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Incarnation, necessity for 235 Lord's supper, to whom to be ad-
Independency of God

124

ministered d 237. 245. 263
Mfants, their state

b 158

, examination previous
Inferiors, duties of

520

to

d 246-256
Innocency, man's condition in 6 72

, who to be debarred
Inspiration of scripture

110
from

d 263
Integrity of the church in all

, meditation at d 269
ages

b 199

, what to be done at d 270
Interest in Christ
b 189

273. 275

, vows may be made at d 278
J.

, frequent attendance on d 280
Jesus, why so called

b 244

, how it differs from
Judgment, final

с 359

baptism d 281–284
Justice, in our dealings d 19 Lie, definition and kinds of d 33
Justification

67 whether midwives in Egypt
its foundation
73 guilty of

d 34
not before faith 117 , Rahab's

d 34
, not by works

101 whether Jacob was guilty of d 35
, not by repentance c 101 whether Elijah was guilty d 36

whether Paul was guilty d 37
K.
David's

d 38
Kingdom of Heaven

C 399
of Providence d 385

M.
d386 Magee's, two discourses on the
of Christ, how ad-

atonement, note

b 298. 317
vanced
d 389 Man, his creation

o 34
of glory
d 394 his twofold nature

6 39
Kingly office of Christ 6 351 in the divine image b
its exercise l 352 his mutability

b
submission to b 357 providence of God toward him 6 70
, opposition to b 360 employinent in Paradise 72
times of exer-
fallen

6 117
cise

Ø 364
his misery

136
, in the Milleni-
Marks of grace

c 260-462
um

b 366 Marriage, its institution and design 675
, on earth
6 381 Masters, duties of

533
, duration of b 392 Means of salvation

d 76
the two-fold

Mediator, his office generally b 196
states of
b 396

his intercession or sa-
in humiliation 6 399

tisfaction

b 186
who he is

b 216
L.

bis sufficiency 6 218
Law, moral

c 421

his incarnation 6 221
judicial

422

why called Jesus Christ 6 244
ceremonial

423 Melchizedec, who he might be b 264
Law-guits, when unjust d 26 Messiah of the Old Testament
Liberty

34
is Christ

6 200
Life, bounds of fixed

a 508

the substance of the
, to be preserved

540

ceremonial lawy b 201
Light of nature

21. 230

Jesus of Nazareth 6 245
Light of revelation, sufficient 6 206 his commission b 248
increased by the

his offices

b 249
gospel b 214

prophetical é 252
Long-suffering of God

a 176

priestly 6 259
in harmony with jus-

kingly

b 351
tice
181 Millenium

6 366-382
, improyement of 183 Moral obligation, foundation of c 405
d 234 Moral law

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-, a gospel ordinance d 236 -, civil, its origin

6 127
what the elements
Mortification

C 155
and actions d 237 238 Moscs, no astrologer

C 454

Lord's stipper

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a

Moses, killing the Egyptians c 545 Perfection, at death

C 312
Murderers do not escape C 547 Perfections of God

121-142
Musical instruments unautho-

Perseverance of the saints c 194-197
rized in gospel worship d 85

, prored c 201--217
Mystery, scriptural a 215. 217

objections to answered c220
Mysteries, Dr. Bates on, in note a 217 Person, Calvin on the word, in

note

@ 207
N.

Person of Christ, why God and
Name of God, what mcant by it d 369

6 235
how sanctified ( 370.373 Personality in the Godhead a 207. 244
when profaned 473 Pharisecs

d 140
, hallowed, wbat

Polygamy was ever unlawful d 11
meant by d 375–381

aggravations of d 13
Natures of Christ

6 235

the occasions of d 14
why two-fold 6 242 Praise

a 82. 85. 95
without confusion b 243 Prayer, to be made to God d 299

to be in the name of
0.

Christ

d 300. 301
Oaths, religious

Spirit's aid in d 303-306
profane

C 470 for whom to be made d 309-312
Objections, to the harmony of

for whom not to be made d 315
the scriptures a 88-93

-318
to the doctrine of elec-

for what we may pray

d 322
tion

a 507

, how we are to pray d 323
to the divine prede.

d 329
termination

509

promises of help d 331
Obligation, moral

C 405 to an unchangeable God,
Offences, their aggravations d 67

in note

d 397-402
from the parties d 68 , discouragements in, re-
from the nature of the

moved

d 336
offence

70 , rules for our direction ind 338
, from the circumstances d 72

-356
Officers of the church

Ó 572 Predestination to sin, not scrip-
Offices of Christ, their number 6 249 tural

