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INDEX.

A.

ACCOMMODATION, Christ’s use of, page 113, 114, 149.

Adulteress, decision in case of, 313.

Adultery, Christian law of, 233.

Advent, second, of Christ, 317, 367.

Aenon, 177.

Agony in the garden, 407.

Alexandrian theology, had no influence, &c., 39, 95, 167, 169, 180.

Ambition of the disciples rebuked, 286, 347.

Annas, 410.

Apostles, subordinate teachers, 100, 116; uneducated men, 119; training of, 121; trial mission of, 257; commission of, after the resurrection, 431-5.

Ascension of Christ, 436.

B.

Baptism, as used by John, 50; by water and fire, 53; of Christ by John, 57, 61; instituted by Christ, 126; of suffering, 316.

Bartimeas, 346.

Bath Col, 133, 377.

Bethany, Christ at, 336.

Bethesda, miracle at, 217.

Bethsaida, miracle at, 270.

Blasphemy against Holy Ghost and Son of Man, 243.

Body and blood of Christ, 267.

Bread of Life, 266.

C.

Caesar, rights of, 361.

Caiaphas, 343, 411.

Calvary, 417.

Cana, 166, 185.

Capernaum, Christ at, 162, 186, 238 (in synagogue), 265, 303.

Celibacy, 330.

Census, in time of Augustus, 20.

Centurion’s slave healed, 238.

Children blessed, 331.

Christ, birth of, 18; descent from David, 19, 364; his brothers and sisters, 29; among the doctors, 31; education of, 35; trade of? 40; plan of, 79; as King, 87; observed Jewish law, 88; as Prophet, 99; left no written document, 100; person of, 3, 68, 95, 161, 192, 341, 406; mode of life with disciples, 203, 214; Light of the World, 293, 299, 340; his struggles of soul, 314, 376, 404; prayer as High-priest, 402; trial of, 410; crucifixion of, 418; last appearance of, 435; ascension of, 436.

Christian consciousness defined, 2.

Christianity, the aim of human progress, 122, not peace, but a sword, 316; work of, 329; relations to civil society, 233, 313,361; rests upon supernatural facts, 438.

Church, founding of the, 122; name of, 123.

Commandment, first and great, 362; the new, 391.

Crucifixion of Christ, 418.

D.

David, Christ son of, 19, 364.

Death of Christ, intimated by himself, 323; necessity for, 344, 376; reality of, 425.

Demoniacal possession, 145, 240, 192, 239, 283.

De Wette, 204, 230, 248, 306, 332.

Disciples, sifting of, 269; fail to heal demoniac, 283; ambition of, 286, 347; choice of seventy, 304; warnings to, 393; consolation of, 394, 400.

Disciples of John, jealous of Christ, 178.

Discipleship, test of, 237, 309.

Diseases, miraculous healing of, 141.

Dives and Lazarus, 321.

Divine life, its communication the highest miracle, 140; its supports, 399.

Divine nature in Christ, 3, 68, 95, 307, 327, 338, 341, 369, 376, 406, 407, 422.

Divorce, 233, 328.

E.

Ebionites, 62, 88, 92, 97, 144, 276.

Ebionitish Gospel, 15, 49, 65, 68, 313, 334, 422. 432.

Elias, the forerunner of Christ, 283.

Emmaus, conversation on the way to, 430.

Ephraim, Christ at, 344.

Essenism, 37.

Eucharist, institution of, 388.

Evangel. ad Hebraeos. [See Ebionitish Gospel.]

Evil, origin of, 148. [See Sin.]

Exorcists, 133,150, 241.

440

F.

Faith, presupposes the “drawing of the Father,” 106, 266; different stages of, 138, 165, 174, 433; the necessary condition of aid from Christ, 196, 266, 285; the centurion’s, 239; power of, 285, 358, 433; faith and forgiveness, 211, 279.

Fasting, 203, 235.

Father, Christ’s oneness with, 327, 396.

Feet, washing of, 386.

Fig-tree cursed, 357.

Forgiveness of sins, 211.

G.

Gadarene demoniac, 192.

