I. 100. Append. 41. What are the only Şa-

crifices now to be offered up, I. 108, 413.
Salvation, what is not to be depended upon for

obtaining it. 1. Not the Republication of the
Law of Nature, 2. Not Christ dying an Ex-
ample, nor in Testimony of the Truth that
God is of a reconcileable Disposition. 3. Not
Repentance grounding upon the forgiving
Goodness of God in contempt of the Mediator.
What is to be depended upon, viz. the Death

of the Mediator. See Mediator.
Sanction of Law, support of all Government in

Heaven and Earth, I. 291.
Satisfaction, what kind the Mediator made, I.

283, 288, 345, 360, 363, 373.
Sceptick, the Folly and Inconsistency of his Pro-

ceedings, II. 265. The Wickedness of them,

274. Their Objections answer'd, 269.
Seal of the New Covenant once put by the Blood

of Christ, recogniz'd by both parties of the

Covenant, in the two Sacraments, I. 144.
Scriptures, holy, why the Rules of Method and

artificial Eloquence neglected, I. 251. A per-
feet Rule of Morals, ib. The Deists Incon-
fistency as to various Readings, 358. II.
277. The Authority of Scripture neceffary, I.
257. They only give the true knowledge of
God, Ourselves, and Happiness, I. 258. Per-
spicuity of them against the Deists, 267. Pru-
dential Rules of Interpretation, 277. Who
the unlearned that wrest Scripture, 269. The
Things hard to be understood, ib. II. 162.
Infallible Interpreter of Scripture of no use to

prevent wresting, I. 269.
Self-Advantage, Good, Affection, Happiness,

Interest, duly distinguish'd, the Spring of all
human Action, II. 42. maintained to be the



47, &c.

genuine Spring of Virtue against all Opposers,
Self-denial, Reason and Rule of, I. 273, 414;
Sbame before Men, for falling short in the Vir-

tue or Service due to Society and the Publick,
II. 83. before God inherent to the Sin of the
Soul, as blushing is to the Body upon some
Occasions, I. 83, 98. Deifts deny this Shame,

II. 50.

Sin, the Turpitude and Enormity of it, why

Enmity against God, I. 294, 355, 359. For-
giveness of it, through the Mediator, the great
News and Affair of the Gospel, 48, &c. God's
Hatred of it in the Death of the Mediator, 355.
Heathens had no Nocion of the Forgiveness of

Sin, 295.

Sin, or Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost. See

Holy Gholt.
Spirit, worshipping the Father in Spirit and Truth,

I. 94. Spirit, holy, an Advocate for Chrift
on Earth, 398. An Advocate to the Regent
Power of Man's Actions, II, 1, &c. Necessity
of Allstance, 3. &c. I. 398. A Counter-
balance to the evil Spirit, II. 7. What it is to
be spiritually minded, 10, 24, 165. A new
Principle to the Flesh, 10, 21.

Gifts extra-
ordinary, 14. Helper of our Infirmities in
Prayer with Groans that can't be utter'd, I,
87. Notes. II. 11, 12. How an Earnest,
14. How a Monitor, Advocate, Afiftant,
16, &c. Born of the Spirit, the Occasion of
it, 24. How God the Giver of a new Heart,
&c. 25. All his Operations, consistent with
our Liberty, 23, 26. True Notion of human
Liberty, ib.

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Socinian Objections to the Revenge and Cruelty

of the Father, answer'd, I. 343. their unreasonable Corruption and Contempt of Faith

shewn, II. 258, &c. Socrates; in what Sense a Christian, acting in Ex

pectation of future Rewards, II. 303, 338. favoured and advised Idolatry, I. 110. the best Deist upon Record excepting Job, II. 89.

. Solifidians, Enemies to Faith and Reason, II. 220. Sublime, the true Kind wherein it consists, I. 39,

382. II. 108, 152, 326. Sufficiency of Deists hateful before God, an immoral Contradiction to the dependent State of Man, I. 60, 73, 210, 260, 309, 314, 320. 406. II. 246, 251. distinguished into remote,

and proximate, II. 311. Superstition falny charged by the Deists on the

Positives of Christianity, they being the Cure of that, and of Idolatry, I. 197, &c. truly

chargeable upon the Deifts, 201, 302. Swearing reduced by Christianity from Excelles,

and confined to its Religion and Use, I. 40. Symbols, the Use of in Baptism, I. 123, 178. in

the Lord's-Supper, 149, 178.


T 196, 329, 334

ALENTS, one, two, five, explain’d, II.

329, 331. Temperance, Rule and Reason of, I. 273, 314. Thanksgiving to God, how improved by Christi

anity, I. 40. religious Worship of our first Parents in Paradise, consisted in Thanksgiving, exclusive of Prayer, &0. the Reason of Thankl.

giving doubled in our present State, 82. Time, Fitness of, for promulging the Gospel, II. 312, 322, 324. Fulness of, I. 429.

Truf in God, improved by Cbr stianity, I 38. Turks, a moral Character of, I. 116. the Want of a Mediator in their Religion, II. 314. they are one Branch of Antichrijt

, 316.


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IRTUE, when distinct from Religion,

1. 121. when the same, ib. Love of, for its own Sake, a fallacious Principle, II. 92, &c. The moral Virtue of Faith, 222, Rewards of Virtue not the natural Consequence of it, I. 3i8. II. 120, &c. 223.



ILL of God, the End of Actions fixed

by it, Means appropriated by it to respective Ends, II. 69. Arbitrariness excluded from it, 77, Moral Reason, Relation, Fitness of Things, how depend upon it, 77. What

the Rectitude of the Divine Will, 78. Will of Man, Governess over all his Actions, the

Passions derive from it, owe their Object and Conduct, to its Choice ; Love being the Adhesion of the Will to its own Choice, II. 87. Controuls his Understanding, 222. compared

with 34.

Worship, publick, founded in Natural Religion

as we are sociable Creatures, II. 130. Danger of forsaking it, 131. why none but general Rules in Scripture for it, 134. N. B. The Edition of Christianity as old, &c.

referr'd co, is Octavo, 1730.

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