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INDEX.

Ability, human, 257

Absolution, is it a Sacrament? 525

Abstractum, 672

Accident, defined, 673

none in God, 131

Accommodation, of the Holy Spirit, in inspiration, 48

Act, or action, divine, ad extra, 151, 158, 161

ad intra, 147

and action, contrasted, 176

Active and passive obedience of Christ, 344, 352, sq.

spiration of the Holy Ghost, 154

Acts, personal divine, 147

Actual sins, defined and classified, 250

Adam the representative of the human race, 224

αδης, (שאל), ‎634

Adiaphora, 543

Administration of Sacraments, see Dispensation

Advent, the second, 655

Aepin, on the descent to hell, 397

αγεννησια, 150

Adoration of the host, 574

Agnoetae, 389

αγορασις, 641

αθανασια, 641

Alicubitas, of the angels, 204

Allegorical sense of Scripture, 78

αλλοιωσι, of Zwingli, 326

of Cyril, 327

“Alone,” the exclusive particle in doctrine of justification, 439

Americans, “and other barbarians,” 450

Anabaptists, condemned, 606

Chiliasm of, 650

Anagogical sense of Scripture, 78

Analogical attributes, 115

Analogy of faith, 70, 76

αναλυσις, 628

αναμαρτησια, of Christ, 295, 301

of the glorified, 661

Andreae and Luke Osiander vs. Beza on the Sacraments, 526

 

ανεργητα, attributes, 118

Angels, existence of, 199

relation of, to space, 204

when created, 195, 200

described, 195-199

are complete substances, 201

original state of, 197, 206, 207

attributes of, 196, 202

orders, of, 198, 213

power of, 206, 210, 211

knowledge of, 205

number of, 206

the good, 197, sq., 207

can they sin? 197, 207

not essentially holy, 208, 210

works of, 198, 199, 211

not to be adored, 198, 213

the evil, 198, 213

why they fell, 197, 207, 213

when they fell, 214

works of, 216

punishment of, 199, 214

knowledge and power of, 199

guardian, 211

Annihilation of the world, 658

ανομια, its origin, 233

Anselm, on the atonement, 351

Antecedent articles of faith, 94, 98

benevolence of God, 270, 278, 282

Anthropology, 217, sq.

Antichrist, 647, sq.

marks of, 649

αντιδοσις, 314, 327

Antilegomena of the New Testament, 89

αντιλυτρον, 357

Antinomian controversy, 516

Antitrinitarianism, sophistry of, 138

ανυποστασια of the human nature of Christ, 295, 300

αφορισμος, in church discipline, 612

απιστια, final cause of reprobation, 292

Apocryphal books, 80, 81, 83

why denied canonical authority, 88

αποδοκιμασια, 292

αποθεσις, 628

απολυτρωσις, 347, 362, 369

Apostasy of our first parents, 236

Apostles, in how far inspired, 49

678

Apostles’ Creed, sometimes called the rule of faith, 195

no adequate basis of church organization, 195

αποτολσμο, 536 sq., 505

Apotelesmatic intercommunication of

properties, 312, 315

Appeal from the inferior to the supreme

Judge, 62

Application of redemption, 407 sqq.

Applying grace of the Holy Spirit, 409

Appropriation of divine attributes, 327

Aquinas on the Trinity, 136

Arius on the Trinity, 138

on the creation, 163

Ark of Noah, figure of the Church, 592

Arminian view of the mystical union, 486

of inspiration, 50

Arrhabo, 418

αρσις, 382

Articles of faith, pure and mixed, 37, 92, 95

fundamental and non-fundamental, 92, 96

primary and secondary, 93

not contrary to, but above reason, 34

antecedent, constituent, consequent,

Ascension of Christ, 380

Assent, an element of faith, 413

Assurance of faith, 292, 414

αταξια, in concurrence, 186

αθανοσια, of Christ, 302

Athanasius on the Trinity, 140

Atonement, infinite, 343, 351, 355

Anselm on the, 351

real object of, 361 sqq.

personal object of, 363 sqq.

