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CHAPTER III.

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Inquiry into the doctrine of the Trinity

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The term Trinity not found in the Scriptures

ib.
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

ib.
Judges ii 1, “I brought you out of Egypt;" Gen. xxii.
12, “ Thou hast not with held thy son,” examined

79
Isaiah Ixiii. 9; Ruth iv. 14; Nehem. y. 8, referred to,

79,80
An ailusion to a three-fold nature of Christ

80
Psalm xcvii. 7; Judges xiii. 21, 22; Job i. 6,

“ The sons
of God,”

81
Judges xiii. 16; 2 Sam. xxiv. 16, referred to

ib.
Isaiah x. 4—7, xxix. 1, [1–3,]; Micah iv. 13, v. I, referred to 82,83
Exod. iii. 14, “Thus shalt thou say, I am that I am ;" John
viii. 24, “ It ye believe not that I am,” ver. 58, examined

ib.
Matthew xxiv. 5, “I am Christ,” and John iv. 25, 26; ii.
19-21, ferred to

84, 85
Psalm lxxxix. 27; [1] Chron. xiv. 8, xviii. 1—8, referred to 87
[1] Chron. xx. 2; 2 Kings v. 26, 27; Exod. xxiii. 21, referred to 88, 90
Prophets performing miracles sometimes without oral addresses
tu God ; John xi. 41, 42, referred to .

26.
The phrase
“ To trust in him," examined

91

ib.
Proverbs xxxi. 11 ; Isaiah xiv. 32, referred to
Jer. xvii. 5, explained

ib.
Psalm xxiv. [1, 2] “The earth is Jehovah's,” &c., compared
with John i. 3, examined

ib.
Heb. i. 2; Eph. iii. 9, referred to; 1 Cor. x. 25, 26, " Whatsoev-

er is sold," &c. compared with Psalm xxiv. 1, examined 92, 93
lleb. i. 2; John iii. 35, referred to

94

ib.
1 Cor. x. 22, “ Do we provoke the Lord?” &c. examined

95
1 Kings xix. 10, referred to
Psalm xxiv. 8, compared with Eph. iv. 8, examined

ib.
Psalm Ixviji. 18, referred to; Locke's note quoted

96
Psalm xxxvi. 1, “O Jehovah thou preservest,” &c. compared

97
with Col. i. 17; Heb. i. 3, examined
John xvii. 2, v. 30, and John xiv. 24, “ The word which ye hear,”
&c. Matt. xxviii. 18, referred to

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Psalm xlv. 6, as quoted in Heb. i. 8, “ Thy throne, () God,” &c.
examined

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The Editor's substitution of the term “ Jehovah” for “ God,” no-
ticed

99
Direct application of Psalm xlv. to Solomon, illustrated

100
Psalnı cii. 25-27, referred to

101
Heb. i. 10–12, "Thou, Lord, in the beginning,” &c., examined ib.
Deut. xxxii. 10; Isaiah xlix. 16; Psalm xlvii. 3; Matt. xxii.
45, referred to

102, 103
The Editor's substitution of the term “ Jehovah” for “ Lord”
noticed . .

ib.
The Editor's endeavor to weaken the force of the evidence re-
speeting the changeable nature of Christ

104
1 Cor. xv. 24, 25, and 28, referred to

ib.
Application of the term shepherd,” examined

106
Isaiah Ixiii. 11; Jer. xxiii. 4, “I will set up shepherds over
them,” &c., referred to

ib.
Ezek. xxxiv. 23, “ I will set one shepherd,” &c., examined ab.
Eph. iv. 18, compared with Psalm lxviii. 18, “ Thou hast ascend-

ed on high,” examined ; Alquoran, ch. 1. quoted 103, 109
From a Jewish book of prayers, “ Sabbath Morning Service,"
“ Jewish Morning Service;" Alquoran ii. 5, quoted

110
Hosea ii. 15—17, 19; The context of ver. 18, referred to . 111, 112
The Editor's attempt to invalidate tho argument founded on
John x. 34

113
Figurative application of the terins “ The sons of God,” “The

first-born of God,” &c., noticed
Luke ii. 7, 21, 40, 42, 51, 52; Matt. xi. 19; Mark iii. 5; John iv.

