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Difference between "to be" and." to be called” noticed

131 The pbrases DO end” and “ for ever” or eyerlasting” ex. plained....

ibid Verses 1, 2, of ch IX. of Isaiah applied in an accommodated sense to Jesus.

ibid Matthew 1. 23, “ And they shall call his name Immanuel" explained....

18% Christian emperors addressed by the styles " your divinity” voor Godship".

184 Psalm LXXXIX. 19, examined by a reference to its context.... ibid Isaiah XXVIII. 16, compared with Isa. VIII. 13, 1. Peter II. 7 and 8, “ The stone which the builders" &c. examined.

187 A proof of Christ s changeable nature

188 Isa. XL. 3." Voice of him," &c, and Malacbi III. 1, examined.. ibid Reference to Mark I. 2 and 3

189 The verse io question in the original Hebrew

190 Luke I. 69, John I. 29, 30, referred to

191 Isaiah XL, 10, compared with Rev. XXII. 12, examined.. ibid Acis XVII. 31, John VIII. 28, XVII. I and 2, Heb. I. 8 and 9,

shewing that Jesus whether as man, son of man, or son of God, was inferior to the Most High, referred to

193 Isaiah XLIV.6, compared with Rev 1. 8, and XXII. 13, examined ..

196 Joshua V. 14, Numb. XXII.31. Daniel II. 46, referred to...... 197 Rey III. 14, Colo. I. 15, I. Corin. XV.24, referred to......... 199 Prophets and A postles, represented as the searchers of hearts.... 200 Rev ch XXI. 5. explained

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202 Rev. ch. XXII. 6, 7, 13, noticed...

203 Phrases in Rev I. 1, and XXII. 6, comvared...

205 Jesas calls bimself a Servant of God, addresses Christians as his brothers, &c....

206 Several questions put to shew the inferiority of the Lamb

207 A query in reply to one of the many insinuations of the Editor.. 209 Isaiah XLV. 23. “ unto me every knee shall bow" compared with Rom. XIV. 10, 12, exainined....

210 Job III. 29, Eph. V. 23. compared with Isai. LIV.5, examined 213. Jeremiah XXXIII. 16. examined.

216 1. Cor. XI. 3, referred to.

217 The simple term “ Jehovah' exclusively applied to God

218 Jere. V. 22, examined...

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

221 John X. 25, referred to

ibid. Jeremiah ch. X. II, examined.

222 Heb. IV. 13, examined....

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

225 I. Cor. IV.5, explained...

226 Tbat qihers besides Jesus were endued with the power of knowing the state of the heart shewn...

227 The perishable nature of Jesus and his Kingdom, explained.... 228 The epithet “ Most holy” applied even to inanimate things.... 229. The Editor's remarks on Hosea XI. 1, noticed..

230 Hosea III. 5, examined......

ibid Acts 1l. 21, examined...

231 I. Cor. I. 2, examined..,

232 Lock's paraphrage on I. Cor. 1.2, and his note on Romanax. 13 quoted.

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Amng IV. 13, noticed......
Zechariah III. 2, and II. 8, noticed

PAGE 234 ibid

CHAPTER IV.

246

On the Editor's replies in the arguments contained in chap. 2d of

tbe Second Appeal. Christ's posses ing all power as a mediator noticed...

239 Mercy ascribed to the Son and justice to the Father according to the trini arian system, noticed..

240 All the power Jesus enjoyed was given unto him by God. 242 Attributes peculiar to God never ascribed to Jesus.

243 Jesus was like the sun an instrument in the bands of God... 245 Performing miracles and enabling others to perform them were

not peculiar to Jesus.. The alleged compound nature of Jesus noticed..

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249 The terms “ for ever” and “ everlasting” explained...

251 Gen. XVII. 8, Jer. VII. 7, Daniel VII. 18, referred to... ibid Philip. II. 6," who being in the form of God" &c. examined.... 252 The term “ first born” explained...

257 Exodus IV. 22, XXXI. 9, Psalm LXXXIX. 27, referred to.... 258 Romans VIII. 29, I. John IV. 7, referred to...

ibid Instances wherein Jesus himself and his Apostles spoke sf him as a creature

259 Jesus's alleged ewo natures again noticed.

261 The phrase from the beginning noticed

ibid The Editor's introducing the two fold nature of Christ...

ibid Inconsisten y of God's emptying himself of his glory and offering up supplications for the same to himself.

264 John XVII.22, referred to......

265 Micah V. 2, examined.....

ibid The force of the words “ gon” and “own son” noticed....

268 Psalm LXVII. 6, 1. Timo. I. 2, referred to.......

271 The phrase “ only begotten” noticed...

272 John X. 30, “I and my father are one" examined..

273 One's calling God his father can not amount to his unity in nature with the deity...

276 Gen. II. 14. Ezekiel XXXVII. 19, 1. Cor. X. 17, referred 10.... ibid Such phrases as “he in God and God in him" “ God dwelleth in him and he in God” noticed.....

278 John X. 36, containing a disavowal of deity by Christ explained 280 John X examined by it's context

282 Jesus having died under the charge of making himself the Son of God, noticed...

285 Hebrews “thy throne () God” originally applied to Solomon again noticed

288 The phrase "for ever" again no iced..

ibid John XX. 17, ascribed to Jesus in his human nature...

