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and Importance of Controversy: IV. The Family: III. Science and Revealed RePhilosophy of Life: V. The Relation of ligion: IV. Lectures—Their Position and Justice to Benevolence in the Conduct of Influence: V. Minister and Pulpit : VL. Society : VI, The Secondary and Collater- Names of the Soul : VII. Biblical Theol. al Intluences of the Sacred Scriptures : ogy: VIII. Immigration. VII. The Final Destiny of our Globe. Theological and Literary Journal, (New. Christian Reviero, (New-York,) for July: York,) for July :-I. Dr. G. P. Smith on

Christian Supernaturalism : II. the Geological Theory: II. The Rev. AlSchools in the Turkish Empire: III. Hope bert Barnes's Notes on Revelation xx, 4-6: for our Country: IV. The King and the III. The Princeton Review on MillenariPreacher: V. Scripture Facts and Illus- anism: IV. The Distastefulness of Christrations, collected during a Journey in tianity: V. English Universities : VI. Dr. Palestine, by Professor Hackett: VI. Hip- Nevins's Pantheistic and Development polytus, and his Age: VH. The Catholics Theories. and the School Question.

Mercersburg Quarterly Rerico, (MercersNero - York Quarterly, for July :-I. burg, Pa.,) for July:-1. The Strong Cuban Question: II. John Randolph : Character: II. The Communion of Saints: III. Music a Language : IV. Marie Stuart : III. Paracelsus and his Influence on Chris. V. Recent Progress of the Sciences of tianity and Medicine : IV. The Island of Astronomy and Physics : VI. The late Ægina : V. Franklin and Marshall ColSylvester Judd.

lege : VI. Rationalistic Poetry : VII. ReBibliotheca Sacra, (Andover,) for July: flections on the History of Civil Liberty. - I. Characteristics, Duties, and Culture of Universalist Quarterly, (Boston) for Woman: II. Lucian and Christianity: July :-1. Historical Sketch of InterpreIII. The Relation of the Grecian to Chris- tations of 1 Peter iii, 18-20, and iv, 6: tian Ethics: IV. The Religion of Geology: II. Character and its Predicates: III. The V. On the Use of the Preposition els in Ministry: IV. Agencies in Salvation. Romans v, 18: VI. From Antipatris to Biblical Repertory, (Princeton,) for Emmaus : VII. The Law of Remorse and July :-I. Idea of the Church: II. Boardthe Law of Repentance; or, the Passage man's Bible in the Counting-House : III. from Natural to Revealed Religion : VIII. Journal and Letters of Rev. Henry MarThe Certainty of Success in Preaching: tyn, B. D.: IV. Theology in Germany: IX. Bretschneider's View of the Theology V. Proceedings of the last General Asof Schleiermacher.

sembly. North-American Review, (Boston) for Southern Quarterly Revier, (Charleston,) July :--). Recent English Poetry: II. Po- for July :- 1. State of Parties and the litical Philosophy: III. The Eclipse of Country: II. College and University EduFaith : IV. Sparks's Correspondence of the cation in America : III. Aboriginal Races Revolution : V. Recent Social Theories : of America: IV. Secondary Combats of VI. France, England, and America: VII. the Mexican War: V. Trench on ProrModern Saints, Catholic and Heretic: erbs: VI. The Iroquois Bourbon : VII. The VIII. The Life of St. Paul : IX. Thackeray, Student-Love of Study : VIII. Stowe's as a Novelist: X. The Writings of B. B. Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin, Edwards : XI, Schoolcraft on the Indian New-Englander, (New-Haven,) for AuTribes.

gust :-1. Abbott's Napoleon : II. Is the Christian Examiner, (Boston) for July: Soul Immortal ?: III. Redemption as Re-1. Spiritual Mechanics: II. Religion, lated to the Fall of the Angels : IV. Re Civilization, and Social State of the Jap- forms in Austria, under Joseph I. : anese: III. Poetry: IV. The Errors and V. Life and Character of Professor B. B. Superstitions of the Church of Rome : Edwards : VI. Corruption of the Lord's V. The Character of Archbishop Cran- Supper into the Mass : VII. Dr. Grant mer: VI Heresy Andover Seminary: and the Mountain Nestorians: VIII. Lay. VII. The Doctrine Regeneration : VIII. ard's Discoveries. Crusades: IX. Professor Farrar.

