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THE

AMERICAN

BIBLICAL REPOSITORY;

DEVOTED TO

Biblical and General Literature, Theological Discussion, the History

of Theological Opinions, etc.

CONDUCTED BY

ABSALOM PETERS, D. D., AND SELAH B. TREAT.

SECOND SERIES. VOL. FOURTH.-NOS. VII, VIII.—WHOLE NOS. XXXIX, XL.

NEW-YORK:

PUBLISHED BY WM. R. PETERS, OFFICE OF THE REPOSITORY,
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BOSTON:
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LONDON;
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Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1840, by William R.

Peters, in the Clerk's Office of the Southern District of New-York.

NO. VII.
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Page Art. I. FUTURE PUNISHMENT, AS

| Art. X. A BRIEF REPLY TO THE EXHIBITED IN THE BOOK OF

" REMARKS” OF ALEXANDER Exoch. By Prof. M. Stuart,

CAMPBELL IN DEFENCE OF THE Andover, Mass. . . . 1 DOCTRINES OF "CAMPBELLISM."

· By Rev. R. W. Landis , 203 Art, JI. ON THE DESIGNATIONS Or

TIME IN DANIEL AND JOHN. Art. XI. REMARKS ON CAUSE
THE 1260 DAYS OF DANIEL AND

AND EFFECT IN CONSECTION
John, AND THE 1000 YEARS OF

WITH FATALISM AND FREE Joux. By Rev. William Allen, AGENCY (Continued). By Rev. D. D., Northampton, Mass. . 35 | Leonard "Woods, D.D., Theol.

Sem. Andover, Mass. . . . 217 ART. III. THE ASPECT AND Posi Moral Necessity TION OF THE M188IONARY ENTER

The Great Mistake

234 PRISE, PARTICULARLY IN THE | Fatalism . . . ORIENTAL WORLD. By Rev. Self-denial

241 George B. Cheover, New-York 54 | Practical Influence . . 242

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236

Art. IV. MANNER IN THE PREACH

ER. By Prof. G. Shepard, Theol. Art. XII. CRITICAL Notices.
Sem. Bangor, Me.. . . 78 1. Rauch's Psychology , 243

2. Emerson's Translation of ART. V. THE PIETY OF THE EAR

Wiggers’ Augustinism and LY CHRISTIANS. By Prof. C. E.

Pelagianism . Stowe, D. D., Lane Sem. Cin

3. Ancient Christianity, and the cinnati, Ohio . .

Oxford Tracts Their Principles in respect to God 4. The Sidereal Heavens, by and his Word, the Lord Jesus

Dick . Christ, themselves, their breth 5. Upham on Disordered Mental ren and the unconverted World 93

Action Doctrine of the Their conduct in the Church, the business of life, etc. . . 103

7. Philip's Life and opinions of Art. VI. The Husks THAT THE

Milne .
SWINE DID EAT. By Rev. S. H. 8. Southgate's Tour through Ar-
Cox, D, D., Brooklyn, N. Y. . 112 menia, etc.

9. Scripture and Geology, by Art. VII. THE INFLUENCE OF THE

J. Pye Smith

10. Scotland and the Scotch, by AGE UPON POETRY, AND OF POET

Catherine Sinclair . • RY UPON THE AGE. By Gren

. 259 ville Mellen, New York

11. Prize Essays on a Congress ..

. . 116 Schools of Poetry .

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of Nations Influence of Criticism upon Poetry 125

12. A Tribute to the Memory of The Higher Range of Poetry

Fitzhugh Smith

: 131 The Drama,

13. Domestic Education, by Dr. Infuence of Christianity upon Po

Humphrey .

14. The Poet's Tribute, by W. B. etry, etc. etc. . . . . 136

Tappan . . . .

