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Human justice referred to..


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In what sense such expressions as "This man after he had offered
one sacrifice for sins," and others like them should be taken.. ibid

Common notions of justice...

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The death of Jesus was a spiritual and virtual sacrifice

Such terms as "sacrifice" " atonement for sin." &c. being fa-
miliar to the Jews were adopted by the Apostles

Priesthood without sacrifice exists under the Christian dispensa-


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The sense in which the application of the term "Lamb" is made
to Jesus, discussed...

John XXI. 15, Luke X. 3, Gen. XXII. 7 and 8, Jeremiah
XI 19. But I was like a Lamb," &c. referred to.......
The account of the scape-goat, examined...
Exod. XXVIII. 33 referred to...

Psalm 11. 1, compared with Acts IV. and Psalm XVI. 8, 11,
compared with Acts II. 25, 27, &c. &c. noticed as bearing no
relation to the viccarious sacrifice of Jesus

Psalm XL. 6, 8 and 9, examined by referring to their







The object of Jesus's mission was to deliver divine instructions.. 54 John X. 17. "Therefore doth my father love me," &c. examined..

Jesus's aversion to death like many other prophets....
Matt. XXVI. 36, 42. referred to....



56 ibid

Mark XIV. 36, Luke XXII. 42. 44, referred to....
The assertion of the Editor that This iniquity, if it be such, the
Father willed," examined.....

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The Editor's objection to the application of human notions of justice to judge the unsearchable things of God, examined.... The Editor's applying human notions of justice to Divine things.. 61 The orthodox divines like the Editor have recourse to human notions of justice in their attempt to prove the atonement of Christ....

Examination of Isaiah, VII. 14. deferred to the subsequent cha


Isaiah XI. And he shall make him of quick understanding, &c. examined..

Isaiah XIX. 19 and 20 noticed

The Editor's attempt to prove the atonement from the application of the term "* Saviour" to Jesus, examined.






Matt. IX. 8, John V. 24, VI. 63, XV. 3 referred to
Answer to the question "when previously to Christ's coming did
the Egyptians cry to Jehovah ?" &c...

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Isa. XXXV. 10. The ransom of the Lord," &c. examined.... 66 Isa. XLII. He shall not cry," &c. "The Lord is well pleased," examined.

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Answer to the question "Is not our repentence sufficient?" &c...
Jeremiah XXIII. XXXI. I Cor. I. 60 examined

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Nahum I. 15, Habakkuk " The just shall live by his faith," com

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Jesus made no direct declaration respecting the design of his



Such expressions as “ Jesus came to give himself a ransom for ma

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Locke's paraphrase on Romans III. 24, quoted..
Locke's note on the word" Redemption".

Locke's note on the word 66

mercy seat"

Reference to a few texts explaining the terms "sacrifice,"

66 ransom," ""offering." &c.

Of a two-fold nature in Christ..

Allusion to the three-fold nature of a Hindoo incarnation..
Solemn denial of ridiculing Christ's intereession





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The Editor's assertion that "The blood of no mere creature could take away sin," noticed..........


The Editor's assertion "As to the appointment of Jehovah by Je-
hovah, and his atoning for sin" noticed..
Arguments in proof of the finite effec s of Christ's appearance on
earth, adduced..



The Israelites punished finitely for sins committed against the infinite God....


1. Chro. XXI. 11 and 15. Judges XIII 1 referred to
Infinite reward for a good act performed for the propitiation of
the infinite God...

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everlasting fire" and " everlasting punishments,"

Gen. XVII. 8, XLIX. 26, Hab. III. 6 referred to

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Inquiry into the doctrine of the Trinity


The term Trinity not found in the scriptures


Gen. XLVIII. 16, "The angel which redeemed me" XXXI. 13, "I am the God of Bethel," Exod. III. 2, In a flame of fire," examined

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Jud. II. 1, I brought you out of Egypt," Gen. XXII. 12,

"Thou hast not withheld thy son," examined
Isaiah LXIII 9, Ruth IV. 14, Nehe V. 8 referred to
An allusion to a three-fold nature of Christ
Psalm XCVII. 7, Jud. XIII. 21 and 22, Job I. 6,
God." &c. referred to...

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Exod. III. 14. Thus shalt thou say I am that I am," John VIII.

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24. If ye believe not that I am.' v: 58, examined..

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Matt. XXIV. 5. I am Christ" and John IV. 25, 26 referred to 100

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II. Kings V. 26, 27, Exod XXIII. 21 referred to

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Prov. XXXI. 11, and Isaiah XIV. 32 referred to


Jere. XVII. 5 explained


Psalm XXIV. The earth is Jehovah's" &c. compared with John

1. 3, examined


Locke's note quoted ..