Attributes of God, 116, sq.

of the Scriptures, 50

of angels, 196, 202

of a mediator, essential, 350

Augustine, on the Trinity, 140

on humiliation of Christ, 385

on original sin, 250

on schism, 616

Auricular confession, 470

external criteria of, 57

Authority of the Scriptures, 51, 84

external criteria of, 57

not dependent upon the Church, 67

of the ministers of the Church, 606

of the civil magistrate, 616

αυθυπδοτατος, 301

αυταρκεστατος, 162

αυχηματα, 387

αφθαρσια, 641

Baptism, defined, 536, 539, 542

form of, 542, 553

validity of, 537

Baptism, signification of, 543, 545

primary design of, 537, 546, 554

Sacramental union in, 540

secondary design of, 538, 547, 555

by heretics is valid, 545

of adults, demands faith, 537

faith not essential to, 545, 547

of infants, 546, 547, 548

of those regenerated by the Word, 547

accompanying usages of, 543

of hypocrites, 547

effects of, 536, 537, 545

material of, terrestrial, celestial, 539

necessity of, 538, 554

Holy Spirit present in, 547

in cases of emergency, 531, 545

should not be repeated, 538, 552 sq., 554

efficacy of, in a corrupt Church, 597

and original sin, 250, 546

of John, 538

and Eucharist, benefits of compared, 579

of the unborn, 542

Baptized and unbaptized contrasted, 268

Baptismal grace, permanence of, 552

regeneration, 462, 464, 545 sqq.

Beget vs. create, 154, 163

Beatific vision of God, 197 660, 661

ברא and צשׂת, 163

βελτιωσις, 328

Benevolence of God, general and special, 270, 271

universal, 272

sincere, and earnest, 271, 280

gratuitous and free, 271

ordinate, 271

efficacious, 271, 280

conditionate, 271

antecedent and consequent, 270

Bernard, on the obedience of Christ, 352

Besetting sins, 242

Blessedness, grades of, 660

Birth, new, see Regeneration

Bodily perfections of Christ, 302

presence, see Lord’s Supper

Body, the human, relation to the soul, 165, 626, 628

affected by original sin, 246

phychical and spiritual, contrasted, 401, 642

glorified, qualities of, 641

and blood of Christ received by the mouth, 566

Bonaventura, on the sacrifice of Christ, 362

on the articles of the faith, 94

Brentz, on faith, 423

on the humiliation and exaltation of Christ, 389

679Brentz, on the obedience of Christ, 360

Bread, of the Holy Supper, 560

Brunswick theologians, on the omnipresence of Christ, 334

Bucan, on the “Right Hand of God,” 406

Burial of Christ, 379

Call, divine, see Vocation

to the ministry, see Ministry

Calixtus, on tradition, 68

inspiration, 46

Apostles’ Creed, 94

the articles of faith, 94

omnipresence of Christ, 334

Calvin, on the relation of election to antecedent

will, 288

foreknowledge and predestination, 290

predestination and the merits of Christ, 291

communicatio idiomatum, 326

the two natures, 326

the descensus, 400

the twofold signification of the Sacraments,

Calvinists, on the sacrifice of Christ, 363

will of the sign and purpose, 280

election and predestination, 286

personal union, 316

communicatio idiomatum, 316, 322, 326

the power of the Word, 507

Canon of Scripture, 80 sq.

Canonical authority of the Scriptures, 52, 63, 80, 82, 84

internal and external criteria of, 86 why called Catholic? 588

belongs only to the original languages, 53, 63

Canonicity, marks of, 80

Carlstadt, on the ubiquity of the flesh in Christ, 330

Catholicity of the Church, 582

Catholics, see Roman Catholics

Causitive authority of the Scriptures, 63

Causes, first and second, defined, 184

Celestial material in the Sacraments, 527, 560

Ceremonial law, 511

Ceremonies, Church, 67

Cerinthus, 650

Chance, theories of, 188

Characteristics of the Father, ad extra, 151

χειροθεσια, in ordination, 609, 610

Children born outside of the Church, 449

Chiliasm, 650, sqq.

Choice, in the liberum arbitrium, 260

Christ, Mediator according to both natures, 294, 338

Christ, divine and human nature of, asserted, 305, 306

proved, 334

Jesus, proved to be the Messiah, 293

peculiarities of His human nature, 300 sqq.

