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Alford's Life, Journals, and Letters, 378. Darwinism, 69; various development theories,
Apostolic Church, 228; definition, 229; rela- 69; Darwinism and Scripture, 73 ; origin of

tion to the truth, 230; practical character, life and of species, 78; descent of man, 204;
231; objections, 232.

chasm between man and lower animals, 207;
Arnold's Literature and Dogma, 377.

objections to Darwinism, 209; summary of
Baptist Hymn and Tune Book, 502.

argument, 210; an hypothesis of evolution

proposed, 218; scientists and theologians,
Baptism, & Positive, Inflexible Law, 108;

225; method of evolution unknown, 226.
distinction between moral law and positive Death-bed Repentance, 102 ; folly and danger
precepts, 108; baptism a positive law, 113 ;

of trusting it, 102 ; objections answered,
therefore obligatory, 114.

105; resulting appeal, 106.
Baptists, Position of, in the History of Ameri.

can Culture, 1; Herder's claim upon Fisher's History of the Reformation, 245.
scholars, 1; infuence of religious sentiment Forster's Life of Dickens, 247.
upon public opinion, 3; practical theology Free Trade and Protection, 407; political
of Baptists, 4; religious, social, and political

economy and practical science, 407 ; the
influence of Baptist principles, 8; these

maxims of protection answered, 408; pro-
principles essentially popular, 20.

tection not necessary to develop industry,
Bible (Speaker's) Commentary, 255.

408; nor to secure ultimately low prices,
Bissell's Historic Origin of the Bible, 382.

411; nor to develop national resources,
Black Diamonds, 502.

413; nor to guard national honor, 417.
Blackie's Four Phases of Morals, 126.
Body, Soul, and Spirit, 165; the Bible and Gladstone's Life of Faraday, 247.

science, 165; Scriptural psychology, 167; Glasgow on the Apocalypse, 256.
only two elements of being, matter and spirit, Gross's Doctrine of the Lord's Supper, 252.
167; meaning of Genesis ii. 7, 168; soul has
no existence distinct from spirit, 172; effect Hamilton's Autology, 251.
of sin upon the body, 182; application of Hare's Memorials of a Quiet Life, 376.
argument, 184.

Hebrews, Literature and Language of, 237;
Burr's Pater Mundi, 253.

character of Hebrew mind, 237; deficient

in scholastic elements, 238; Hebrew lan-
Captain (A) of Industry, 149; life and labors
of Mr. Thomas Brassey, 149; sources of his

guage fairly represents the Semitic family,
success, 150; lessons of his lise, 164.

240; not exceptionally poor, 240; dialects,
Calderwood's Moral Philosophy, 251.

242; analogy with the Aramæan, 244.
Champlin's Intellectual Philosophy, 378.

Hengstenberg's Kingdom of God, 254.
Christian Union, True Grounds of, 293 ; ques. Howell's Early Baptists of Virginia, 500.

Hodge's Systematic Theology, 124.
tion stated, 293; theories, 294; denomina.
tionalism, 296; Scriptural teaching as to
ordinances and polity, 298; Christian union John and the Three, 310; the apostle person.
depends upon unity in Christ, 300; specific

ally considered, 311 ; his relation to Peter,
grounds of union-regeneration, 302; sub-

James, and Paul, 314; his last years, 320.
mission to Christ's authority, 304; correct

Johnson's Oriental Religions, 125.
church organization, 306.
Church History, A Chapter in, 24; state of Keil on Daniel, 121; on the Chronicles, 254 ;

Christianity in the second century, 24; on the Kings, 503.
literature of the century, 26; theology, 29; Knowlton's Foreign Missionary, 253.
worship, 32; church government, 35; dis-
cipline, 39; heresies, 40; beginnings of Lange’s Life of Christ, 121.
change, 43.

Leathes on the Structure of the Old Testa-
Consciousness, Modern Theories of, 354 ; ment, 375.

Francis Wayland, Noab Porter, Hamilton, Littlewood's Essentials of New Testament
354; summary, 361.

Study, 123.
Cony beare and Howson's St. Paul, 255. Luthardt's Moral Truths of Christianity, 503.

McClintock and Strong's Cyclopædia, 123, tural view of the relation, 432; practical
McClintock's Methodology, 252.

influence, 439.
McDonald's Annihilation of the Wicked, 252. Prayer Test, 61 ; Prof. Tyndall's proposition,
Matthew's Gospel, Commentaries on, 379. 61; nature of prayer, 61; physical law in-
Matthew's Hints on Success in Life, 124. variable, 63; the will free, 64 ; difficulties,
Martin's Origin and History of the New 65; Scriptural examples, 67.