Presbyterian Quarterly Reviero, (Philad.,) Brownson's Quarterly, (Boston) for for September:-1. Thoughts on Theology: July :-1. The Spiritual Order Supreme: II. The " Presbyterian Magazine "and the II. Mother Seton and St. Josephs : III. “Spirit of American Presbyterianism :" Philosophical Studies on Christianity : III. Historical Development of the DoeIV. Wallis's Spain : V. The Fathers of the trine of the Atonement: IV. Chilling. Desert.

worth: V. The General Assembly: VI. Free- Will Baptist Quarterly, for July :- Dr. Skinner's Translation of Vinet's PasI. Biblical Criticism : II. The Herodian toral Theology.

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Abbott, (Rev. Benjamin,) early preach. Asia, inhabited by seven races.... Page 45
ing of........

Page 9 number of languages and dialects
Abelard, his position in philosophy 345–354 of.......

51
Action, motives of human..

13 number of the population of, to
Adam and Eve, paradisiacal state of.... 269 which the Church has access .... 47
Age, character of the present............. 427 proportion of missionaries to pop-
Alford's Greek Testament...
318 ulation in

55
America, Chateaubriand's writings on. 108 recent improvements in ocean
influence of, on the political

navigation furnish new facili-
world

435

ties for the evangelization of .... 49
American Christians, duties of........... 441 religions and languages of......... 46
patriots, duties of ...

410 science and literature of, barren
Amos, traces of Pentateuch in...... 79

and shallow....

53
Anachronisms, seeming, of the Penta-

social condition in, corrupt and
teuch considered...

92
barbaric........

54
Analogies and analogical reasoning..... 220 superficial area, general divisions,
-, etymological........
227 and population of.....,

44
of the “ Vestiges of Civilization,”

superstions of, becoming effete... 49
fanciful.......

224

wholly possessed by heathenism
Annihilation of the wicked after the

in various forms.....

52
general judgment, held by Dr. Athanasius on the Christian festivals.. 155
M'Culloh....

276 Athens during the youth of Socrates 375–377
Auselm, of Canterbury ...............

479, 576
birth of.....
577 Bacon, Francis...........

351, 489
-, education of............................

578 influence of his labours............ 494
inconsistency of......

584 the, of the Nineteenth Century.. 489
made Archbishop....

580 conditions which must be satis-
quarrel between, and Henry...... 585 fied by any philosopher who may
quarrel between, and William II 581 claim to be the.

496
theology of.....

588 Baconian reform, characteristics of:
Apostles, the, emulated by early Meth-

1. Universality of, 490; 2. Man-
odist preachers......

14

ner in which undertaken, 491;
Apostolic succession......

542 3. Christian spirit of the, 494;
Architecture, church, in the United

4. Dependence of, on previous
States...
280 forms of philosophy.....

495
Aristotle........

342 conditions of any new reform that
comprehensiveness of his philos-

can take rank with the.. 496
ophy

509 -, narrowed and dwarfed by the
his intellect, philosophy, and la-

successors of its founder.......... 508
bours in behalf of logic........ 343 | Barnes's Commentary on the Revela-
his writings imbued with a re-

tion

198
ligious spirit......

344 Baumgarten on the Acts............ 315
Arminius, Works of Dr. James... ..... 472 Becks (Peter) General of the Jesuits... 620
Arnauld, M. Agnes.....

203 Becquerel's Des Climats et de l'Influ-
Marie Angélique

193 ence qu'exercent les sols Boisés
Asbury, Journal of Rev. Francis......... 599 et non Boisés......
Asia, absence of rising sects
49 Bible, circulation of the

439
, as a mission field, openings, en- Biblical criticism ..

549
couragements, difficulties, and

the design of............................

550
wants of........
47 Bibliotheca Philologica.........

486
climate of
53 Biography-writing.

364
European colonies and posses- Blackader's Chronological New Testa-
sions in.....

50
ment

317
existence of ancient, though cor- Bledsoe's Theodicy........

617
rupt, forms of Christianity in, Bodin et son Temps

629
a promising indication..... 48 Bohemia, tendencies to reformation in,
-, extent of territory and popula-

treated by Neander......

104
tion of.....

............. 135, 303
FOURTH SERIES, VOL. V. -40

51 Bohn's Classical Library...

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623

.

........ 510

184

“Book-revelation"
Page 172 | Climate of Asia.....