530
, suited to the state Preaching the word, how to be
of man
6 250 done

d 151
, not to be confounded 6 251 Priestiy office of Christ b 259
their order 6 252

, like that of Melchi.
Omice, prophetical

6 254

zedech

6 266
for whom intended

6 255
, necessity of it

b 272
,how executed

b 256 Priestly, Dr. his disingenuity,
when 6 257 in a note

a 397
, the priestly

b 259 Procrastination, in note d 78
Officers among the Jews d 139 Procession of the Holy Ghost 260
Ordinances of the gospel
83 P, fanation of the Sabbath

508
Original righteousness lost 121 Promises of temporal and spi.
Original, transgression

b 105

ritual blessings i 344–550
, sin, what

b 118

, annexed to the fifth
its transmission b 129. 132

commandment C 5.37
, its punishment 6 141 Prophets

56
Prophetical office of Christ ta 259
P.

when executed 6 257
Parable of the debtor

c 238 Providence of God, wbat 6 45
Paradise, where

b

immediate or
, after death

318

mediate b 46
Parents, duties of

C) 531

, over good ac-
Papal doctrines
a 162 1 315

tions

6 51
Pardon of sin is from God only d 417

, over evil ac-
Pelagianism

b. 125

tions 6 52-53
Perfection, absolute, not in tbis

, objections to
life
¢ 178

answered 6 5962
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Providence of God toward an.'

S.
gels 6 62–69 Sabbath, its institution 6
, toward man b 70

its morality

480
Publicans

d 140
its change

486
Psalms of David, proper to be Sabellius, his error, note

208
d 89 Sacraments

d 161
scripture and hymns

how seals

d 161
preferable

d 96

to whom adminis-
Punishment of sin

b 136

tered

I 166
, original
b 137

, benefits of them d. 167
, in the world to

, by whom adninis-
come
6 158

tered

d 168
, proved by reason,

but two

d 172
note

6 161 Sacrifice of Christ, sufficient
when not stayed by
for all, note

b 349
sacrifice
b 262 Sadducees

d 140
Purgatory

313 Saints kept by divine power 199
Purpose, eternal
507 Salvation, what

b 162
Purpose of God, its certainty b 5

, its subjects

b 162
the cause of

b 163
for whom

b 164
Qualifications of preachers of

not universal

326
the word
d 147 Samaritans

d 140
Quenching the Spirit, what 414 Samson's death

540
wlien committed a 50 Sanctification

152
Sanctifying the Lord's day

497
R.
Satan, the tempter

6 95
Recovery of man, its moving

his method and instru.
b 162
ments

b 96. 97
Redemption, intended

6 161 his empire in the unre-
for whom 6 316

generate

b 144
for wbom not b 322 Satisfaction for sin b 275-293
application of it b 323 Scriptures, genuineness of 79
not universal 6 324. 326

, authenticity

97
special b 329.338

inspiration of

72
covenant of
b 178

, a sufficient rule 61
Regeneration before faith

26

, to be read publickly d 107
man passive in it

in families and
Remember, import of, in the

private d 108
fourth commandment C 512

how they should
Repentance, what

167
be read

d 113
the effect of grace c

169

, various translations of d 117
, how by the word c 169

, to be compared d 121, 122
a mean of salvation d 76

, general rules for
Representation, note b 77. 103. 114

explaining of d 144
Reproach, differs from reproof d 42 Self-interest, how far lawtul a 19. 20
Reprobation, decree of
488 Self-murder

545
not of sovereignty a 490 Self-examination

c. 256
but of justice 491 Sentiment, influence of

ii
Restitution, a duty
d 27 Servants, duties of

593
Resurrection 6 383. 389 c 326 Similitudes of Trinity unlawful a 235
, proved from the

Singing praises, a divine institu-
Old Testament C 332 tion

82
the first 6 383. 388 Sin, its origin

@ 425
Revealed will of God
408 daily committed

d

63
Revelation, necessary
71 extent of the first

b 105
not impossible

71 exists in intentions, note 6 145
Righteousness, original, lost in

b 109
Adam

5 121

its consequences 6 136

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Sin, punishment of

377 Trinity of persons, in what re.
, its punishment in this world 6 146

spects one a 243
in the world to come b 158

, not unreasonable a 226
what satisfaction

is
de-

proved a 249_-251
manded

b 275. 280 Dr. Jameison, on the,
, its desert, and the way

in a note

a 243
d 74 Truth of God

186
uito death, what it is d 318–320 Trust, breach of

d 23
not from God a 423 d 533–435 Trust in Christ

121
Son, his divinity

295 Types of Christ, in ceremonial
his personality

248

law

b 202
Sonship of Christ, eternal 277

, errors concern.
Souls, origin of, note

b 41

ing them

b 203
, preexistence of, a mere

, in persons and
fancy
b 126

things 6 205
, after death
318. 325

, their spiritual
Spirit, the Holy, his proces.