Galilee, theatre of Christ’s labours, 155, 180, 185; second ministry in, 222; appearances in after resurrection, 434.

Gethsemane, 404.

God, as spirit, knowledge of, 183, 362; the only Good, 332.

Grace, unmerited, 350, 374.

H.

Hades, 371.

Heathen, 301, 319, 375.

Herod, 25; Antipas, 179, 323, 415.

Herodians, 360.

History, relation to miracles, 132; as commentary, 183, 229.

Holy Ghost, at Christ’s baptism, 67; agent of new birth, 175; blasphemy against, 243; breathed upon Apostles, 431. [See Spirit.]

Huss, John, 362.

Hypocrisy rebuked, 255. [See Sermon on the Mount.]

I.

Immortality, 362.

Inspiration, 7, 47, 59, 172.

Interpretation, 94, 100.

J.

Jairus’s daughter, 196.

James, the brother of Christ, 29, 432.

James and John, sons of Zebedee, 164, 347.

Jericho, Christ at, 345.

Jerusalem, Christ’s ministry frequently exercised there, 156; his first labours at, 168; second journey to, 217; last, 345; triumphal entry, 354; weeps over, 356; judgments predicted upon, 366.

Jesus, the name, 17.

Jewish people, their relations to Christ, 202; his ministry confined to them, why, 258, 270.

John the Baptist, calling of, 45; accounts of, obscure, 46; mode of life, 48; relation to Messiah, 53; possible wavering in his convictions, 58, 198; his message from prison, 60, 198; he points out Christ, 160; final testimony, 178; his position as defined by Christ, 199.

John the Evangelist, joins Christ, 162; his disposition and tendencies, 161, 176, 394.

John’s Gospel, its credibility and genuineness, 6, 167, 171, 179, 180, 291; silent as to miraculous conception, 16; objects of, 67, 96; compared with synoptical, 110, 155, 343, 404; its omissions, 299.

Jonah the Prophet, sign of, 136, 245.

Josephus, as authority on John Baptist, 48.

Judas Iscariot, 117, 248, 269, 352, 379, 387, 408.

Judgment, intimated by Christ, 219, 317,368; in Matt., xxv., 373.

K.

Keys, power of the, 217.

Kingdom of God, longed for under old covenant, 308; longed for in Israel at Christ’s time, 22; also by the heathen, 25; the object of Christian longing, 308; way prepared for by Baptist, 49, seq.; its two-fold bearing, 86; relation of new to old form, 88, 170; realized by Christ not as a worldly, but a spiritual kingdom, 72, 74, 81, seq., 208, 409, 413, 413; realized by him, also, for the heathen, 255, 258, 302, 320, 370; means employed by Christ in founding it, 99; based on his self-manifestation in word, 99, seq., 415; in miracles, 127, seq.; in sufferings, 83, 84, 316, seq., 407; the coming of, 555; its law of developement, 106, 241; its growth and progress, 184, 190, 208, 314, seq.; the Sermon cm the Mount its Magna Charta, 223; its triumphs, 273, 307, 368; its nature illustrated, 331, 370, 371, 414.

L.

Last Supper, 384.

Law, observed by Christ, 88, 229, 237, 290, 325; his “destroying and fulfilling of,” 91, 230 [see Moral]; law and gospel, 88, seq., 201, seq., 229, seq.

Lawyers, 247, 363.

Lazarus, family of, 336; death of, 338; resurrection of, 342.

Legalism, Jewish, contrasted with Christian liberty, 201, 333, 363.

Leper healed. 237; ten healed, 324.

Light of the World, Christ the, 293, 299, 340.

Logos, 62, 96.

Love, the quickening principle of Divine life 211; Christian law of, 234, 391.

441

M.

Magians, 26.

Mammon of unrighteousness, 276.

Marriage, 379.

Martha, 336.

Mary Magdalene, 211.

Mary, sister of Lazarus, 336, 351, 429.

Mary, mother of Jesus, 14,16, 20, 23, 166.

Matthew, usage of, in quoting from Old Testament, 104; his calling, 213; his Gospel originally in Hebrew, 6; principle on which he arranges his matter (connexion of fact and thought), 108, 202, 207, 224, 258, 310, 314.