Page 53
Boone, Daniel........

364, 367–372 Coleridge, (S. T.,) complete works of... 313
Brace's Home-Life in Germany..... 469 Commentary, Barnes's, on the New
Brodhead's History of New-York 466

Testament

138
Brown's Sufferings and Glories of the Comte's ambition and failure ........... 507
Messiah......
606 claims tested

497

exclusion of logic and metaphys-
Calvinistic view of original sin........... 271

ics from his speculations

505
Cannon's Lectures on Pastoral Theology 470 philosophy

513
Catechism of the M. E. Church...... 476 philosophy not universal............ 510
Chalmers, Memoir of the Life and Wri-

relations to Bacon.......
tings of.......

141, 469
standard of morality

501
Characteristics of the Baconian reform 490 Conscience, a good, necessary to a use-
Chastel's Etudes Historiques sur l'Influ-

ful and vigorous exercise of the
ence de la Charité, &c............... 627 intellectual faculties

547
Chateaubriand, a picture in the Louvre 107 Constitution of the primitive Church... 277

his enthusiasm, and romantic Cony beare and Howson's Life and Epis-
traits of character.....

112
tles of St. Paul......

316
his nationality, and Gallic ego-

Credibility, historic, involved in the
tism.....

121

theory of Strauss ...................
his political career......

114
of the Christian writers

259
his reminiscences of travel......... 113 of the Scriptures, only sure ground
his style......

120
of demonstration of.....

266
his writings on America...... 108 Cyclopædia Bibliographica

486
intense personal identity, pre-
served throughout his writings,

Darling's Cyclopædia Bibliographica... 156
and constituting them an auto-

Davidson (Dr.) on Biblical Criticism 475, 549
biography of.................. 108-111 style of....

567
practical character of his author- Demon of Socrates, the.............. 379
ship...........
117 Descartes.....

493, 511
Cherbuliez's Causes de la Misère tant

Discourses from the spirit-world, by
Moral que Physique.....
626 Stephen Olin ...

601
Christ, Dr. M'Culloh's view of divinity

Divinity of Christ, Dr. M'Culloh's view
of...
272-275 of...

272-275
Christian character, the times call for

Dusterdieck's Die drei Johanneischen
a higher type of....

442
Briefe

316
Examiner and Dr. Olin

600 Duty of the Church with respect to
Christianity and mysticism............... 161

Asia .....

44, 48, 57
Lectures on the Evidences of...... 312
Christians, duties of American.... 441 Education, ministerial, in the M. E.
Church architecture in the United

Church

464
States........

280

Thirteenth Annual Report of the
Catechisms of the M. E.............. 476 Wesleyan Committee of 479
constitution of the primitive...... 277 Eichoff's Tableau de la Literature du
difficulties in the way of

51 Nord au Moyen Age, &c........ 628
duty of, with respect to Asia 44, 48, 57 Eleatic school of philosophy

335
-, encouragements for the
50 Eliot's Discourses

467
government, principles of . 147 Eloquence, select British, by Dr. Good-
hereditary wrongs and tradition-

rich

150
al errors of..
130 Encyclopædia Britannica.

326
, influence which the, may exert
Enthusiasm of Chateaubriand.

112
upon reforms.....

130 é chaußúverat, in Hebrews ii, 16,
ministerial education in the M. E. 464 meaning of.......................

301, 453
most of Asia open to the
47 Eras of nations

483
of England, abuses in.......... 157, 478 Ethical science, a reform needed in 510
sixth volume of Neander's history European literature, letter on recent... 6:23
of the...

103 Evangelists, agreement of the.... 355
Tract Society of the M. E.......... 485 -, a supposition by which to account
Circulation of the Bible

439 for coincidences among the....... 361
Circumstantial testimony the only sure ,John'sGospel compared with those
demonstration of the credibility

of the other..

357
of the Scriptures

316 -, similarity in diversity, and diver-
Civilization defined....

405
sity in similarity of

360
the heathen and medieval, of Ire- Evil, origin of. (See Origin of Evil.).
land

404 Ewald's Jahrbücher der Biblischen
Vestiges of. (See Vestiges.)

Wissenschaft

316
Clark's Theological Library .........318, 479 Exegesis of Hebrews ii, 16.......... 301, 453
Clemens Alexandrinos, Reinkens on ... 155 Exposition of 1 Corinthians iii,
Clement's Jacques Cæur et Charles VII. 628 1-17

394, 592

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Faith, according to the teachings of the Hedding, (Rev. Elijah, intellectual
"Spiritualists

Page 174

character and literary attain-
the Eclipse of.................... 169, 464 ments of

Page 17
Fall, the.......

