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1 Thess. v. 21... Vol. I. 566-569 1 Tim. iii, 16. ...... I. 569

II. 522, 632 2 Tim. ii. 2.........

I. 503 Tit. ii. 13........ III. 56 Heb. xi. 37.......

III. 33, 34 i Pet. ii. 23........ II. 24, 630

Ill. 35 1 Jolin iii. 16.......

iv. 3. ....... III. 93
v. 7, 8. ...... I. 430, 569

JI, 26, 38
11. 471, 496, 568

II. 23, 29, 30, 35, 56, 62, 81 Jude 1........ 1. 541

4, 7...... II. 450 Rev. i. 5......... III. 57

xxii. 14...... II. 402

Acts xiv. 19...Vol. III.62

XV. 20, 29.... II. 13-20, 524, 525
XX. 28....... II. 402

III. 32, 57
Rom. i. 3......... 11. 233
32........ I. 296

II. 20

III. 8, 32 ix. 4, 5......

I. 368, 423

II. 60 xii. 13....... II. 492

UI. 32 i Cor. vi. 20. ... ... II. 27

ix. 6........ 1. 427

10....... I. 566

24....... II. 630

xi. 23, 24.... II. 21
Eph. 1. 1......... II. 466–468

iv. 30... . . II. 21, 625
v. 9......... I. 608

III. 23

INDEX III.

TEXTS OF SCRIPTURE EXPLAINED.

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Gen. i. 2. ... Vol. III. 13

26, 27..... V. 423, 424, 447

28-30.... V. 448
ii. throughout, V. 448-454
iii. 1-5..... V. 450

6-19.... V. 450---452
14. ...... V. 451
20, 21.... V. 452, 453

22.......
vi. 1-4.....
2. ......

II. 485 xlix. 10..... V. 40 Exod. ii. 11, 12.... II. 485

xxiii. 20, 21. V. 386

xxxiii. 15... V. 386 Deut. xviii. 15—20. II. 485

V. 40 Judg. xiv. 14.....

vu..... IV. 145 2 Kings ii. 9........ V. 398 1 Chron, xii. 18...... V. 398 Psalm xl. 7....... V. 376 xlv. 7......

V. 383 li. 8........

Ixix. 31.... II. 365 Prov. i. 23......

V. 398
iv. 20.-27... V. 303

viii. 22, 23.. V. 90
Eccles. iv, 13....... II. go, note i.
xii. 1.......

V. 425 Isa. xxviii. 10... IV. 245 lxij. 1-6. . II. 365

V. 465, 466
Ezek. i. 1........ II. 285
Mic. vi. 1-7..... V. 40, 41
Hag. ii.9........ V. 42
Zech, jij. 1-4..... II. 286

vi. 12, 13... II. 286
xii. 10-14. . II. 286

Matt. i. 1.... Vol. II. 611

iv. 1. ...... V. 145

23. ..... I. 570
V. 3. ....... 1. 469

II, 233, 306
4. ....... II. 233
6. ....... I. 469

44.. ..... III. 88
vi. 1-4.... III. 67

13...... II. 596 viii. 24–26.. I. 270

28; ? Mark v. 2 ) Mait. ix. 1. ...... II. 612

xii. 27...... 1. 268

28. ..... V. 397, note.
31... ... V. 406
43-45., I. 269

47, 48... II. 202
xiii. 3-82
Luke viii. 5,8).

{.. I. 469 Matt. xii. 35..... I. 220

xvi, 17-19.. III. 390

28...... I. 510
xvii. 21 ?
Mark ix. 29

{.. I. 270

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Matt. xx. 1-16... III. 72

xxii. 11, 12.. 1. 571
xxiv. 15, 16. III. 496
xxvi. 39..... V. 173

xxvii. 32 )
Mark xv. 21 y. I. 511
Luke xxiii. 26 )
Matt. xxvii. 46.... V. 171, 172

62-66. V. 522-524 xxviii. 1.... V.526, 527

17... II. 407
19... IV. 341

20... II. 611 Mark i. 1........ III. 84

23-26... 1. 271

II. 72

xiii. 11.

II. 286

xiv. 9 S iii. i. .....