Meekness, 225.

Merit, no place in kingdom of God, 350, 374.

Messiah, Old Testament idea of, 84, 364, seq.; in Israel, 21, 22; Simeon’s, 24; heathen longing for, 25; whether only revived by John Baptist, 45, 54, 160, 198; Nicodemus 173; Christ the conscious Messiah, 30, 41, 81; declares himself such (from beginning), 181, 198, 219, 220, 264, 271, 290, 326, 355, 411; carnal conceptions of Jews and disciples rebuked, 218, seq., 224, 265, seq., 272, 286, 295, 326, 331, 347, 437; designations of, 94; Christ recognized as, by John, 55, 66, 160.

Miracle of draught of fishes, 162; water changed to wine, 166; storm subdued, 191; issue of blood, 195; Jairus’s daughter, 196; widow’s son, 196; lame man, 218; leper, 237; demoniac, 239, 283; paralytic, 250, 252; infirm woman, 253; feeding of five thousand, 261; walking on the water, 264; at Bethsaida, 270; man born blind, 298; ten lepers, 325; raising of Lazarus, 342; blind Bartimeus, 346.

Miracles, connected with Christ’s teaching, 127; their relation to the course of nature, 130; to Christ’s manifestation, 131; to history, 132; object of, 134, 137, 166, 358; witnesses to Christ’s Messiahship, 132, 138; in regard to supernatural agency, 140; wrought on material nature, 152.

Moral stand-point distinguished from legal, 231, 236, 328.

Moses, forerunner of Messiah, 222.

Mount, Sermon on, 223.

Müller, Daniel, 136.

Murder, Christian law of, 232.

Mysteries of the kingdom of God, 104.

Mythical theory refuted, 13, 20, 23, 25, 29, 377.

Mythology, difference from Theism, 18.

Mythus, distinguished from parable, 107.

N.

Nain, miracle at, 196.

Name of Christ, acting in the, 288; prayer in the, 397, 401.

Nathanael, calling of, 164.

Nazareth, return to from Egypt, 28; Christ’s first preaching at, 40, 186.

Neighbour, love of, 234.

New birth, 174.

Nicodemus, interview with Christ, 173; in Sanhedrim, 298.

O.

Oaths, 38, 234.

Old and New Dispensations, relations of, 200

Old Testament, use of passages from by Christ 115, 327, 329, 361, 364.

Olshausen, 197.

P.

Parable, idea of, 107; use of by Christ, 102, 104

Parables, of the kingdom of God, 85; order of in New Testament, 108; not wanting in John, 111; parable of sower, 188; drag-net, 190; wheat and tares, 190; new wine in old bottles, 205; prodigal son, 214; Pharisee and publican, 216; great Supper, 254; unjust steward, 273; good Shepherd. 301; tower, 311; salt, 311; precious pearl, 312; mustard seed, 314; Dives and Lazarus, 321; pounds, 348; labourers in vineyard, 349; fig-tree, 357; good Samaritan, 363; wedding-feast, 369; wicked husbandman, 371; talents, 372; ten virgins, 373.

Paradise, 419.

Passover, but one in synoptical Gospels, three in John, 155; first, 168; second, 217; last, 345.

Paul, used written memoirs of Christ’s life, 6; silence as to miraculous conception, 16; assumes Christ’s descent from David, 19, 364; confirms the account of the choice of the Apostles, 117; a witness of the resurrection, 425, 430; indirectly of the ascension, 437; reports Christ’s words, 90, 388; alludes to them, 273; his position among the Apostles, 119; “wise as serpent,” &c., 277; his doctrine of the person of Christ, 97; his teachings presuppose Christ’s, as germs, 90, 92, 104, 187, 202, 216, 285, 350, 372.

Peace, Christ’s salutation of, 398.

Регaeа, Christ at, 328.

Peter, his first meeting with Christ, 162; his call and character, 164, 257, 272, 290, 335, 387, 392, 409, 434; his acknowledgments of Christ, 139, 269, 270; obtains power of keys, 217.

