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372. Exclusive cultivation of sec- common creed 406. Churches
tarian literature 374, Ecclesiasti- should adopt geographical names
cal pride 374. Conflict of pecuni- 407. The Apostolic Protestant Cer-
ary interests 375. The primitive fession 408. Apostles' creed-the
church free from this 375, Apos- United Protestant confession 409.
tolic canons 376. Opinion of Ne- Mode of operation 414.
ander 377. Remedy of existing evils Utility of the study of the classics to
379, Universal conformity not re- Theological Students 28.
quired, 380. Denominations not
required to renounce their respec-

V.
tive standards 381. Plan of Union, Views of the early Reformers on the
first feature 382. Second feature 383, doctrine of Justification, Faith end
Third feature 393. Creed to con- the actide obedience of Christ 448.
sist of two parts 393. Advantages
of such a creed, 394—to keep her.
etics out of the church 394—to give Wayland, Francis, D. D., Elements of
prominence to acknowledged truths Political Economy by, noticed BT.
395. Fourth feature, free sacramen. - on the Limitation of Human Re-
tal, ecclesiastical and ministerial

sponsibility 513.
communion 400. Fifth feature, co- West Indies, Letters from, noticed,512
öperation, as far as practicable, re- Will, Pres. Day on 503.
gardless of sect 403. Sixth feature,
the Bible the text-book of instruc-

Y.
tion 405. Seventh feature, mission. Young Disciple, noticed 259.
aries should profess and use the

ERRATUM. On p. 343, line 6 from the top, read miracle instead of fable.

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Page. Art. S. GEOLOGY AND REVELA- 4. Examination of Objections, 170 TiON, By Rev. Dr. Pond, 15. Was not the Gospel accord

ing to the Hebrews itself a Art. II, THE HEAD OF THE

TRANSLATION from the Greek CHURCH, HEAD

Original of Matthew, with THINGS; ILLUSTRATED BY AN

interpolations and alteraNATURE, tions ?

174 PROVIDENCE, AND GRACE. By 6. Conclusion,

177 Prof. Tyler. [Concluded from Vol. XI. p. 363.)

22 Art, VIII. WHAT WERE THE

VIEWS ENTERTAINED BY THE Abt. Ill. THE THEOLOGY OF EARLY REFORMERS, ON THE SOCRATES, FROM XENOPHON'S DOCTRINES OF JUSTIFICATION, MEMORABILIA. Transl, from

FAITH, AND THE Active Obe: the Latin, by F. M. Hubbard, 47

DIENCE OF Christ. By Rev. § I. An Outline of the state of

R. W. Landis, Jeffersonville, Theology among the Greeks

Pa. [Continued from Vol. XI. before Socrates, 48

179 § II. Socrates and his Theology, 52

ş

li.* Views entertained by the

Reformers on the subject of ART. IV. THE WEAPONS OF

Faith,

179 UNIVERSALISM REVERSED. By Rev. Edwin Holt,

70

Art. IX. The PhiloSOPHY OF

ECCLESIASTES. Transl. from ART. V. MissioNARY SCHOOLS.

the German MS. of Dr. NordBy Rev. Dr. Anderson, ·

87

heimer, by Wm. W. Turner, 197 ART. VI. REASONS FOR THE STUDY OF THE HEBREW LAN

Art. X. STATE OF THE PRESGUAGE. By Prof. Edwards, 113 BYTERIAN CHURCH. By the

Editor,

. 219 Art. VII. INQUIRY RESPECT

ING THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE ART. XI. CRITICAL NOTICES, 238
OF MATTHEW's GOSPEL, AND 1. Prichard's Physical History
THE GENUINENESS OF

of Mankind,

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2. Ticknor's Med. Philosophy, 239 SAME; WITH PARTICULAR REF. 3. Bush's Commentary on ERENCE TO MR. Norton's

Genesis, .

241 VIEW OF THESE SUBJECTS AS 4. Cudworth's Intellect. SysEXHIBITED IN his TREATISE

tem of the Universe, etc. 242 ON THE GENUINENESS OF THE 5. Wiseman's Lectures on the Gospels. By M. Stuart,

Doctrines and Practices 1. Introductory Remarks.. . 133 of the Catholic Church, 243 2. Testimony of the Christian 6. Life and Discourses of Rey. Fathers,

135
S. H. Stearns,

245 3. Other circumstances which 7. Nordheimer's Heb, Gramrender the existence of an

mar,

247 early genuine Hebrew Mat- 8. Philip's Life and Times of

. 163

Whitefield

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249
Oratore

22 10. Parker's Journal of an Ex: 13. Memoir of Mrs. Taylor

ploring Tour beyond the

Rocky Mountains 250 Art. XII. LITERARY AND Mis. 11. Pome Education

251 CELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE, 23

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ART. I. REMARKS ON VoluntARY DIENCE OF CARIST? By Rev. AND ECCLESIASTICAL ORGAN- R. W. Landis,

420 IZATIONS FOR THE PROMOTION § III. Views of the Reformers OF BENEVOLENT OBJECTS, By on the Obedience of Christ, Rev. Dr. Woods,

257 Conclusion, Art. 11. AUTHORITY, A SOURCE ART. VIII. CAUSES

OF MORAL OBLIGATION. By DENIAL OF THE Mosaic OriProf. Hickok,

276

PENTATEUCH.

Translated from the German Art. 111. The VERSION

of Prof. Hengstenberg, of ULPHILAS AND THE MOEso

Berlin. By Rev. E. BallanGothic LANGUAGE. By W. tine. [Concluded from Vol. W. Greenough,

297 XI. p. 448.]
Naturalism,

458 Art. IV. INQUIRY RESPECTING

THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE OF Art. 1X. CritiCAL NOTICES, 492 Matthew's GoSPEL, AND THE 1. Gesenius on the Phoenician GENUINENESS OF THE FIRST

Language, two CHAPTERS OF THE SAME ; 2. Rome in the Third Century, 194 WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE

3. London Statistical Journal, 45 TO Mr. Norton's View or 4. Schauffler's Last Days of THESE SUBJECTS AS EXHIBIT

Christ, ED IN HIS TREATISE ON

5. State of Religion in France, 497 GENUINENESS OF THE Gos

6. Report of the Morrison
PELS. By Prof. Stuart, 315 Education Society,
7. Introductory Remarks 315 7. Evangelical Society of Ge-
8. Positive Evidence establish-

neva,
ing the Genuineness of 8. Bacon's Discourse on the
Matthew I. II.

317

Traffic in Spirituous 9. Examination of Objections, 330 Liquors,

499

9. Coit's and Townsend's ArART. V. THE SCRIPTURAL IDEA

rangement of the Bible, 501 ANGELS. By Rev. Dr. 10. Guizot's History of CivilMayer,

356
ization in Europe,

503

11. Letters on Theron and AsART. VI. REVIEW

pasio,

504 MARTINEAU', WORKS, . 389 12. Topical Arrangement of

the Holy Scriptures,

506 Art. VII. WHAT WERE THE 13. Spring's Fragınents, .

507 VIEWS ENTERTAINED BY THE 14. Fosdick's Germ. Grammar, 508 EARLY REFORMERS ON Doctrines OF JUSTIFICATION, Art. X. LITERARY AND MisFaith, AND THE ACTIVE OBE

CELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE, 508

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