His person, how constituted, 302, 307

complex, 307

forsaken of the Father, 394

our righteousness, 435

ascension of, 380

return of, to judgment, 653

Christianity, the true religion, 22 sq.

Church, in what sense visible and invisible, 584, 593 sqq.

true and false, 587, 596

indestructible, 589

not more ancient than the Scriptures, 59

decides in matters of faith, 61 sq.

gives the call to the ministry, 605, 607 sqq.

particular, 583, 596

collective and representative, 599, 600

militant and triumphant, 587

the congregation of saints, 587

marks of the true, 583, 585, 597 sqq.

Roman Catholic theory of, 597, 599, 601

government of, 601

discipline of, 612, 614, 615

councils, how constituted, 600, 602

authority of, 604

Church and state, 615, 616

in a wider and narrower sense, 582 sq., 592

Christ the only head of, 586

one and undivided, 588, 592

why called Apostolic? 589

why called universal? 590

Circumcision of Christ, 394

Circumscriptive presence defined, 672

Civil government, 616

its rights and duties, 616

its relation to the Church, 615, 616

righteousness, 266

Caena Domini, see Lord’s Supper

Communicatio idiomatum, 312, 321, 564

genera of, 312

degrees of, 322

based upon unity of person, 305

Calvinists on the, 316, 322, 326

Communication of person, 305

of natures, 303, 309, 316

Communion of natures in Christ, 310

of attributes, 311

private, 581

Complete and incomplete substances, 674

680Conception of Christ, 305, 378, 393

Concrete, term technically used, 319, 672

Concupiscence, 235, 244, 250

Concurrence, divine, defined, 171

objects of, 172, 184

general and special, 172

of God with second causes, 180, 184

in evil actions, 172, 185

in revelation, 43

Confession, 470

auricalar, repudiated, 470

in what sense it has been used of Lutheran confession, 470

Confessions, see Symbols

Confidence, an element of faith, 414

the principal part of faith, 415, 418

Confirmation, defined, 551

how to be employed, 551

not the completion of Baptism, 551

not the prerogative of bishops, 551

Conjugal relation, 619, sqq.

Connexa, defined, 672

Conscience, 106

Consecration, sacramental, 572

Consensus, of the Fathers, 28

Consequent will of God, 282

Conservation, 170

of species and individuals, 178

Constituent elements of Faith, 408

Consubstantiation rejected, 571

Consummation of the world, 655

Contingency in human actions, 181

Contrition, defined, 461

the beginning of conversion, 461

what is embraced in, 467

and attrition, 469

requisites and marks of, 469

Controversies, theological, how to decide, 52, 62

Conversion (daily life) of Christ, 378, 394

Conversion, defined, 460

acts preceding, 460

a divine act, 474 sqq.

not irresistible, 461, 475

causes of, 460

only two, 479

gradual, 471

Conversion, occurs not by constraint, but willingly, 477

man can and should co-operate in, 478

of the Gentiles, 650

Co-operating grace, 471, 479

Co-operation, divine, see Concurrence

Corporeal possessions, by evil spirits, 216

Corporeal presence, see Lord’s Supper

Corruption, man’s state of, 231 sqq.

Cotta contrasts Lutheran and Reformed

views of Christ’s person, 329

Council, general and particular, 600

who can call it? 600

Cranmer, on the sacrifice of Christ, 154

Create, beget and make, contrasted, 154

Creation, the first outward work of God, 159

out of nothing, 159, 163, 169

mediate and immediate, 160

defined, 159, 169

impelling cause of, 160

instantaneous, 162

three steps of, 164

especially the work of God the Father, 162

undivided work of the Trinity, 160

design of, 160, 169

a Divine work, 159

order of, 160, 164, 165

man’s place in, 165

time of, 164

of man, 165

chief design of, 103

of angels, 195, 200

why not earlier? 164

Creationism refuted, 166

Credere Deum, Deo, in Deum, 414

Creed, the Apostles’, called the rule of faith, 95

no adequate basis of organization, 95

Cross (affliction), 499

Curable and incurable readers and hearers, 56

Cyril, on the Trinity, 138

on the person of Christ, 327

Damascenus on hypostasis, 145

Damnation and eternal life, 656

Death, temporal, spiritual and eternal, 624 sqq.