Pharisees, 35, 157, 173, 180, 203, 212, 218, 222, 340, 244, 246, 251, 253, 293, 300, 319, seq., 359

442

Pharisaism, 93, 235, 363, 364.

Philip and Thomas, conversation with Christ, 395.

Pilate, 413, seq.

Plan of Christ, 79; not altered, 82.

Prayer, forms of, 207; Lord’s Prayer, 207; not Pharisaical, 235; in name of Christ, 397; of Christ as High-priest, 402; for his enemies, 419.

Prophecy, unconscious, 38.

Providence, 260.

Prudence, in ministry, 273, 277; Christian, 373.

Publicans, Christ with, 213.

Punitive justice, 143.

R.

Rabbi, title of, as applied to Christ, 40.

Raising of the dead, 151.

Reason, pride of, 281.

Reign with Christ, 335.

Relatives of Christ, 29, 244, 292.

Resurrection, intimated by Christ, 220, 340, 361; of Christ, 422.

Revelation, stages of, 182; Christ’s doctrine as, 292.

Revenge, 234.

Reward in heaven, 228, 235; rewards, passion for rebuked, 350.

Ruler, Christ’s conversation with, 332.

S.

Sabbath, 218, 253, seq.

Sabbath-breaking, Christ accused of, 218, 252.

Sacraments. [See Eucharist and baptism.]

Sacrifice of purification, 23.

Sadducees, 35, 50, 361.

Salome, 347.

Samaritan, good, parable of, 363.

Samaritan woman, conversation with, 90, 180.

Samaritans, 185; reasons for their exclusion from first mission of Apostles, 258; leper cured, 324.

Sanhedrim, movements of against Christ, 297, 300, 343, 359, 378, 409, 412.

Satan, personality of, 74, 148, 240, seq.; kingdom of, 306.

Schleiermacher, 2, 14, 22, 90, 95, 122, 148, 163, 201, 250, 288, 313, 321, 325, 347.

Self-denial, 310.

Sermon on the Mount, 110, 223.

“Servants” distinguished from “friends,” 120.

Seventy disciples chosen, 304.

Shepherds, announcement to, 21.

Simeon, prophecy of, 24.

Sin and physical evil, relations of, 141, 143, 218, 298, 321.

Slavery, 38.

Son of God, title of, as applied to Christ, 94, 96.

Son of Man, 95; blasphemy against, 243.

Sower, parable of, 188.

Spirit, Holy, promise of, 397, 400. [See Holy Ghost.]

Star of the wise men, 25.

Strauss, 4, 14, 173, 185, 217, 231, 238, 242, 248, 251, 288, 322, 336, 341, 352, 355, 369, 380, 417.

Sufferings of Christ, intimated by himself, 177, 184, 376.

Synoptical Gospels, their origin, 6; difference between them and John, 110, 155, 404.

Syro-Phoenician woman, 279.

T.

Tabernacles, feast of, Christ attends, 291.

Talents, parable of, 372.

Teaching, Christ’s mode of, 101; presented seeds of thought, 102; Christ’s not confined to parables, 109.

Temple, Christ’s manifestation greater than, 89, 255; “destroy this.” &c., 137, 179; purifying of the, 168.

Temptation, 209.

Temptation of Christ, 70; its import as a whole, 73.

Theocracy of Old Testament, connexion of Christ’s plan with it, 81, 335, 365; distinguished from Christ’s by parables, 85; developement in New Testament, 229, 290.

Thomas, his doubts, 140; Christ’s appearance to, 432.

Transfiguration of Christ, 282.

Transubstantiation, 267, 389.

Tribute to Caesar, Christ’s decision on, 360.

Triumphal entry, 354.

Truth, 182; power of, 248; relation to freedom, 296; spirit of, 397, 401.

U., V.

Unpardonable sin, 243.

Vanity, warning against, 307.

Vine and branches, similitude of, 399.

W.

Water and the Spirit, birth of, 175.

Water of Life, 181, 294.

Way, Christ the, 395.

Wealth, right use of, 273; dangers of 334.

Weisse, 15, 19, 110, 378.

Widow, the importunate, 318.

Widow’s mite, 366.

Worship in spirit and truth, 182.

Z.

Zaccheus, 346.

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