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Vol. I. .

No. XXV.--On the text in John, describing our Lord

: as the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sins

of the world .............................. 216

No. XXVI.On the meaning of the word PROPITIA.

Tion in the New Testament ................. 220

No. XXVII. ---On the texts describing Christ's death as

a SACRIFICE FOR SIN ....................... 222

No. XXVIII.-On the word KATAAAACH, translated

as Atonement in Rom. v. 11 .................. 243

No. XXIX.-On the Denial that Christ's death is de-

scribed in Scripture as a SIN-OFFERING ......... 245

No. XXX..On the sense, in which Christ is said in

Scripture to have DIED FOR US ............... 247

No. XXXI.-On the pretence of FIGURATIVE ALLU. .

sion in the Sacrificial terms of the New Tes.

tament ....

............ 253

No. XXXII.-Arguments to prove the sacrificial lan.

guage of the New Testament figurative, urged by

H. TAYLOR and Dr. PRIESTLEY ............. 256

No. XXXIII.-On the sense entertained generally by

all, and more especially instanced amongst the
Jews, of the NECESSITY OF PROPITIATORY EXPI.

ATION ................................. 257

No. XXXIV.-Op H. Taylor's objection, of the want

of a literal correspondence between the mosAIC

SACRIFICE and the DEATH OF CHRIST .......... 293

No. XXXV.-On the arguments by which it is at.

tempted to prove the PASSOVER NOT TO BE A SA.

CRIFICE .........

......... 297

No. XXXVI.-On the meaning of the word translated

ATONEMENT, in the Old TESTAMENT .......... 322

No. XXXVII.- On the efficacy of the Mosaic ATONE.

MENT, as applied to cases of MORAL TRANSGRES.

KION .......,

................. 333

Vol. II.

No. LII.-On the date of the permission of ANIMAL

FOOD to man ........................... 31

No. LIII. On the DIVINE ORIGIN of LANGUAGE ....

No. LIV.-On the natural unreasonableness of the Sa.

crificial rite ..........

............ 70

No. LV.-On the universality of Sacrifice ...........

No. LVI.- On the universality of the notion of the

EXPIATORY VIRTUE of Sacrifice ............... 74

No. LVII.- On the objections against the supposition

of the DIVINE INSTITUTION OF SACRIFICE ...... 76

. . No. LVIII.-On the sacrifICE OF Abel as evincing

the divine institution of Sacrifice .............. 87.

No. LIX.-On the history and the book of Job ..... 91

No. LX.-On Grotius's strange misconception of the

nature of Abel's sacrifice ................... 203

No. LXI.-On the difference in the divine reception of

the sacrifices of CAIN and ABEL .............. 209

No. LXII.-On the true meaning of the phrase, NAEI.

ONA OYEIAN, attributed to the Sacrifice of Abel 213

No. LXIII.-On the nature and grounds of the FAITH i

evidenced by the Sacrifice of Abel ............. 294

No. LXIV.-On the probable TIME AND OCCAsion of

.. the institution of sacrifice ........ ........ 229

No. LXV.-On the true interpretation of the passage,

Gen. iv. 7. containing God's expostulation with

Cain ................................... 235

No. LXVI.-On the comparison between the sacrifice

of ABEL and that of CHRIST ................. 250

No. LXVII.-On the nature of SACRIFICE BEFORE THE

LAW: tending to shew its confinement to animal

sacrifice, except in the case of Cain ............ 250

No. LXVIII.- On the DISPROPORTION between the ef.

. fects of the Mosaic and the Christian Sacrifices .. 254

Vol. II.

No. LXIX.-On the CORRESPONDENCE between the sa-

crificial language of the Old Testament, and that
employed in the New to describe Redemption by

the Death of Christ: and the original adaptation of

1. the former to the subject of the latter .......... 262

Postscript to Number LXIX: on BOLINGBROKE and

HUME .................................. 299

No. LXX.-On the cor RESPONDENCE between the An.

nual Expiation under the Law, and the One Great

..Expiation under the Gospel .. ......... 342

No. LXXI.-On the nature and import of the ceremony

of the SCAPE GOAT .......

.......... 344

No. LXXII.-Socinian objections urged by a Divide of

the Established Church, against the doctrine of the

vicarious import of the Mosaic sacrifices, and against

other doctrines of the Church of England ....... 347

No. LXXIII.—The Atonement by the sucrifice of Christ

more strictly vicarious, than that by the Mosaic sa-

crifices whereby it was typified ............... 380

No. LXXIV. CONCLUDING NUMBER ............ 381

APPENDIX, containing an account of the UNITARIAN

SCHEME, as described by Mr. Belstam ........
Index of the Principal Matters ................... 497
Index of Texts ..

522
List of Books ......

........ 534

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