literal, figurative, 626

eternal, 626, 656

spiritual, 238, 627

of Christ, 379, 395

Decalogue, 513, 514

Decrees of God, not absolute, 272, 291

immutable, 273

transitive and intransitive, 460, 474

man’s attitude in, 472

begins in contrition, ends in faith, 460

in a wide sense, 465, 472

of the body, a consequence of sin, 238, 624

in a special sense, 466

in a double sense, 466

man passive in the beginning of, 461, 472

alone through the divine Word and the Holy Spirit, 461, 475 sqq.

universal, of the Jews, 649

of unregenerate and regenerate, 473

681

Decrees of God preceded by foreknowledge, 272, 289

ordinate, 272

relative, 290

Definitive presence defined, 563, 672

Degrees of happiness in heaven, 660

Deity of the Son, proved, 157

of the Holy Ghost, proved, 158

Demoniacal possession, 216

Demonstrative retrogression vs. sophistical circle, 56

Depraved state of man, 234

Depravity, see Original Sin

Descensus Christi ad inferos, 379, 395, 658

when and why, 396 sq.

various views of, 396, 400

Determination, 173, 190

in human ability, 259

Devils, see Angels, evil

Dichotomy of human nature, 167

δικαιουν, 427

διακυβερνησις, 175

דְמוִת, 221

διο, importance of the particle, 386

διοικησις, 175

Direction, 173, 190

Discipline, see Church

Disciplines, theoretical and practical, 18

Dispensation (δοσις), sacramental, 531

Distinctio rationis rationantis, 673

Distinctions in the Godhead, 133, 146

Distribution (δοσις), sacramental, 531

Divorce, sole ground of, 621

diverse views concerning, 622

partial, 623

Domestic estate, 619

Dominion of man before the Fall, 228

Donatistic views of the Church, 599

Donum superadditum, 230

Double sense of Scripture denied, 78

Ecclesiastical estate, see Ministry

Ecstasy, 454, 631

Education of Christ, 378

Efficacy of the divine Word, 80, 501

of the Sacraments, 534

εκδυσις, 628

ελαττωσις, 328

Elect, the attributes of, 273

cannot fail of final salvation, 273

to be found in the visible Church, 594

Election, defined, 272

attributes of, 273

Election, based upon προθεσις and προγνωσις, 278,290

causes of, 287

how faith enters into, 286

personal assurance of, 292

based upon the consequent will of God, 286

Elements, see Lord’s Supper

ελεγχος, 453

εμπνευσις, 629

εναλλαγη και κοινωνια, of Theodoret, 327

ενανθρωπησις and ενσωματωσις, 303

End of the world, 655

ενργεια, of faith, 439

ενεργηματα, 336, 505

ενεργητικα, attributes, 118

ενθρωνισμος, 385

ενσαρκωσις, 313

εντελεχεια, 673

εντυγχανειν, 367

ενυποστασια, 295, 300, 301

επαναχωρησις, 628

Epicurean view of Providence, 188

Equality of persons in the Godhead, 133

Equivocal attributes, 115

Essence, divine, distinguished from person, 156

one and undivided, 142

of God (quid sit Deus), 111, 115

Essentialiter, term defined, 673

Estates of Christ, 376 sqq.

three in the Church, 604

contrasted, 604, 606

Eternal generation of the Son, 152 sqq.