meaning 6 207
sion
Q 260

misunderstood
his divinity a 398. 410

by some b 209
his witness to the
word, in the heart 118

U.
his work in applying
Uncleanness forbidden

d 10
salvation

6 197 Unction, or anointing of the
Sufferings of Christ, and the

Mediator

245
design of them b 284.285 Union, of divine and human
why not eternal 6 296

natures b 221
Sum of relative duties

514

, denied by Nestorius 6 222
Superiors, duties of

518

without confusion
Supper, of the Lord

d 234

or mixture b 223
Supralapsarians, and Sublapsa-

, by subordination
445

of buman will b 223
Suretyship of Christ c 77 6 173

of a divine nature to real
Swearing

C 470
human body

b 224

of a divine nature to real
T.

human soul

6 226

necessary b 235
Tables of the law

c 433 Universal redemption 6 326-341
Temptations of Christ b 404–420 Unitarian objections answered,
, mental, note b 420 note

6 292. 297
from prosperity d 439 Unity of God

a 194
, from adversity d 441

, proved by his works a 197
from the flesh / 442

, light of na-
from Satan d 443

200
Testament, and covenant, how

, uncompounded

203
the same

b 169 Universal expressions of limited
how different b 171

meaning

b 239
, how received 6 181

redemption considered b 343
, implies the death of Usury

d

27
the testator, note b 294
Testimony of the Church

116

V.
Theatrical amusements, sinful, Variety, hut no contrariety in the
in note
d 15 will of Christ

b 226
Theft

d 23 Vicarious death of Christ 6 2924297
Thoughts, sinful

d 64 Vile aflections described 6 155
Tree of life

6 88 Virgin really predicted,
, why so called b 89 Isa. ix. 6.

6 228. 229
, of knowledge of Vivification

C 159
good and evil 6 92
Trinity of persons

206

W.
, important 210 War of plunder and oppression in it d 25

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Wicked, their prosperity

45 Word of God, understood by Israel a 53
how macie for the day

,Chronology of pro-
of evil

495
phets

56
Will of God, secret or revealed a 471

, how a rule a 60. 61
, sovereign
a 476

, complete and en
how can we pray.

tire

66
for it to be done? d403

, enlightens and con-
Will, free in our first parents

b 94

vinces of sin d 101
, our averse to that of God d 402

humbles and draws
, of the Mediator as man,

to Christ d 102, 103
subordinate

b 226

, other instances of
Williams, Dr. on election, in a

its efficacy d 104
note
529 World, not eternal

b
Witness of the Spirit

c266
, its antiquity

5 11
Words, sinful

d 66

false accounts of b 11
Word of God

48 Wrath of God is not passion d 75
, distinguished from
Writing, origin of

o

13
moral obligation a 48.49

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PRESBYTERIAL QUESTIONS FOR EXEGESES.

Vid. Form of Gov. C. xii. sec. 3.

1. Qui Deus unus dicitur?
2. Quibus testimonüs probas Trinitatem?
3. Cur Christum verum hominem esse opportuit?
4. Quæ argumenta probant scripturam a Deo profectam esse ?
5. Qua ratione peccatum originis transmittitur in posteros?
6. Estne peccatum aliquid positivum an privativum?
7. Quid est peccatum in Spiritum Sanctum?
8. An una et eadem ratio salutis consequendæ post lapsum fuit?
9. Quæ sunt causa efficiens fidei, et objectum ?
10. Quo sensu fide justificari dicimur?
ll. An opera renatorum bona sunt pura, nulloque vitio contaminata
12. Qua ratione vita æterna dicitur merces ?
13. Quandoquidem mortuus est pro omnibus Christus, annon omnium Re-

demptor?
14. Eruntne damnatorum peenæ perpetuæ ?
15. Quæ sunt veræ et internæ ecclesiæ proprietates ?
16. Nullumne est discrimen inter episcopum et presbyterum?
17. Quibus est exhibenda cæna Domini?
18. Quinam sunt baptizandi?
19. Licetne homini christiano, cum vocatur, magistratum gerete?
20. Quinam ad judicium ecclesiasticum vocandi sunt?

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