Psalm XXXVI. 6, “ O Jehovah thou preservest," &c, compared with. I. 17, Heb. 1. 3, examined

Feb. 1. 2, Ephe. III. 9 referred to; I. Cor. X. 25 and 26. “Whats~soever is sold." &c. compared with Psalm XXIV.1, examined 111, 112 Heb. 1. 2, John 111. 35 referred to


1. Cor. X. 22, “ Do we provoke the Lord," &c examined ...... ibid 1. Kings XIX. 10 referred to

Psalm XXIV. 8 compared with Eph. IV. 8, examined
Psalm LXVIII. 18 referred to






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John-XVII. 2, V. 30, and John XIV. 24, "The word which ye
hear," &c. Matt. XXVIII. 18, eferred to....
Psalm XLV. 6, as quoted in Heb. I. 8,


Thy throne O God," &c.


The Fditor's substitution of the term

Jehovah" for "God," noti



Direct application of Psalm XLV. to Solomon, illustrated......
Psalm CII. 25, 27 referred to



Heb I. 10, 12, "Thou Lord in the beginning," &c. examined ..
Deut. XXXII. 10, Isaiah XLIX. 16, Psalm XLVII. 3, referred

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The Editor's substitution of the term "Jehovah" for "Lord," noticed


The Editor's endeavour to weaken the force of the evidence respecting the changeable nature of Christ

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Isaiah LXIII. 11, Jere. XXIII. 4, "I will set up shepherds over them" referred to.

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Ezek. XXXIV. 23, “I will set one shepherd." &c. examined ... 129 Ephe. IV. 18, compared with Psalm LXVIII. 18, Thou hast

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The Editor's attempt to invalidate the argument founded on John X. 34. Figurative application of the terins "The sons of God," "The first born of Gods," &c. noticed.. Luke II. 7, 21, 40, 42, 52, Matt. XI. 19, Mark 111. 5, John IV. 6. XII. 27, XIII. 5, 21, Luke XXII. 44, Mark XIV. 34, Matt. XXVII. 50, Philippians II, 8, referred to........ The commonly received doctrine of Christ's two-fold nature, noticed... Moses and the chiefs of Israel termed Gods and Men, and equally with Jesus said to have performed most wonderful miracles....... ibid Terms phrases or circumstances strictly applicable to God alone, when ascribed to created beings, to be interpreted in an inferi

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The argument of Moses and others being types of Christ, no ticed...


Exodus XXV. 8, Deut. VII, 6, X. 15, XIV. 1 referred to

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Deut. X. 17, John XX. 17, Psalm XLV. 8 referred to "The context of ch. XV. 34, referred to




1. Cor. X. 9." Neither let us tempt Christ" examined The Editor's last assertion on this subject examined



Isaiah LXIII. 5, “ mine own arm," and Rev. I. 8. "I am Aj

pha and Omega," examined..


Genesis XXV. 30, XLIX. 7, 13, 8, 9, 11 referred to ..
Inconsistency of ascribing to Jesus the following expressions "I


will tread them," "Their blood shall be upon my garment" Isaiah LIX. 15. 17, Daniel VII. 9 referred to Revelation I. 8, and it's context examined ..

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Psalm LXXVII. "He divided the sea." noticed


Psalm XCV. "For Jehovah is a great God,” examined...


Examination of John X. 30. "I and my Father. are one," deferred


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Proverbs VIII. 1 "Doth not wisdom cry, &c." 22, 24, 30 examined...


Psalm CXXX. 7, LXXXV. 10, Numbers XVI. 46 referred to 157 1. John IV. 8, John I. 1, I. Cor. I. V. 24, 30, II. Cor. V. 21, Deut. XXVIII. 37, Zech. VIII. 13, Gen. XII, 2, Zech. II. 5, referred to.

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Isaiah VI., 10, compared with John XII. 41, examined.
The context of verse the 41, referred to....
Romans XII. 7, 8, Isaiah LXIII. 17, referred to....
Verse the 41. compared with John VIII 56,....
Deut. XXVIII. 28, XXIX. 4, 1, King XVIII. 37, referred to 163.
Isaiah Chapter VII. 14, behold a virgin shall conceive" com-
pared with Mathew ch. I. 22, 23, examined....

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Genesis XVI. 11, 4, 5, Jer. XXXI. 8, 2, Samuel XI. 5, and
Isaiah XXVI. 17, Gen. XXXVIII. 24, referred to........
Exodus XXI. 22, II, King3VIII. 12, amos. I. 13, referred to.... 166
Isaiah VII. 15, referred to..............




Micah IV. 10, Isaiah XXIII. 12, referred to


The inconsistency between Christ's being possessed of all power in his human Capacity, and his not knowing good from evil in that very Capacity....



Luke II. 46, 50, referred to..


The context of Isaiah VII, 14, compared with 11. Kings XVI 5,

et seq. referred to...


Mathew's reference to Isaiah VII. 14, in his Gospel compared.. 173 Dr. Campbell's authority quoted.......


Hosea XI. 1, 3, noticed..


Isaiah IX. 6, "For unto us a Child is born" examined.


The context of the verse in question compared II. Kings XV. 29, &c. XVIII. 7, &c. referred to......


The decision left to the public.....


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