568 is admitted by N. Y. Annual Con-
though possible, not necessary 571 ference, June 16, 1801 ...

10
Father Reeves.....

446 licensed to exhort in 1799...... 10
a model class-leader ......

447
licensed to preach

10
Finley, (Rev. J. B.,) autobiography of. 595 ordained bishop, May 28, 1824... 15
Formation of a Manly Character. 311 ordained deacon, 1803..

12
Freedom, advance in human........ 432, 434 ordained elder, 1805

12
self-distrust

16
Garden Walks with the Poets, by Mrs. , severe illness, 1832

19
Kirkland

141 Hengstenberg (Dr.) on the Pentateuch 75
General of the Jesuits, mode of elect- Hengstenberg's Hohelied Salomonis ... 479
ing a.....

620 | Henkle on Church Government. 147
Genuineness of the Pentateuch, ac- Hetherington's History of the Westmin-
knowledged by the ablest his-

ster Assenibly of Divines 607
torians..
76 Hilgenfeld der Galaterbrief....

318
Geographical science....

249 Hirscher’s Sympathies of the Continent 156
Geschichte der Reformation in Schott- Hollard De l'Homme et des Races Hu-
land, by Rudloff.
161 maines

625
God, attributes of, attempt to prove Holliday's Life and Times of Rey. Al-
from design, considered

35
len Wiley......

461
Clarke's (Dr. S.) argument for the Holmes's Wesley Offering

604
existence of, drawn from our Hosmer on the Higher Law............... 143
ideas of space and duration, con- Hudson's Shakspeare.......

467
sidered

32 Humanity, an object of adoration, as
does nature lead us to the idea

held by M. Comte.

503
of a

39 Humboldt, Lives of the brothers Alex-
existence of, not assumed, but

ander and William.....

475
recorded by the Scriptures 41 Huss, Neander's opinion of

105
names of, in the Pentateuch...... 83 Hyperides, the New Fragments of 58
the a posteriori argument for ex-
istence and attributes of, con- Idolatry, according to the teaching of
sidered
35 the Spiritualists

174
the a priori argument for exist- Immigration into this country........... 437

ence and attributes of considered 31 Immortality of the soul, not demon-
triune nature of, attempt to prove

strable apart from Scripture ..... 38
by reason, considered
32 Infidelity......

180
Gorrie's Episcopal Methodism as it was Inquisition, the

306
and is

603 | Instauratio Maxima, what may be ex-
Gospel, nearly the entire globe open to

pected from the....

512
the preaching of the

438 Instauration,universality contemplated
Gospels, Strong's Harmony of the 354 by the Baconian

490
Government of Japan

292 Intellectual regeneration demanded by
principles of Church ................. 147

the times.....

510
Greek and Roman mythology

471 , how only it can be achieved 511
- Church, works on the
621 Intelligence, defined.

123
Griesbach, (Dr.John James,) his editions

influence of, on personal piety.... 128
of the New Testament

563

relation of, to the efficiency of the
Guizot, recent publications of............ 305 Church in aggressive operations 131

relation of, to the efficiency of the
Habits, intellectual and physical, which

Church in her coöperation with
should characterize a minister... 548 the world ..

129
Hagenbach's Christliche Kirche der

relation of, to the piety and effi-
drei ersten Jahrhunderte......... 477 ciency of the Church......... 123
Haldane, brothers, Life of

154 Investiture, quarrels respecting the
Hart's Epitome of Greek and Roman

right of.

581, 585
Mythology

471 Ireland, early arts of,-1. Poetry, 411;
Hassé's Ånselm von Canterbury... 479, 576 2. Architecture....

422
Hebrew MSS. as a means of correcting

early authors of ...................... 406
the text
556 early laws of ......

424
Hedding, (Rev. Elijah,) birth and early

early literature of .....

410

the heathen and mediæval civili-
character as a bishop
16 zation of.........

404
closing scenes of his life..... 20-29 Itinerancy at the beginning of the pres-
his catholicity

18 ent century, trials and labours of, 11
his energy of character

12 introduced into the Prussian
his success..........
12 Church.......

