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CH A P. IV.

Of DIVISION.

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48

courses

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jji. 7.

A text should not be divided into Examples (Page many parts

43 Two forts of division

44 Division of the Sermon is proper in

general for obscure subjects As for prophecies

Gen. iii. 15.

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for texts taken from disputes Rom.iii. 28.
for conclufions of long dir.

Rom. v. i.
viii.i.

49 for quoted texts

Heb. i. 5,6.

49 ii. 6. 49

49 for texts treated of in differ. ent views

49 Hag. ii. 9. 50 Lukexxii.16

51 Dan. ix. 7. 53

Heb.iii.7,8. 53 Division of the text after the order of the words

Eph. i. 3. 54 How to divide a text in form

Heb. X. 10.

57 Natural order two-fold

Heb. X. 10. 59

2 Tim.ii.ro. Arbitrary divisions

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62 Some texts divide themselves

Phil. ii. 13. Nothing must be put in the first

branch of division, that suppo.

ses a knowledge of the second Division of subježi and attribute John xv. 5.

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64 Rom.viii. 1. 2Cor.v.17.

Sometimes

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vi. 47.56.

64 64

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CH A P. V.

Of Texts to be discussed by way of

Explication,

Preacher must understand the sense

of his text
Comprehend the whole subject

together, and perceive the

parts of which it consists

Have a general idea of theology

Study the nature of his text

96 98

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Examples Page Two general ways of discussing a text, observation

95 and explication Rules to determine the choice Difficult passages must be treated

of by way of explication Difficulties arise from words, or things

99 How to explain difficult words Difficult, and important subječts must be explained

105 Explication of both exemplified

Acts ix. 5

106 Controverted texts how to explain John xvi.12. 114 Different ways of explaining disputed texts

116 How to explain an intricate subje£t

117 Exemplified

John i. 17 How to explain texts not difficult but important

2 Cor. iv. 7. 167 Explication with, and without proof

187 Proofs of fa&t

Phil. ii. 6. 188 Proofs of right

Phil.ij.14,15 189 both fact and right

Phil.ii.6.7,81 190
Heb. xü: 6.

191 Explications of texts, which have Phil. ii. 13. 193 many parts

197 Explication of simple terms

I Tim. 1.5. 205

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Ifa. ix. 3

202

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Explication of simple terms by Luke ii. 8, 261 comparison

9, 10, 11. 263 of phrases peculiar to scripture Mark viii. 34 333

John iii. 16. 372 Explication of confignificative terms Rom. viii. 1. 376

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Sometimes

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Examples Page Sometimes not to be explained

377 How to explain and illustrate a propofition

378 Exemplified

Eph. i. 18. 394 Explication of propositions which contain divers truths

Eph. i. 18. 415 Considerable in divers views

Pf. lxix. 21.

427 Which have different degrees of accomplishment

Exod.iii.7,8 429

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Ezek.xxxviii Inconsiderable propositions

Pf. xxxvii. 3. 432 |Prov. xv. 3.1 433

cxxix. 2.

Heb. ii. 13. 431

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