Eternal life and death, 656

ετερουσιαι, 151, 298

Eucharist, see Lord’s Supper

ευκρασια, 302

Eutychian errors, person of Christ, 298

εξομολογησις, 469

Ex opere operato, in Sacraments denied, 532, 548

εξαγορασις, 369

Exaltation of Christ, 385, 387

Exclusive particles, doctrine of, 438

Excommunication, greater and less,

public and private, 612

Exinanition (humiliation, self-renunciation), 381

εξομολογησις, 469

Ex opere operato, in Sacraments denied, 532, 548

Exorcism, 544

Expiatory intercession of Christ, 367

Explicit faith, 411, 415

Extra ecclesiam nulla salus, 583, 589, 597

Faith, essential, constituent elements of, 410, 414

a work of God in man, 411, 421, 423

682Faith, subjective and objective, 412

assent, the second act of, 413

antecedent, constituent and consequent articles of, 94, 98

knowledge, the first part of, 413

articles of, pure and mixed, 92, 95

explicit, 411, 415

threefold foundation of, 96

implicit, 411, 415

justifying, 410, 420 sqq., 436

instrumental cause of, 421

direct, reflex and discursive, 421

receptive and operative, 423

explicit, implicit and informal, 411, 415

weak or infirm, 424

an element of repentance, 468

articles of, fundamental and non-fundamental, 92, 96

general, special, saving, 414, 415, 419

sole condition of justification, 420

not essential to the integrity of a Sacrament, 532, 576

essential to the appropriation of the blessing of a Sacrament, 532, 547, 576

false or dead, true or living, 412, 422

concomitants and consequences of, 423, 426

assurance of, 292

of infants, 548 sqq.

as related to election, 288

confidence, the principal part of, 415, 418

analogy of, 70, 76

Family, the Christian, 619

Fate, stoical, astrological, Christian, 188

Fathers, testimony of, 28, 51 sqq., 76, 85

Feeling, no criterion of the presence of the Spirit, 502

Feuerborn, on the humiliation of Christ, 391

Fides and fiducia, 415

Figurative sense of Scripture, 78

Filiation of the Son, 152

Final judgment, 643

Fire, infernal, 659

Flacius, on the relation of reason to

revelation, 31

substance of man, 223

original sin, 247

obedience of Christ, 354

regeneration, 463

church government, 601

Fomes, the tinder of sin, 250, 546

Foreknowledge, divine, 275

no act of the will, 275

prior to the divine purpose, 272

basis of the divine, 177

not dependent upon any divine decree, 275

Foreknowledge, the basis of predestination, 285, 289

Forma, term defined, 673

Fortune, 189

Foundation of the faith, threefold, 96

Fraternal redemption, 293 sqq.

Free will, 265 sqq.

in spiritual things, 262

in external things, 265

before the Fall, 278

since the Fall, 258, 259, 261, 264

in the regenerate, 268

Fundamental doctrines, 92, 94 sq.

primary and secondary, constitutive and conservative, 92, 98

antecedent, constituent, consequents articles of faith, 92, 98

Gallus, can laity administer the Lord’s Supper? 578

גָאַל, 293, 369

General and special assent, in faith, 415

General intercession of Christ, 345

Generation of the Son, eternal, active, passive, 152 sqq.

eternal not temporal, 152

passive, 153

twofold in Christ, 298

Gentiles, conversion of, 650

Genus, apotelesmatic, 315

idiomatic, 313

majestatic, 314

Giessen Dogmaticians vs. those of Tübingen, 391

Glorification of Christ, 385

Glorifying grace, 409

God, existence of, 111, 112

can He be defined? 112 sq.

what is He? 113

names of, 113 sq.

hypostatic character of, 149

attributes of, 117 sqq.

ascertained in a threefold way, 117, 122 sqq.

negative, 118

positive, 119

are not accidents, 121

distinguished from divine essence, 121, 122

variously classified, 125

analogical, not univocal or equivocal, 116

natural and supernatural knowledge of, 103

image of, in man, 218, 221, sqq.

Right Hand of, 403

not the author of sin, 231

Goel, 293, 369

Gog and Magog, 752

Good works, no ground for justification, 437

Gospel and Law, 508 sqq., 515, 518

683Government, divine, defined, 172, 187

of the Church, 601 sqq.

civil, 615 sqq.

