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Priesthood of Christ; his Intercession,

II. 422
Priestly Character of Christ : his Holiness, II. 321, 333, 346, 360
Probation of Man,

l. 433

IV. 282
Prodigality,
Profaneness : its Nature,

III. 488
Guilt,

do. 504
Danger,

do. 519
Prophetical Office of Christ : his personal preach-

ing, II. 221, 237, 252, 266
preaching of his Apos-
tles,

II. 279, 293
Providence of God: Probation of man,

I. 433
Temptation of man,

do. 447
Fall of man,

do. ib.
Sentence pronounced on man,

do. 469

S 1.489, 507,525,
Depravily of man,

II. 1, 16,
Punishment of the Wicked: its eternal duration, V. 476

Nature,

do. 490

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IV, 544
Reading of the Scriptures,

II. 207
Redemption, Covenant of,

111. 1
Regeneration : its Agent,

do. 47
Necessity,
Reality,

do. 54
Nature,

do. 62
Antecedents,

do. 79
Attendants, III. 96, 111, 125, 141, 154, 168
Consequences, III. 181,194, 209, 223, 236, 250
Evidences,

III. 264, 279, 298

II. 92
Relations of Christ to Creatures : Creator,

Preserver,

do. 95
Possessor,

do. 97
Supreme Ruler,

do. 98
Last End,

do. 101

V. 115, 130
Religious Education of Children,

V. 100
Religious Meditation,

Ill. 371
Resignation : its Nature,
does not imply a willingness to suffer Perdi-

JII. 374
tion,

V. 442
Resurrection,
Resurrection of Christ,

II. 468, 481

III. 115
Repentance: its Nature,

do. 121
Consequences,

Reverence of God: its Nature,

III. 339
its Effects,

do. 345
Rewards of the Righteous
their Residence, or Heaven,

V. 520
Character; perfect Holiness,

do. 523
Employments; to learn the character of God, do. 536
to glorify God,

do. 542
to befriend one another, do. 547
Enjoyments,

do. 536
Rulers: their Duties,

IV. 132

Sabbath : its Perpetuity,

Change,
Objections answered,
Manner of observing it,

Reflections, -
Sanctification : the Agent,

Instruments,

Process,
Seasons of Prayer,
Second Commandment: Idol Worship,
Second Great Commandment: its Requisitions,

Effects,

Foundation,
Self-Examination, -
Self-Existence of God,
Self-Government of Christ: his Industry,

Fortitude,
Meekness,

Humility,
Sentence pronounced : on the Tempter,

the Woman,

the Man,
Seventh Commandment: Marriage,

Lewdness,
Polygamy,

Divorce,
Sin : its Universality,

Degree,
Derivation,

Remarks,
Sixth Commandment: Killing; when lawful,

Murder,
Duelling,

IV. 1, 15
IV. 17
do. 31
do 52

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do.

67
III. 195
do. 197
do. 200
IV. 549
III. 471

do. 386
III. 400, 420

III. 438
V. 104
1. 13
II. 334
do. 336
do. 337
do. 339

I. 470
do. 474
do. 475
IV. 224
do. 240
do. 256

do. 259
I. 489, 507

I. 525
II.

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do. 17
IV. 163
do. 170
do. 175

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Sixth Commandment: Suicide,

IV. 190
Drunkenness,

do. 206
Slander,

do. 378
Socinianism,

II. 158
Soul of Man: its Nature ;-
a pure uncompounded substance,

1. 369

do. ib.
a thinking substance,
possessed of virtuous affections,

do. 371
exercises dominion over the world, do. ib.
possessed of spiritual enjoyment,

do. 372
immortal,

do. ib.
not Material,

do. 381
not a Chain of Ideas and Exercises,

do. 397
Sovereignty of God: proved by his determining the Birth

and Education of men, I. 261
by the disappointment of

their intentions in life, I. 265
by the uncertainty of life, do. 271

IV. 148
Subjects: their Duties,

V. 286
Subjects of Baptism : Believing Adults,

Infant Children of Believers, V. 287, 302
No Infants but those of Believers, V. 321

IV. 190
Suicide,

Temptation and Fall: the Tempter,

1. 448
Manner of the temptation, do. 450
Persons tempted,

do. 453
Consequences,

do. 454
Tenth Commandment: Contentment,

IV. 394
Charity,

do. 409
Avarice,

do. 424
Ambition,

do. 440
Third Commandment: Profaneness, III. 487, 504, 519
Trinity: Testimonies to the doctrine ; by ancient Chris-

tians, III. 18
Jews, do. 22

Heathen, do. 27
Truth: its Nature,

IV. 327
Importance,

do. 328

I. 175
Truth of God: proved by his Benevolence,
by the Conformity of all things to his

Will,

1. 176
by his Independence and Immutabi-

lity, 1. ib.

Truth of God: proved by his constitution of his crea-

tures,

I. 178
by his Predictions,

do. 181

IV. 332
Veracity: its importance,
Virtue: founded in Utility

III. 439
Unbelief : voluntary,

II. 532
sinful, -

do. 543
Uninterestedness, -

III. 161
Unitarians : their objections answered,

II. 132
doctrines examined,

do. 151

do. 171
management of the controversy,
Unity of God: proved by works of Creation and Provi.

dence, I.

55
reason,

do. 63
revelation,

do. 70
Universality of Sin: proved by revelation,

do. 491
by facts generally,

do. 493
by man's rejection of the Word
of God,

I. 507
Universalists : their objections answered, -

V. 479
Universe : created by God; proved by reason,

1. 8
by revelation,

do. 280
Usefulness of Prayer : to Individuals,

V. 1
Families,

do. 16
Communities,

do. 34
Utility: the Foundation of Virtue,

III. 439

Wicked Punishment of, in the future world: Duration eter-

nal, V. 476

Nature, do. 490
Wisdom of God: proved by the works of Creation and

Providence generally, I. 208
the accomplishment of many
ends by few and simple

means,

I. 212
the unceasing and universal va-

riety of his works, . 1. 213
various kinds and degrees of

resemblance and uniformity, I. 215
the communication of lan-
guage,

I. 216
his creation of moral agents, do. 218

Word of God: rejected by Man,

I. 507
how to be heard, -

IV. 534
to be read,

do. 544
Works : their influence on Justification,

II. 584

5 279, 297, 313, 331, 347,
Works of God: Creation,

1.

363, 381, 397, 413
I. 431,447, 469, 489, 507,525,

II. 1, 16, 36,
Worship: required to be rendered to Christ,
actually rendered to him,

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Providence, {

do. 106

II. 103,

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