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244

Beauty of these transitions

242, 244

Peculiar use of the definite Article in the Apocalypse, 230, 245, 247, 260

The power and majesty of the Two Testaments

244

Warred on by the Beast

245, 246, 248

Slain in the Great City

246, 247

The dead body of the Two Witnesses; meaning of this expression

ib.

How the Great City has warred on the Two Witnesses 246, 248

And has not allowed their dead body to be put into Monuments 249

The Second Woe

250

Its attendant circumstances

251, 252

Parallelism between the History of Scripture and the Church 253

Concluding Remarks

253, 254
285, 287

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262
204, 262
215, 262

269

193, 262—264

266

173,

266

265–269
270, 271

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Recapitulation of the Two last Discourses, with reference to the

present times

287–291

* P. 260, last linc, for “ Lesson” read “ Lessons."

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LECTURE X.

Introduction to the Prophecies concerning Babylon in the

Apocalypse.

Interpretation of the Prophecies in Chapters XIII. XIV. XVI.

XVII. XVIII. and XIX. of the Apocalypse

294

Serious and solemn nature of this subject

ib.

Argument urged on the ground of Charity

295

What true Charity is

297

How it will be best exercised in the present important question

296, 298

Earnest Appeal to all members of the Church of Rome

299

Condition of those who have fallen away to Rome

299, 300
Duties of Clergy and People, with respect to the Apocalypse,
especially in the present times

301, 302

Preliminary explanations :-

1. Concerning salvability in the Church of Rome . 302, 303

2. Concerning opposition to the Church of Rome

303, 304

I. Assertions of the most eminent Divines of the Church of

England concerning these Prophecies

305

Subsequent misuse of these Prophecies by other per-

305, 306

Consequent reaction

306

Inferences from these facts

307, 308

II. The Allegation considered :-that, if Rome is aimed at

in the Apocalypse, they who derive their Holy Orders

from Rome are involved in her condemnation 308, 309

III. Rome may be a Church, and yet Babylon

310, 311

IV. Civil connexions with Rome, their influence

311, 312

Instruction, Admonitions, and Practical Warnings, founded on

these Apocalyptic Prophecies :-

I. Vindications of the Church of England from the charge

of Schism

313, 319

False Unity

313

Duty of each particular Church, as shown in the Apo-

calypse

314

Application to England

314, 315
The Apocalypse an inspired Vindication of the Re-
formation and of the Church of England

315, 319

Why these Prophecies concerning Rome were written 315, 319

II. The Apocalypse leads us to hope that many members of

the Church of Rome may see and receive the truth;

but it forbids us to look for Union with the Church

of Rome

319-321

It makes us fear for her, and for others from her 321, 322

Bishop Butler's warning concerning Rome

321

III. Endowment of Romanism, pleas for, considered 321-326

England's true policy and strength

325, 326

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