6, xii. 27, xii. 5, 21; Luke xxii. 44; Mark xiv. 34; Matt.
xxvii. 50; Phil. ii. 8, referred to,

114
The commonly-received doctrine of Christ's two-fold nature,
noticed

115
Moses and the chiefs of Israel termed gods and men, and

equally with Jesus said to have performed most wonderful
miracles

116
Terms, phrases or circumstances strictly applicable to God alone

when ascribed to created beings, to be interpreted in an infe-
rior sense

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

ib.
Exod. xxv. 8; Deut. vii. 6, x. 15, xiv. 1, referred to

117
Deut. x. 17, John xx. 17; Psalm xlv. 7, referred to

ib.
The context of ch. xv. (John x.] 34, referred to

118
1 Cor. x. 9," Neither let us tempt Christ,” examined

ib.
T'he Editor's last assertion on this subject examined

119

ib.

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Tsaiah lxiii. 5, “Mine own arm ;” and Rev. i. 8, “I am Alpha
and Omega," examined

120
Gen. xxv. 30, [Jer.] xlix. 7, 13, 8, 9, 11, referred to

121
Inconsistency of ascribing to Jesus the following expressions :

"I will tread them," " Their blood shall be upon my garment” 122
Isaiah lix. 15—-17; Dan. vii. 9, referred to

122, 123
Rev. 1. 8, and its context, cxamined

123
Psalm lxxviii. [13], " He divided the sea,” noticed

124
Psalm xcv. (6, 7), “ For Jehovah is a great God,” examined ib.
Examination of John x, 30, “ I and my Father are one,” defer-

red; Heb. iii. 3, 4, noticed ; Verse 6, referred to 125, 126

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SECTION SECOND.

On the Prophets

126
Prov. viii. 1, “Doth not wisdom cry?” &c. ver. 22, 27, 30, ex-
ainined

127
Psalm cxxx. 7, lxxxv. 10; Numb. xvi. 46, referred to

129
1 John iv. 8; John i. 1; 1 Cor. i. 24, 30; 2 Cor. r. 21; Deut.

xxviii. 37; Zech. vii. 13; Gen. xii. 2; Zech. ii. 5, referred to ib.
Isaiah vi. 1, 10, compared with John xii. 41, examined

130
The context of ver. 41, referred to

ib.
Rom. xi. 7, 8; Isaiah lxiii. 17, referred to

131
Verse 41, compared with John viij. 56

132
Deut. xxviii. 28, xxix. 4; 1 Kings xviii. 37, referred to

133
Isaiah vii. 14, “ Behold, a virgin shall conceive,” compared with
Matt. i. 22, 23, examined

ib.
The term “shall conceive,” considered

134
Gen. xvi. 11, 4, 5; Jer. xxxi. 8 ; Sam. xi. 5, and Isaiah xxvi,
17; Gen. xxxviii. 24, 25, referred to

135
Exod. xxi. 22; 2 Kings viii. 12; Amos i. 13, referred to

ib.
Isaiah vij. 14; Micah iv. 10; Isaiah xxii, 12, referred to 136
The inconsistency between Christ's being possessed of all pow-

er in his human capacity, and his not knowing good from evil
in that very capacity; Luke ii. 46–50, referred to

137
The context of Isaiah vii. 14, compared with 2 Kings xvi. 5, et
seq. referred to

139, 140
Matthew's jeference to Isaiah vii. 14, in his gospel, compared 141
Dr. Campbell's authority quoted

ib.
Hosea xi. 1, 3, noticed

142
Isaiah ix. 6, “ For unto us a child is born,” examined

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The context of the verse in question, compared (with] 2 Kings
xv. 29, &c. xviii. 7, &c. referred to

144-146
The decision left to the public

147
Difference between “ to be,” and “to be called,” noticed ib.
The phrases “no end,” and “forever," or everlasting," ex-
plained

ib.
Verses 1, 2, of Isaiah ix. applied in an accommodated sense to
Jesus

148
Matt. i. 23, " And they shall call his name hnmanue),” explained 149
Christian emperors addressed by the style " your divinity,"
“your godship”

ib.
Psalm lxxxix. 19, examined by a reference to its context 150
Isaiah xxviii. 16, compared with Isaiah viii. 13; 1 Peter ii. 7, 8,
« The stone which the builders," &c. examined