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V. 278

Mark v. 1-19. Vol. V. 476-480

John xv 1.7–17, Vol. V. 386, 403, 406, 407 39....... II. 627

13...... V. 473 X. 39, 40.... II. 627

14...... V. 474 III. 88

xvii. 5. ..... V. 316, 377 xiii. 32. ..... V. 387

xviii. 15..... III. 216 xiv. 51, 52... III. 186

xix. I-8,9, 12 I. 83 xv. 25...... V. 482-484

13, 14.. V. 482--484 40...... II. 476

25...... III. 87 xvi. 1....... V. 528–53 1

39. ..... V. 485 9.... .. I. 241

40...... V. 530 9-20... III. 186, 187

XX. 19. V. 483, 539, 540
12...... V. 537, 538

II. 530, 531
Luke i. 1-4. ..... III. 156, 157, 197, 198, 203,-106 Acts i. 2....... V. 408
2.........
III. 13

ii. 8....... II. 471
III. 86, 87

15. ......

I. 112 ii. 1........ I. 139–142

32....... V. 390 2........ I. 1594175

iv. 4. .......

III. 37, 393 13.......

III. 213 25. ...... V. 503

24–31.... I. 271 34, 35.... IV. 35

V. 3, 4. ..... V. 408 iii. 23....... I. 323

32. ...... V. 408 II. 420

vi. 1. ....... V. 487 iv, 18........ II. 366

9. ....... 1. 271, 272 viii. 2....... I. 260

vii. 54. ...... V. 389 x. 17, 18.... I. 271

viii, 18, 19... V. 408 xi, 13....... V. 405

ix. 19–25... III. 263, 264 xv. 11–32... II. 465

26–30... III. 168, 169, 264, 369 xvi. 25...... II. 611

31....... I. 54-56 xxii. 43, 44.. I. 511

V. 408 44.. ... V. 375, note a.

X. 28....... III. 397, note e. xxiii. 43..... V. 171

xi. 19, 20.... III. 266 xxiv. 12..... V. 541

28....... I. 132-134 18. .... II. 420

xii. 17....... III. 402 III. 87

xiii. 1-4.... V. 409 V. 484

xv. 20, 28, 29. I. 571 44. .... II. 544, 545

II. 13-20, 410, 524, 525 49..... V. 405

V. 409, 410, 494-519 John i. 1–5...... I. 618, 619

xvi. 13...... I. 61,62 IV. 335, 336

16–18. . I. 261, 262, 265 1-12..... III. 240-242

11. 611 V. 379, 380

16-39.. I. 99 9. ....... II. 611

xyii. 18...... II. 611 14. ...... V. 375, 380

22, 23... I. 105, 106, and 105 note d. 15. ....., V. 376

II. 611 15, 30. ... 1. 167

IV. 171-174 ii. 14, 15, 18, 31,

34...... II. 371 19, 20...

xviii. 8, 17... II. 611 20. ....... 1. 205

15. .... I. 104 iii. 5........ I. 469

xix. 1-7..... I. 176 13....... V. 389

V. 410, 474
v. 1........ II. 420

XX, 22, 23, 28 V. 409
III. 88

xxi. 17-30... V. 515, 516
18....... V. 389

24. ..... I. 115, 116 39. ... ... III. 20

xxiii. 3...... III. 67 vi. 44....... V. 134

xxiv. 14..... 54, 55.... I. 501, 571

IV. 505 vii. 5....... III. 382

xxvii. 2...... III. 307 6, 7, 8. .. III. 382

xxviii. 19.... III. 312 39. ..... V. 474

Romans i. 3, 4. ...... V. 389, 390 viii. 1-11... I. 25

ii. 16, xyi. 25. 1. 572 56, 58... V. 377

v. 12........ V. 457 ix. 3........ I. 265

vii........... II. 631 xi. 47, 48.... I. 31

viii. 33, 34... II. 596 49–52... I. 211, 212

ix. 3......... III. 83 xii. 7....... V. 487

5......... I. 368, 423 20, 21... V. 480-482

25, 26.... V. 47, 48 xiii. 3. ...... V. 378

xiv. 17. ..... V. 410, 411 14, 15... 1. 571

XV, 24....... III. 32 xiv, 1-7..... V. 131, 132

xvi. 5. ....... II. 612 16, 17, 26 V. 403, 404, 474

21....... III. 32 xv, 18. ...... I. 167

l i Cor. v.9. ........ II. 631

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i Cor. v. 9..... Vol. IIJ. 33, 468

, Col. ii. 9..... Vol. V. 203, 389, 427. 9, 10, 11... III. 467, 468

iv. 14........

