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Stran 31 - Now if Christ be preached that he rose from the dead, how say some among you that there is no resurrection of the dead?
Stran 81 - As the whole blessing was promised to the faithful descendents of Abraham, whom both Scripture and the Jews call his children, he proves his former assertion from the example of Abraham, who was an idolater before his call, but was declared just by God, on account of his faith, long before his circumcision.
Stran 48 - a capital objection to this very early date ; and that is, the great clearness with which the comprehensive design of the Christian dispensation, as extending to the whole Gentile world, is unfolded in this Gospel ; whereas it is well known, and allowed by all, that for a while our Lord's disciples laboured under Jewish prejudices, and that they did not fully understand all his discourses at the time they were spoken. They could not clearly discern the extensive design of the Gospel scheme, till...
Stran 48 - ... these arguments are, in my judgment, so strong in favour of an early publication of some history of our Saviour's ministry, that I cannot but accede to the opinion of Mr. Jones, Mr. Wetstein, and Dr. Owen, that St. Matthew's Gospel was written in the year 38. " There is, however," says Bishop Percy, " a capital objection to this very early date ; and that is, the great clearness with which the comprehensive design of the Christian dispensation, as extending to the whole Gentile world, is unfolded...
Stran 97 - Minor, St Paul took the opportunity of preaching in the ancient countries, ver. 10. and the other churches of Asia...
Stran 102 - The Jews, ever jealous of the admission of the Gentiles to the same privileges with themselves, raised such a disturbance, that St. Paul, with Silas, was obliged suddenly to withdraw ; they even pursued him to Berea.
Stran 81 - Jews had no advantages over the Gentiles, with respect to justification. Both Jews and Gentiles had forfeited life and immortality, by the means of one common father of their race, whom they themselves had not chosen.
Stran 81 - Gentiles may be justified by the same means, namely, without the Levitical law, through faith in Christ : and in opposition to the imaginary advantages of the Jews, he states the declaration of Zcchariah, that God is the God of the Gentiles as well as the Jews.
Stran 99 - ... out among them, and to promote, on the contrary, an entire union and harmony of affection ; to guard them against being seduced from the purity of the Christian faith, by Judaizing teachers ; to support them under the trials with which they struggled ; and, above all, to inspire them with a concern to adorn their profession, by the most eminent attainments in the divine life.