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The phrase "only begotten” noticed

219
John x. 30," I and my Father are one,” examined

220
One's calling God his Father cannot amount to his unity in na-
ture with the Deity

222
Gen. ii. 24; Ezek. xxxvii, 19; 1 Cor. 8. 17, referred to

223
Such phrases as “he in God, and God in him,” “God dwelleth
io him, and he in God,” noticed

ib.
John X. 36, containing a disavowal of deity by Christ, explained 224
John x. (34–36) examined by its context.

226
Jesus having died under the charge of making himself the Son
of Goi, noticed

228
Heb. (i. 8,] “ Thy throne, O God," originally applied to Solomon,
again noticed

230
The phrase "forever" again noticed

231
John xx. 17, ascribed to Jesus in bis human nature

ib.
According to the Editor, one part of the same sentence spoken

by Jesus in his divine, and another in his human capacity 232
John xx. 28, “ My Lord and my God,” examined

ib.
John i. 1, “In the beginning was the word,” &c. examined 234
Hindoo Polytheism compared with that maintained by the Ed-
itor

242
John xvi. 30, “ Now are we sure that thou kpoweat all things,"
examined

ib.
Paul, “God our Saviour ;" 1 Peter, “The righteousness of

God ;"' Jude, “ To the only wise,” &c. quoted by the Editor,
noticed

243
Periehable nature of fictitious gods, noticed

244
Answers to the Editor's queries

il.
The will of God the Father sometimes found at variauce with
that of the Son, iu Matt. xxvi. 39, and Mark xiv. 36

il.

CHAPTER V.

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Remarks on the Replies to the Arguments found in Chapter
Third of the Second Appeal

247
The Editor's First Position as to the ubiquity of Jesus, discussed id.
John iii. 13, “ No mån hath ascended up,” &c. examined ib.
Translation of this verse by Dr. Campbell, quoted

257
Parkburst's authority quoted

ib.
Matt. xviii. 20," For where two or three are gathered,” &c.
examined

259
The Editor's queries answered

ib.

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The Editor's Second Position as to Jesus's ascribing to himself

a knowledge and an incomprehensibility of nature equal to
God, discussed .

261
Matt. xi. 27, “ No man knoweth the Son,” &c. examined ib.
1 John iii. 1, referred to; The Improved Version quoted 263
The Editor's Third Position, as to Christ's exercising in an inde-

pendent manner the power of forgiving sin, discussed 264
Mark ii. 5; Matt. ix. 2, examined; Matt. ix. 8, referred to ib.
Acts v. 31, xiii, 38, soforrct to

266
The Editor's Fourth Position, respecting almighty power being

claimed by Jesus, discussed
John v. 19436, explained

ib.
The work of judging men is not peculiar to Jesus

270
Joha v. 23, separately examined

ib,
Gal. iv. 14; Matt. x. 25, xix. 19, referred to

271
Gen. jii. 32, referred to; Matt. xx. 14, noticed

272
Matt. xx. 23, referred to

273
The Editor's Fifth Position, as to all judgment being committed
to Jesus, discussed

ib
Mark xiii. 32, referred to

274
The Editor's Sixth Position, as to Jesus' accepting worship due
to God, discussed

ib.
The term “ worship" defined

275
The ancient prophets' receiving worship in the same sense that
Jesus received it

276
Invocation by Stephen, explained

ib.
Christ's offering worship, prayers, and thanks to God, mentioned 277
The Father, his Christ, and the apostles, acquitted of the charge
of encouraging idolatry

ib.
The Editor's Seventh Position, as to the Deity of the Son, and

Personality of the Holy Ghost from the institution of baptism,
discussed

278
Exod. xiv. 31 ; [2] Chron. xx. 20; Luke iii. 16, referred to 280
The terms “son” and “servant” equally manifest inferiority 282
The Editor's queries answered

ib.
Matt. xxviii. 20, examined

283

CHAPTER VI.

On the Holy Spirit and other subjects
Brief notice of the Holy Spirit by the Editor, noticed
Acts x. 38; Luke iii. 16, referred to

284

ib.
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Such expressions as “ The Holy Spirit will teach you," &c. no-
ticed

286
Acts v. 3, examined

ib.
Matt. x. 40; 1 Cor. viii. 12, referred to; Acts x. 20, examined 287
Isaiah xlviii. 16, with its context, examined

288
2 Cor. xiii. 14, examined

291
Zech. xii. 10, “And I will pour upon the house of David," &c.
examined

292
Parkhurst's authority quoted

293
Exod. i. 1; Gon xliv. 4, iv. 1; Deut. vij. 8, referred to

294
Zech. xlii. 7, " Awake, O sword, against my shepherd,"examined ib..
Rom. ix. 5, “God blessed forever," examined

296
1 Cor. viii. 6; Eph. i. 17, iv. 5, 6, referred to

297
1 John v. 20,“ This is the true God,' examined

ab.
The practice of the primitive Christians, noticed

298
Mosheim's authority noticed

ab.
John xx. 31, quoted

ib,
Authority of Locke and Newton noticed

299
The term “ Antichrist” examined

302
The doctrine of Polytheism is similar to that of a plurality of per-

303
The Author's expression of thanks to God for enjoying Civil and
Religious Liberty.

ib.

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