II. 550, 605 vi. 11. ....... V. 414

III. 87 vii. 12, 25, 40. V. 519

16. ....... II. 521, 607 ix. 5, 6.. ..... III. 146

III. 11, 84, 87, 357, 361 20-22.,.. V. 517, 518

i Thess. i. 5, 6....... V. 417 27....... II. 611, 630

iv. 16, 17..... II. 109 xii. 3........ V. 417

v. 19-22..... V. 416, 417 7, 13..... V. 411

21, 22.,... I. 61 xy. 7........ 1. 572

2 Thess. ii. 1-12..... II. 94. 612 III. 369

4......... II. 612
24—28... V. 88

ji. 17........ III. 407
i. 18. 1

.... V. 409
II. 611

iv. 14.) V. 466, 467

iii. 16.......

1. 573
50....... II. 198

vi. 20... ..... III. 152
xvi. 2......
III. 33

2 Tim. i. 15... III. 314, 315 2 Cor. ii. 17, 18.... V. 412

16..... II. 612
iv. 4.........
.. IV. 620

ii. 8...

II. 371: and see on Rom. ii. 16 V. 391

iv. 6....

III. 313, 314
V. 14.......
V. 465

10........

II. 371 viii. 18 ..... II. 495, 548, 550, 552, 612

16, 17. III. 313, 314
III. 151, 152

II. 556
xi. 4.. ....
V. 414

18........ III. 314
6. ....... 1. 532

Tit. iii. 3........ 1. 572
II. 571

10, 11.... II. 22, 23
xii. 2-4..... II. 108

II. 582
7......
II. 571

Philem. 2........

II. 612 Gal. i. 19 ...... II. 631

Heb. i. 1-12..... V. 392–394
ii. 1, 2..... III. 400

V. 382
4. ......
V. 520

V. 383
III. 172

O I2... V. 393, 394
11-16.... V. 514

V. 400
14..... III. 403

V. 330, note
V. 426

V. 400, 401
9......
V. 264

ix. 14..... V. 417, note
II. 571

X. 5...... V. 375, 376 vi. 11... III. 290, 291

28, 29.. V. 418 V. 521

xi. 35-37.... V. 469-472
Eph. i. 13......
V. 414

xii. 16. ..... V. 508 .
15........
III. 351

xiii. 23...... III. 318, 335, 341
15, 16..... III. 11

1 Pet. i. 1, 2....... III. 418 ii. 3......... II. 471, 479

12......... V. 401 V. 99

.. V. 224 13. 19..... III. 396

13, 14..... I. 48
V.414

iii. 3......... V. 21
20........
II. 613

iv. 15........ 1. 109
V.413

v. 13........ II. 522, 626 V. 390

III. 43, 53, 55, 424; 425 iv. 30........ V. 414, 415

2 Pet. ii. 15, 16.... III. 409 y. 18, 19..... V. 416,

i John v. 5-10..... V. 418, 419 vi. 2, 11, 12.. I. 248

3 John 5, 6, 7....... III. 434, 435 Phil. ii. 6......... IV.90

9.......

JII. 434, 435, 469
V. 199, 376, 392

Jude 6........

III. 445 6, 8. ... ... I. 368, 572

8,9......... III. 444
II. 21, 62, 108, 127

Rey. i. 2......... J. 642
V. 327, 328

ii. 24, 25..... V. 504
9, 10, 11... V. 328, 329

vi. 12, 13.... III. 43
14....
II. 631

vii. 1, 3...... III. 43, 44
iii. 5........ V. 489

xx. 1-3, 7... III. 44 Col. i. 15......., V. 391, 392

xxii. 17...... V. 419 15, 19..... II. 631, 632

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John xix. 30..............
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XX. 17.................

XX. 29........

Acts xvi. 31.. (Two Sermons)..
302 Rom. xi. 11.. (Three Sermons)

. xii. 2. . . (Two Sermons)..
2 Cor. viii. 9...

xiii. 14...............
3

Gal. iii. 13, 14..