151
A proof of Christ's changeable nature

153
Isaiah xl. 3, “Voice of him," &c. and Mal. jii. 1, examined ib.
Reference to Mark i. 2, 3

ib.
The verse in question in the original Hebrew

155
Luke i. 69; John i. 29, 30, referred to

ib.
Isaiah xl. 10, compared with Rev. xxii. 12, examined

ib.
Acts xvii. 31 ; John viii. 28; xvii. 1, 2; Heb. i. 8, 9, shewing

that Jesus, whether as man, son of man, or son of God, was in-
ferior to the Most High, referred to

157, 158
Isaiah xliv. 6, compared with Rev. i. 8, and xxii. 13, examined 159
Joshua v. 14; Numb. xxii. 31; Dan. ii. 46, referred to 159, 160
Rev. iii. 14; Col. i. 15; 1 Cor. xv. 24, referred to

161, 162
Prophets and apostles represented as the searchers of hearts 162
Rev. xxi. 5, explained; Rev. xxii, 6-13, noticed . . 163, 164
Phrases in Rev. i. 1, and xxii. 6, compared

166
Jesus calls himself a servant of God, addresses Christians as bis
brethren, &c.

168
Several questions put to shew the inferiority of the Lamb 168, 169
A query in reply to one of the many insinuations of the Editor's 170
Isaiah xlv. 23, “Unto me every knee shall bow,"compared with
Rom. xiv. 10-12, examined

it.
John iii. 29 ; Eph. v. 23, compared with Isaiah liv. 5, examined 172
Jer. xxxiii. 16, examined ; 1 Cor. xi. 3, referred to

175, 176
The simple term “ Jehovah' exclusively applied to God

177
Jer. v. 22,
examined

178
The Editor's position that Jesus “exercised absolute dominion
in no name beside his own," examined

179
John x. 25, referred to ; Jer. x. 11, examined

ib.
Heb. iv, 13, examined

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The reason for the different expressions used by God to the
Prince of Tyrus, and to Jesus, explained

182
1 Cor. iv. 5, explained

183
That others besides Jesus were endued with the power of know-
ing the state of the heart, shewn

184
The perishable nature of Jesus and his kingdom, explained 185
The epithet “Most holy," applied even to inanimate things ib.
The Editor's remarks on Hosea xi. 1, noticed
Hosea iii. 5; Acts ii. 21 ; 1 Cor. i. 2, examined

186, 187
Locke's paraphrase on 1 Cor. i. 2, and his note on Rom. x. 13,
quoted

188
Amos iv. 13; Zech. iii, 2, and ii. 8, noticed

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CHAPTER IV.

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On the Editor's Replies to the Arguments contained in Chapter

II. of the Second Appeal. Christ's possessing all power as a
mediator noticed

192
Mercy ascribed to the Son, and justice to the Father, according
to the Trinitarian system, noticed

193
All the power Jesus enjoyed was given unto him by God

195
Attributes peculiar to God never ascribed to Jesus

196
Jesus was like the sun, an instrument in the hands of God 197
Performing miracles and enabling others to perform them, were
not peculiar to Jesus

198
The alleged compound nature of Jesus, noticed

201
The terms “ forever” and “ everlasting” explained

202
Gen. xvii. 8; Jer. vii. 7; Dan. vii. 18, referred to

ib.
Phil. ii. 6,“ Who being in the form of God," &c. examined ib
The term “ first-born” explained

207
Exod. iv. 22, (Jer.] xxxi. 9 ; Psalm lxxxix. 27, referred to .ib.
Rom. viii. 29; 1 John iv. 7, referred to

208
Instances wherein Jesus himself and his apostles spoke of him
as a creatare

ib.
Jesus's alleged two natures again noticed

210
The phrase "from the beginning” noticed

211
The Editor's introducing the two-fold nature of Christ

ib.
Inconsistency of God's emptying himself of his glory and offer-
ing up supplications for the same, to himself

212
John xviii. 22, referred to; Micah v. 2, examined

213
The force of the words “son” and “ own son” noticed

216
Psalm lxvii. 6; 1 Tim. i. 2, referred to

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