289 According to the Editor one part of the same sentence spoken by Jesus in his divine, and another in his human capacity

ibid John XX. 18, “ my Lord and my God” examined..

290 John I. I,“ in the beginning was the word, &c." examiond..

291 Hindoo polviheism compared with that maintained by the Editor.. 301 John XVI. 30, “' now are we sure that thou kpowest all things" examined...

302 Panl “ God our Savionr," ). Pe " the righteousness of God's

Jude “to the only wise, &c.” quoted by the Editor noticed.. 303

TALE Perishable nature of fictitious Gods, noticed..

304 Answers to the Editor's queries...

ibid The will of God the Father sometimes found at variance with that of the son in Mathew XXVI 39, and Mark XIV. 36,........ 305

CHAPTER V.
Remarks on the replies to the arguments found in chapter

third of the Second Appeal....
The Editor's first position as to the ubiquity of Jesus discussed.. 309
Johp III. 13. no man hath ascended np, &c. examined.. ibid
Translation of this verse by Dr. Campbell quoted.

321 Parkburst's Authority quoted.....

322 Matthew XVIII. 20," for where two or three gathered.” &c. examined ...

323 The Editor's queries answered.

324 The Editor's second position as to Jesus's ascribing 10 himself

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

326 Matthew XI 27, “ no man knoweth the son," &c. examined...., ibid I. John III 1, referred to......

328 The improved version, quoted....

329 The Editor's third position as to Christ's exercising in an independent manner, the power of forgiving sin, discussed..

ibid Mark II. 5, Matthew. IX. 12, examined.,:49:94::::

330 Matthew IX 8, referred to

jbid Acts XXXII. 32, XIII. 38, referred to

332 The Editor's fourth position respecting Almighty power being claimed by Jesus, discussed..............

333 John V. 19, 36, explained....

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

337 John V 23, separately examined.

338 Gal. IV. 15, Matthew X. 25, XIX. 19, Gen. III. 22, referred to 339 Matthew XX. 14, noticed...

340 Matt. XX. 23, referred to...

341 The Editor's fifth position as to all judgement being committed to Jesus, discussed..

ibid Mark XIII. 32, referred to...,

312 The Editor's sixth position as to Jesus's accepting worship due to God, discussed

Ibid The Term “worship" defined

313 The ancient Prophets receiving worship in the same sense that Jesus received it.....

314 Invocation by Stephen, explained

315 Christ's offering worship, prayers and thanks to God, mentioned.. 346 The Father, his Christ, and the apostles acquitted of the charge of encouraging idolatry...

ibid The Editor's seventh position as to the deity of the Son, and per

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

848 Exodus XIV. 30, Chro. XX. 20, Luke III. 16, referred to. 350 The terms “ Son” and “ Servant” equally manifest inferiority,

352 The Editor's queries answered..

ibid Matt. ch. XXVIII. 20 examined,

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CHAPTER VI.
On the Holy Spirit and other Subjects .......
Brief notice of the Holy Spirit by the Editor, noticed

334 ibid

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Acts X. 33, Luke III. 16, referred to...
Such expressions as "The Holy Spirit will teach you,” &c. noticed 357
Acts V. 3, examined...

ibid Matt. ch. X. 40, 1. Cor. VIII. 12, referred to...

358 Acts X. 20, examined..

ibid Isiaiah XLVIII. 16, with it's context, examined..

359 II. Cor. XIII, 14, examined...

363 Zech. XII. 10, “And I will pour upon the House of David," &c. examined,

364 Parkhurst's Authority, quoted...

365 Exodus ). 1, Gen. XLIV. 4, IV. 1, Deut. VII. 8, referred to 367 Zech. XIII. 7, “ Awake, O Sword, against my Shepherd", exa. mined.

369 Romans IX. 5, “ God blessed for ever," examined.

ibid 1. Cor. VIII. 6, Ephes. I. 17, IV. 5 and 6, referred to.

370 J. John V. 20, “ This is the true God," examined..

371 The practice of the primitive Christians, noticed

jbid Mosheim's Authority, noticed..

372 Jobn XX. 31, quoted....

373 Authority of Locke and Newton, noticed....

ibid The term “ Antichrist," examined......

977 The Doctrine of Polytheism is similar to that of a plurality of persons...

378 The Author's expression of thanks to God for enjoying Civil and

Religions Liberty.

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FINAL APPEIL.

CHAPTER. I.

Introductory remarks. - Nearly a month having elapsed after the publication of the fourth number of the quarterly series of the “ Friend of India" before it happened to reach me, and other avocations and objects having subsequently engaged my attention, I have not till lately had leisure to examine the laborious essay on the doctrines of the Trinity and Atonement at the conclusion of that Magazine offered in refutation of my secoid appeal to the Christian public. For the able and condensed view of the arguments in support of those doctrines which that publication presents I have to offer the reviewer my best thanks, though the benefit I have derived from their perusal is limited to a corroboration of my former sentiments. I must at the same time beg permission to notice a few unjust insinuations in some parts of his essay; but in so doing I trust no painful emotions, neither of that salutary kind alluded to by the Editor,

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