Eph. v. 16 ........
142 Phil. ii. 5-11.. (Four Sermons).

iv. 5.........vorir"
229

iv. 3.....................
175

2 Thess. i. 10........

| 1 Tim. iii. 16. ......
192

iv. 8. ,. (Two Sermons)

vi. 12. .........
207 | 2 Tim. i. 5 ......................
131 | James iii. 2....,...
218 2 Pet. i. 15, 16...(Two Sermons). .....
Rev. iii. 18....

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i Kings xviii. 12 ......
Psalm ixxxiv. 11.......

cxix. 59. ......

60...........
Proverbs iv. 23.......

viii. 17 ....

xxviii. 14.......
Micah vi. 8. ...... ('Three Sermons)
Matthew x. 16..........

xi. 12 ..........
xii. 36, 37.....
xix. 13, 14, 15..
xxvi. 13 ........
xxvii. 52, 53.....

xxviii. 12, 13 ...
Luke xvii. 22.....
John xiv. 2. .....

xiv. 27......
XV. 5......
xvi. 24.......
xix. 28, 29........

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THE PRECEDING VOLUMES..

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A.D. VOL. PACE
Abgarus, king of Edessa ........... .... 33 iii. 594
Acacius, Bp of Cæsarea, in Palestine .......340 ii. 311
Acts of Paul and Thecla in the second century i.
Acts of Pilate.......................... 33 ill. 599
Adamavtius, author of a Dialogue against ihe

Marcionites.. .......................330 ij. 406
Adamites or Adamians, an imaginary sect ... iv. 575
Addas, or Adamantus, a Manichec; near the

end of the third or the beginning of the

fourth century........................ ii. 150
Adrian, emperor... ....................117 iv. 51

A. D. VOLPAGE
Aërius............

........360 ii. 413
Aëtius, an Arian .......................359 ii. 311
Julius Africanus........................220 i. 513
Agapius, a Manichæan writer of the fourth
century..........

........ ii. 151
Agathias, writer of the history of Justinian. ..565 iv. 428
Agrippa Castor.........

..........132 i. 437
Alexander, Bp of Alexandria.............313 ii. 301
Alexander, Bp of Jerusalem .............. 212 491
Alexander of Lycopolis, in the fourth cen- ... ii. 144
tury.........

....... S... iv. 307
The Alexandrian Manuscript........ about 500 ii. 44

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a. D. VOL. PAGE
Alogians, an imaginary sect ......

... iv. 690
Arius. ............

316 ii.
Anbrose, Origon's friend.................230 i. 521 Arnobius............................. 300 ii, 244
Ambrose, Bp of Milan..................374 ii. 493 Another Arnobius ......

.............460 ii. 256
Amelius, a Platonic philosopher ...........263 iv. 200 Arrian, who published Epictetus...........109

47
Ammonius, author of the Harmony of the

Artemon, an 'Unitarian in the second century
Gospels.............................220 i. 503 Asterius Urbanus. ...........

232 i. 489
Aminonius Saccas, a heathen philosopher at

Asterius, an Arian. .....

313
Alexandria, master of Plotinus .........

Athanasius, Bp of Alexandria ....

326 ii. 398
Ammonius, a giammarian and priest at Alex.

Athenagoras ............

178 i.

377
andria, master of Socrates the historian. ...391 iv. 496 The Audians. .................. 350 ii.

411
Amphilocbius, Bp of Iconium.............370

Six writers of the Augustan history....... ..306 iv. 250
Anatolius, Bp of Laodicea................270

1145
Anatolius, præfect of Illyricum in the time

Augustine, Bp of Hippo Regius, in Africa... 395 ii. 149
of Constantius, a zealous Gentile...
jv. 384

1576
Andrew, Bp of Cæsarca in Cappadocia......500 ii. 43 Aurelian, emperor ...................... 270 iv. 207
Angelics, an obscure sect. ....

i. 587
Anonyinous author of the second epistle as-

B.
scribed to Clement of Rome, wrilten in
the third century .....................

393 Bacchylus ........

......196 i. 445
Anonymous author against Artenion ....... 212

Bardesanes ............ ..............10

.......180 i. 441
Anonymous author of Questiones et Respon-

Sr. Barnabas........................... 71 i.
siones ad Orthodoxos, ascribed to Justin

283

Basil, Bp of Ancyra in Galatia.............336 ii. 314
Martyr, written in the fifth century ......