Testament, 253.
Missionary Encyclopædia, 248.

Renaud's Christ's Proofs of his Mission, 251.
Moll on the Psalms, 119.

Resurrection of Christ, 420; in what body,
Morrell's Texas and Honduras, 250.

immortal or natural, was he raised ? 420;
Müller's Life of Trust, 498.

immortal, 423; objections, 423; proofs,
Murphy on Genesis, 256.

426; illustrations of identity, 428; revela-

tion our only authority here. 431.
Narragansett Club, Publications of, 247. Reuss's Theology in the Apostolic Age, 249.
Natural (The) and the Supernatural, 362; Riggs on Emendation of Old Testament, 501.

nature the province of the scientist, 363 ; Roget's Thesaurus of Words and Phrases, 501.
the spiritual sphere, 365; relation of the Row on the Moral Teaching of the New Testa-
natural and the supernatural, 367; appli-

ment, 122.
cations of the argument, 371,

Saint Ambrose and his Time, 257; triumph
Palmer's Desert of the Exodus, 124.

of Christianity, 258; Ambrose, Bishop of
Paradise, 88; Jewish notions of Messiah, 88 ; Milan, 259 ; political paganism, 261; Am-

the penitent thief, 90; meaning and refer- brose and Symmachus, 262; Justiva, 263 ;
ence of word Paradise, 92; objections from Augustine, 266 ; Theodosius, 266; works of
science, 98; man's destiny, 100.

Ambrose, 269 ; influence on church music,
Paul as an Argument for Christianity, 486; 265, 270; on ecclesiasticism, 272.

state of the Christian argument, 486; three Savonarola, 333 ; his era and contemporaries,
comprebensive questions, 487; Paul's place

383; he becomes a monk, 385; is called to
among the Christian evidences, 489; diffi.

the pulpit, 387; presence and power in
culties answered, 495; a fifth gospel, 497. Florence, 391 ; the Medici, 391 ; Savonarola
Peter (the Apostle) and his Relation to the

in public affairs, 394; his perils, 397; im-
Church of Rome, 323; extreme views, 323;

prisoned, 401; excommunicated and exe-
New Testament statements, 324; meaning

cuted, 403; his character and teaching, 404.
of " Thou art Peter,” etc., 327; Peter's Schools (Our) and Foreign Missions, 478; the
movements, 329; testimony of Peter's and

church a missionary body, 478; present
Paul's epistles, 330; views of early post.

field of missionary labor, 480; demand for
apostolic writers, 335 ; views of modern

native agencies, 482; vital relation of home
writers, 359 ; review and summary, 352. and schools to foreign missions, 484.
Pilgrims and Puritans, 129; were the Ply. Skepticism and Scholarship, Relations of, 47:
mouth Pilgrims persecutors ? 129; Sepa-

proper place of skepticism, 48; issue be.
ratists, 130; distinction between Pilgrims

tween skepticism and scholarship, 48; doubt
and Puritans, 131; Puritans and civil au-

paralyzes, 52 ; skepticism ends in disbelief,
thority in religion, 135; their utterances

53 ; fatal to scholarship, 57; faith necessary
on toleration and persecution, 136; views

to intellectual and moral victory, 59.
and utterances of Independents and Pil-
grims, 144; John Robinson, 147; Plymouth Temptation of Christ, 187: the Scriptural
Pilgrims intolerant, 274; Puritan treat- authorities, 187; nature and import of the
ment of Baptists, 277; treatment by the temptation, 192; sinlessness of Jesus, 197;
Pilgrims, 281; the two colonies and the relation of temptation to Christ's plan, 200.
Quakers, 286; summary, 291.

Transfiguration of Christ, 449; the narrative
Political Responsibility of the Christian in Mark, 449; place and time, 450; com.

Citizen, 462; general grounds of responsi- mentary, 452 ; teachings, 459.
bility, 462; considerations from our his. Tulloch's Theology and Philosophy in Eng-
tory, 463; our present position, 468; the

land, 246.
hopes and possibilities of onr future, 471; Ulrici's Gott und Mensch, 380.
political obligations of Christian scholars,
474.

Whitney's Oriental and Linguistic Studies,
Prayer and Pastoral Efficiency, 432, Scrip- 126.

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