15. Kirk's Sermons Abr. VIII. Some OBSERVATIONS 16. The Museum of Religious ON THE ECCLESIASTICAL ASD RELIGIOUS CONDITION OF ENGLAND 147 17. Letters from the Old World 263

18. Scripture Doctrine, etc., by Art. IX. THE PRESENT STATE

N. S. Folsom . . OF THE JEWISH RELIGION [Con

19. Adams' Letter on Atonement 263 cluded). By E. S. Calman, Mis 20. President Beecher on Bapsionary to the Jews in Palestine 176

tism : .. .. 264 Noie by the Editor, , 201 | 21. A New Work on Geology 264

: 259

12. Amations on a Conca

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Knowledge.me old World

263

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Page A&t. I. THE JORDAN AND ITS

PLAIXED ASD TEFENDED; WITH VALLEY. By Prof. Edward Rob

STRICTURES ON Mr. FoLson's inson, D. D. New-York

266 REVIEW OF "MAHAN ON Chris. Introductory Note by the Edi TIAN PERFECTION," By Rev. tors

Asa Mahan, Oberlin, Ohio . 108

Explanatory Noie by the F.diArt. II. THE PRIMITIVE STATE

tors OF MANKIND. By Pres. Philip Lindsley, D. D., Nashville, Ten- Abt. X, RELIGIOUS LIBERTY IN nessee

. 277

FRANCE. By an American in

Paris ART. III. THE LIFE AND CHAR

ACTER OF JOHN THE Evangelist. ART. XI. REMARKS IN REFEBBy Edward E. Salisbury, New

ENCE TO AX ANONYMOUS" Essay Haven, Conn. .

299

on CAUSE AND EFFECT," AND TO

THE QUESTIONS OF "IXQCIRER." Art. IV. THE ANCIENT Con By Leonard Woods, D. D. AQMERCE OF WESTERN ASIA. By dover, Mass. . , bí Rev. Albert Barnes, Philadelphia . . . 310 | ART. XII. CRITICAL NOTICES.

1. History of American MisABT. V. THE CHARACTERISTICS

sions, OF ENGLISH LITERATURE. By 2. Keightley's History of Greece 4:3 Rev. N. Porter, Jr., New-Mil 3. Keightley's History of Rome, 453 ford, Conn.

4. Keightley's History of Eng..

land, Art. VI. The PhilosoPHY OF 5. Paine's Med. and Phys. Com THE GNOSTICS-ITS ORIGIN, NA

mentaries, .. TURE AND INFLUENCE ON CHRIS

6. Burton's Church History, TIANITY. By Henry T. Chee 7. Macauley's Essay, ver, Bangor, Me. . . 353 8. History of Rhode Island,

9. Hitchcock's Geology, Art. VII. AN ESSAY ON THE 10. Felton's Translation of MenPOWER OF THE WILL OVER THE

zel, OTHER FACULTIES. By the Au 12. Fosdick's French Introducthor of an Essay on Cause and Effect, etc._. .

11. Nichol's Architecture of the Note by the Editors,

378

13. Hall on Baptism, Art. VIII. REVIEW OF HENGS

14. Kurtz on Baptism, TENBERG'S CHRISTOLOGY. By 15. Hill's History of PresbyteriProf. J. Packard, Alexandria,

anism, D. C. . .

393 | 16. Murray's British America, 505

17. Payne's Letter to the Editor, 506 Art. 1X. THE DOCTRINE OF 18. Nordheimer's Hebrew Gram CHRISTIAN PERFECTION, EX

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THE

AMERICAN

BIBLICAL REPOSITORY.

JULY, 1840.

SECOND SERIES, NO. VJI.-WHOLE NO, XXXIX.

ARTICLE I.

FUTURE PUNISIIMENT, AS EXHIBITED IN THE BOOK OF

Enoch.*

By M. Stuart, Prof. Sac. Lit. In the Theol. Beminary at Andover.

Next to the inquiry : Whether the soul is immortal, stands, in point of importance and interest, the question: Whether there is a state of reward and punishment beyond the grave, and whether that state is ETERNAL? A more fearful question cannot be raised by the human mind, than by asking : Whether the punishment of the wicked in a future world, is to be regarded as ENDLESS.

No reflecting man can wonder, that so many among us are deeply agitated by this subject. While the great majority of Christians consider the inquiry, suggested by this last question, as answered, yea fully answered, by the Scriptures, yet there are not a few, who claim to be considered as Christians, whose minds are filled with difficulty in respect

very

* This article was prepared for the April No. of the Repository, but was deferred for the want of room. It was designed to follow the valuable article by Prof. Stuart, on the “Book of Enoch,” which appeared in the No. for January last, page 86 seq., to which the reader is referred for an account of that interesting relic of antiquity.-EDITOR. SECOND SERIES, VOL. IV. NO. I.

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