Grace, preserving and glorifying, 409

prevenient, operative, co-operative, 471, 479

illustrated in Augustine, 478

of the Holy Spirit, in applying redemption, 408, 478

assisting and indwelling, 776

loss of, 292, 465, 552

of God, universal, 279

Grades of happiness in heaven, 660

Gratis, the exclusive particle in justification, 358, 425, 438

Gregory, of Nyssa, on satisfaction of Christ, 350

Guardian angels, 212

Guilt, 234

Guilt of original sin, 239, 250

Guilty of crime and deserving of punishment, 234, 237

Habitudo, habitus, defined, 673

Happiness, grades of, 660

Hardening of the heart, judicial, 255

Heathen, judgment of, 448

Heaven, see Life Eternal

Heidegger, on the “Right Hand of God,” 406

Hell, 399 sqq. 625, 626, 634, 656, 657

what and where it is, 659

Helmstadt theologians, 334, 480

Heresy, defined, 615

Heretics, baptism by, 545

Hesshuss, on lay administration of the Lord’s Supper, 578

Hilary, on the nature of God, 113

Hindrance, 173, 189

Historical Faith, 411

Hoc est corpus meum, 573

Hoffman, Daniel, on relation to philosophy to theology, 31

Holiness, see Renovation, Sanctification of primaeval man, 225

Holy Spirit, see Trinity

in the incarnation, 304

hypostatic character of, 154

witness of, 55

spiration (procession) of, 163

applying grace of, 407

Homologoumena, 189

Host, adoration of, 574

הצדיק, 427

Huber, on predestination, 288

Hulseman, on the Means of Grace, 508

on the articles of faith, 98

Human ability, 257

Human nature not threefold, 167

of Christ, 298 sqq.

Humiliation of Christ, 377, 381 sqq.

Hunnius, on the articles of faith, 98

Hypostatic presence of the λογος, 563

Hypostasis, distinguished from person, 145

Hypostatic union in Christ, 296, 306

plurality in unity, 143

חשׁב (λογιζεσθαι), 241

Idiomatic intercommunication of properties, 312

ιδιοποιησις or οικειωσις, 314

ιδιοποιια και ιδιοποιησις of Cyril, 327

ιδιωμα, 313, 321

ιλασμος, ιλαστηριον, 347

Illocalitas, of the angels, 196, 204

Illumination, 407, 408

defined, 451

gradual, 452, 454, 457

external and internal, 452

legal and evangelical, 451, 456

literal and pedagogical, 452, 457

spiritual and completely saving, 458

objective, effective, 452

influence of, upon intellect and will, 453

Image of God, in man, 218, 222, 223, 227

accidental, substantial, 222, 229

viewed, μερικως, ulikwß, 227

natural perfections of, 218, 229

loss of, 238

Immanence, immcatio (περιχωρησις), 151, 298, 317, 484

Immediatio suppositi et virtutis, 184

Immersion, 542, 553

Immortality of the soul, 629, 630

of primeval man, 228

theoretical arguments for, 631

historical arguments for, 632

Impanation, rejected, 571

Impartation of natures in Christ, 328

Impeccability of the good angels, 208

Imperfection of renewal, 487, 490

Impersonality of Christ’s human nature, 300

Implicit faith, 411, 415

Impulse, divine, in inspiration, 44

Impulsive internal and external cause of

justification, 434

Imputation of Adam’s sin, 239

mediate and immediate, 240

of Christ’s righteousness, 425, 429, 431, 433, 437

Inability, human, in spiritual things, 257

Incarnation defined, 310, 381

common to the entire Trinity, 303

mode of, 303

Independence of God, 116

Individual, defined, 297

Induration, 255

684Indwelling sin, 242

grace, 471

Infallible truthfulness of Scripture, 54

Infants, regeneration of, 547 sqq.

baptism of, 548

faith of, 550 sqq.

Innate knowledge, 129, 104, 105 sqq.

Infirmities of man, natural and personal, 299

Influence of second causes, 180

Inherent original sin, 247

Innocence, man’s original state of, 217, 220

Inspiration, real and verbal, 39, 43, 45

Arminian view of, 50

in historical matters minute, 45

of the vowels of the Hebrew text, 48

and revelation contrasted, 49

internal and external criteria of, 51, 57 sqq.

