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the Jews, p. 344

I. Prophecies contained in the Psalms, p. 344

1. First prophecy, p. 345

2. Second prophecy, p. 346

3. Third prophecy, p. 348

II. Prophecies of Isaiah, p. 351

1. First prophecy, p. 351

2. Second prophecy, p. 353

3. Third prophecy, p. 955

4. Fourth prophecy, p. 356

5. Fifth prophecy, p. 357

6. Sixth prophecy, p. 358

7. Seventh prophecy, p. 363

8. Eighth prophecy, p. 364

P. 405

1. Falsehood of the notion, that we shall be saved, pro-

vided only we do our best, p. 407

II. Falsehood of the notion, that the Gospel relaxes the

strictness of the Law, p. 409

III. In what sense the Christian is not under the Law,

but under grace, p. 412

IV. In what sense good works may be said to be neces-

sary to salvation, p. 415

V. In what manner the Law is a schoolmaster to bring

us unto Christ, p. 418

VI. How the Christian is bound to act in return for the

unmerited goodness of God, p. 423

argued from the imperfection of the Mosaical dispen-

sation, p. 434

I. In what sense the Law of Moses is imperfect, p. 434

1. As being only a part of a whole, p. 435

2. As being calculated only for a small nation, p. 435

3. As having had its typical rites accomplished and

superseded by their realities, p. 435

II. Christianity is perfect, as being in every necessary

point the reverse of the Law, p. 436

1. Not burdened by ceremonies, p. 436

2. Designed for all mankind, p. 436

3. Its ritual left to the discretion of each particular

church, p. 437

4. Requires internal purity in opposition to the various

washings of the Law, p. 438

5. Forbids divorces except in case of adultery, p. 438

6. Forbids revenge, p. 438

7. Is the dispensation of a Son, whereas the Law was

the dispensation of a servant, p. 438

8. Is perfect in three several respects, p. 439

III. Conclusion, p. 440.

HORÆ MOSAICÆ.

BOOK II.

THE CONNECTION OF THE

PATRIARCHAL, THE LEVITICAL, AND THE CHRISTIAN,

DISPENSATIONS,

VIEWED AS THE COMPONENT PARTS

OF ONE GRAND AND REGULAR SYSTEM,

THE ECONOMY OF GRACE.

“Ο γαρ Χριστιανισμος ουκ εις Ιουδαϊσμον επιστευσεν, αλλα Ιουδαϊσμος εις

Χριστιανισμον. Ignat. Epist. ad Magnes.

VOL. II.

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