160

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9, 10

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of............

........ 326

Jacobi, (Prof.,) letters from... Page 157, 480 Microscopist, the.......... Page 140
Jacobus's Notes on the Gospels.

614 Ministerial education in the M. E.
Jacoby's Handbuch des Methodismus... 618 Church

464
Jansenius, Cornelius.......
192 Miracles.....

181, 462
Japan and the Japanese....
282 Miscellanies of Neander

106
commercial importance of.......... 288 Missionary labour, nearly the entire
foreign intercourse with,not toler-

globe open to.....

438
ated

287
wants of the present age

443
government of
292 Missions, Methodist...

3:22
persecution of all foreigners and Monarchy, restoration of, in France 313, 463
Christians in
285 Monastery of Port Royal

191
position of woman in... ........... 289 demolished by the Jesuits, 1710.. 208
printing, when known in ........... 289 founded in 1204......

193
prospect of commercial and social Morality, Comte's standard of... 501
intercourse with, and its prob- Moral obligation, benefit received, the
able results.....
......... 297-301

ground of........... 513, 516, 522, 526
religion of.......

295, 297 declared by the New Testament... 530
Jesuits, mode of electing a general of

imposed out of regard to the well-
the.......

620 being of its subjects......... 521
the, and their hostility to the

insufficiency of all other reasons
Port Royalists

200 which can be assigned for... 516
the, in Japan.......

283 shown from the divine law 526
John the Baptist, was he, or Elijah,

substitutes for the true ground
with our Lord on the Mount of

516_526
Transfiguration........
456 Morell's Analysis of Sentences

166
Journal of Rev. Francis Asbury......... 599 Motives, as affecting the freedom of the

will........

262
Kingsley's Phaethon.
608 of human action

13
Kitto's Daily Bible Illustrations......... 139 Mystics of the fourteenth century,

Neander's essay on

105
Law as the ground of moral obligation 519 Mythology, Hart's Epitome of Greek
Laws, the early, of Ireland...... 424

and Roman ....

471
Layard's Monuments of Nineveh
Learning as a sign of the times 431 Names of God in the Pentateuch

83
influence of, on personal piety. 128 National Magazine, noticed......... 146
in the Church

125 Natural theology, limits and embarrass-
in the clergy..
126 ments of

36
Literature, early, of Ireland...... 410 Nature, does it lead us to the idea of a
Logic excluded from Comte's philos-

Creator

39
ophy

505 Neander, aim of, in the sixth volume
of his Church History

104
Mayners, the book of......

309 his essay on the Mystics of the
Marie Angélique Arnauld

193
fourteenth century..

105
death of.......
............... 203
his miscellanies

106
letter by......
199 his opinion of Huss.

105
saying of, respecting the suffi-

his opinion of Wiclif.
ciency of Scripture....
202

156
Materials for a critical investigation

, plan pursued by, in the former
of the Old and New Testa-

volumes of his Church History .. 104

551, 558, 559 -, recently published writings of.... 102
Matter, created or eternal, reason un. Necessitarians, fallacy of, on the sub-
able to determine.....
35 ject of motives....

262
Matthäi's Die Auslegung des Vaterun- Nero

619 Newman, (Mr.) dogmas of.... 171, 172, 177
Maurice's Prophets and Kings........... 317 dogmas of, carried out ......... 173
M'Clure's Memoir of the Translators... 470 New Testament, ancient versions of .... 560
M'Culloh on annihilation of the wicked 276 Barnes's Commentary on ........... 138

on the divinity of Christ....... 272-275 criticism, history of modern........ 663
on the resurrection
................... 275

-, materials for a critical investiga-
on the Scriptures....
251 tion of the..........

559
Mère Anastatie......

209 MSS., the uncial and the cur.
Metaphysics excluded from Comte's

sive

560
speculations.......

505

, present received text of the........ 563
Methodist Episcopal Church, extent of

Scholz's (Dr.) critical work on.... 561
the, at the present time

18
extent of the, half a century Olds's Philosophy and Practice of Faith 615
since

18 Old Testament, materials for a critical
property case .............................

136 investigation of the............ 551, 558
missions ....

322 Olin, (Dr.) Life and Letters of......... GUD

.

...... 104

Krabbe on...

ment ...........

ser ......

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