.i. 9; πᾶν--μὴ, vi. 39 ; διδακτοὶ Θεοῦ, 45;
οὐ μὴ εἰς τὸν αἰῶνα, xi. 26 ; δωρεὰν, xv. 22.
Wake, Archbishop, on the reverence due to the Scripture expo-
sitions of the Apostolic Fathers, Pt. i., Preface, p. xiv.
Waterland, Dr., on the reverence due to the expositions of the
most ancient of the Fathers, Pt. i., Preface, p. xv. ; on the Aoyos,
J. i. 1; exposition of St. John's Prooemium, ib.; refutes Whitby,
v. 19; on allegorical interpretation, G. iv. 24; on 1 C. x. 16;
the doctrinal use of the Sacraments, ib.; 16-21 explained;
on the difference between μετέχειν and κοινωνεῖν, 17; eri-
dence of the doctrine of the Trinity from the Baptismal
Formula, 2 C. xiii. 13; God alone to be worshipped, R. i. 25;
on the difference between Justification and Sanctification, R.
iii. 26; Justification by Faith, v. 1; on ix. 3; the Divinity of
Christ affirmed, 5; on Distinctions of Sacrifice, xii. 1; on the
use and value of Ecclesiastical Antiquity, 6; on the duty of
shunning those who impugn the fundamentals of the Gospel,
xvi. 17; the true sense of the text defended against the Arians,
E. iii. 8; exposition of C. i. 15; on the λhрwμa, ii. 9; reply
to the Arian exposition of P. ii. 6; on the Divinity of Christ
proved from his claim to be worshipped, Heb. i. 6; on "We
have an altar," xiii. 10; exposition of 10-16; on E. i. 22; on
Tit. ii. 13; on Regeneration in Baptism, iii. 5; "baptism
saves," 1 P. iii. 21; on 2 P. ii. 2; design and contents of the
First Epistle of St. John, Introduction to the Epistle; proce-
mium, 1 J. i. 1; St. John, though loving and gentle, sternly
rebukes Heresy, 2 J. 10, 11; on Rev. xix. 17.
Wetstein, on the character of Herod the tetrarch, L. xiii. 32;
the fords of the Jordan, L. xvii. 11; on the parable of the ten
pieces of money, xix. 12; Eкρéμaro, 48; on the origin and
import of the term "Paradise," xxiii. 42, 43; its figurative
meaning, ib.; τί ἐμοὶ καὶ σοὶ, J. ii. 4.
Tichonius, his exegetical canons, M. ii. 15, note 6.
Townson, Dr., proves that St. Mark was conversant with St.
Matthew's Gospel; St. Luke with the Gospels of both; and
St. John with those of the other three, L. i. 1; he also shows
that in the Old Testament portions of the earlier books have
been embodied in the later ones, 3.
Valckenaer, recommends to students of the Greek Testament the
assiduous study of the Septuagint, Part i. p. xiv., note 2; ob-
servations on the trivial nature of the verbal discrepancies of
our MSS. of the New Testament, xxi., note 2; on the Alex-
andrine forms of the Greek language, M. vii. 13; on the pro-
Zumpt, on the correct interpretation of L. ii. 2; evidence produced by him in proof that Quirinus was governor of Syria at the time of the Nativity, ib.
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