Basil, Bp of Cæsarea, in Cappadocia ....... 370 ii. 465
Anonymous author of the epistle to Diog-

Basilides, a Heretic............... about 132 iv.
netus; the second or third century .......

534

Venerable Bede .......................701 iii. 78
Anonymous author of a Computation of

Bemarchius, who wrote the history of Con-
Easter .............................. 243 11.

stantine............................. 350 iv.
Anonymous author concerning Discipline. ...250 ii.

Beryllus, Bp of Bostra in Arabia. ..........230 i.
Anonymous author in praise of Martyrdom :

Bruttius Præsens, a beathen historian, ......136 iv.
the third century ........
Anonymous author against the Novatian

Heretics ............................ 255
Anonymous author of the Passion of Perpetua
and Felicitas.........................203

Caians, or Cainites, an imaginary sect.....

i.
Anonymous author of Rebaptizing .........256

Caius ................................217 i.
Anonymous author concerning Shows ......250

Candidus : in the second century ..........
Anonymous author of Circumcision; time

Carpocrates, a Heretic in the second century,
uncertain ...........................

The third council of Carthage. ............397 ii.
Anonymous writer against the Christians. ... 303 iv.

Cassian, a principal defender of Docetism,about 190 iv.
Anonymous author against the Marcionites:

J. Cassian..........................424
time uncertain .......................

M. A. Cassiodorius Senator...............556 ïïi.
Anonymous author of the Acts of Saturninus

Celsus...............

:.............. 176 iv. 112
and others : at the beginning of the fourth

Cerdon, a follower of Heracleon in the second
century ......................

ii. 298
century .................

iv. 586
Anonymous author of a Commentary upon

Cerinthus, an early Heretic. .............. iv. 554
the book of Job: the fourth century......

Chalcidius, a pbilosopher; time uncertain...
Anonymous author of a treatise in Augus-

Chromatius, Bp of Aquileia...............401 ii. 624
tine's works .........................418

John Chrysostom, Bp of Constantinople.....398 600
Antoninus the pious, emperor.............138 iv.

Claudian.............................396 iv, 288
Marcus Antoninus, emperor ..............161 iv.

Clement, Bp of Rome................... 96 i. 289
Apelles, a Marcionite............... about 160 iv.

Clement of Alexandria ......

i. 392
Claudius Apollinaris, Bp of Hierapolis, in

Clementine Homilies : the second century ... i.
Phrygia. ............................176 i.

474
Clementine Epitome: fourth or fifth century

439
Apollinarius, Bp of Laodicea in Syria .......362 ii.

A Commentary upon thirteen of St. Paul's
Apollonius, a Roman senator.............. 1$6 i.

Epistles. And see Hilary, deacon of
Another Apollonius, who wrote against the

Rome ...........

..................380 ii. 520
Montanisis ..........................211 i. 479

Commodian .......

......... 270 ii. 71
Apostolical constilutions and canons: time

Constantine the great, the first Christian
uncertain............................

ii. 421
emperor ............................300

321

......................306 ii.
Apostolics, an obscure sect ...............

Cornelius, Bp of Rome ..................251 ii.
Appion : in the second century......

Cosmas, of Alexandria ..... ........535 ii.
Apthonius, a Manichee, in the fourth century

Cresconius, grammarian among the Donatists. 406 ii. 298
Apuleius, a Platonic philosopher...........164 iv. 107

Cyprian, Bp of Carthage, in Africa ........248 ii.
Arabianus : tbe second century ............ i. 413

Cyril, Bp of Jerusalem. ................. 348 11.
.....................
.......544 iii. 57

Cyril, Bp of Alexandria.................412 ii.
Archelaus, Bp in Mesopotamia : the begin-
ning of the fourth century ...

D
Arethas.......

...........................540 il. 56
Aristides ..........

.... 126 i. 437 J. Damascenus .......................730 11. 79
Aristides the sophist. ....................176

Damascius............................540

...540 iv. 422
Aristo, of Fella. ..........

.....140 i. 438 Damasus, Bp of Rome. ................ 366 ii. 464

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