Inspired books, have any perished? 64

Integrity, man’s state of, 217, 220

of the Scriptures, 53

Intellect, as affected by original sin, 245

Intention, in the Sacraments, 531, 545

Intercession of Christ, true, real, literal, 345, 368

expiatory, 368

eternal, 368

of the Holy Spirit, 368

of saints, 212

of angels, 212

Intercommunion of properties, 324

Intermediate state, no, 625

Internal testimony of the Holy Spirit, 57, 86

Interpretation, of the Scriptures, right, 53, 74, 76

Intuitu fidei, 288

Invocation of angels, 213

ισαγγελοι, 642

Jachtaufe, 531

Jena theologians on the Sacraments, 528

Jerome on foreknowledge, 177

יהוה, essentiator, 141

Jesuits on justification, 433

Jews, conversion of, 650

Judas, betrayal by, in what sense necessary, 183

Judge of controversies, the Scriptures alone, 60, 62

the principal, instrumental, inferior, 61

Judgment, final, 626, 643

general, 644, 655

particular, 644

private, in matters of faith, 53

office of angels at, 212

signs preceding the, 646, 649

of examination and retribution, 655

Justification, defined, 424, 428

a forensic or judicial act, 424, 426, 428

twofold effect of, 428, 429

Justification, and sanctification confounded by the

Romanists, 435

only ground of, 431

by faith “alone,” 438

without our merit, 438 sqq.

precedes good works, 437

effects and properties of, 441

a free gift of God, 438

Justifying faith, 412, 436

concomitants and consequences of, 441 sqq.

καθαιρεσις, in church discipline, 612

καταλλαγη, 347

καταλυσις, 628

κενωσις, 328, 382, 390

Keys held by the Church, 615

Kingly office of Christ, 370

Kingdom of Christ, 370, 373

of power, grace and glory, 371 sqq.

eternal, 375

Knowledge, explicit, an element of faith, 411, 413

of God, saving, 111

natural (objective), of God, imperfect, 109

Knowledge of primaeval man, 110, 224

of God, subjective, 126

naturally implanted, 42, 107

supernatural, 111

κοινωνια, of the two natures in Christ, 308

a term for the Lord’s Supper, 560

κοινωνια των θειων, 314

κρυωις, 382, 390

Laity, to partake of the cup, in the Lord’s Supper, 572

can administer the Lord’s Supper, 578

λαλειν in 2 Peter 1:21, 47

Last day, 626, 643

signs of, 646-649

things, 626, 632 sqq.

Lay baptism, 531, 545

Lay delegates, qualifications of, 602, 603

Laymen, to take part in church councils, for, 602

deciding upon doctrines, 602

Law of God defined, 232, 511

ceremonial and forensic, 511

chief and subordinate, end of, 512

moral; of nature; Sinaitic; primordial; universal and perpetual; particular and temporary; demonstrative; didactic and pedagogical; political, 512, sqq.

fulfilled by Christ, 352

and Gospel contrasted, 508 sqq., 515, 518

office of, in illumination, 456

in conversion, 468

685Law of God, weakness of, 514

in the members, 242

Leidener, on the “Right Hand of God,” 406

ληψις μορφης δουλου, 383

in the Lord’s Supper, 530

Liberty of contradiction and of contrariety, 264

of the will, 257 sqq.

of the unregenerate man, 268

Liberum arbitrium, 257

variously explained, 259

Life eternal, 660, 661, 663

human controlled by providence, 190, 191

Limbus patrum, 625, 635

puerorum, 625, 635

Literal and figurative sense of Scripture, 78, 558 sqq.

Lombardus, on the satisfaction of Christ, 350

Lord’s Supper, defined, 555, 560, 575

Lord’s Supper, nature of, 555

mode of the Saviour’s presence in, 562

primary design of, 557

secondary design of, 557, 578, 579, 580

form of, 556

material of, terrestrial and celestial, 560

doctrine of, upon what founded, 557

as instituted, explained literally, 558

nature of the real presence in, 555

objections answered, 564 sqq.

not transubstantiation, 556, 571

not consubstantiation, 571

differently understood by Lutherans and Reformed, 570

may layman administer it, 577

and Baptism contrasted, 579

benefits of, 579 sqq.

should be administered in public, 581

is a temporary action, 575

Lutheran and Reformed views of the person of Christ contrasted, 329

λυτρον, λυτρωσις, 347 sqq., 357

Macrocosmos, microcosmos, 626

Magistrate, political, 615 sqq.

authority of, derived from God, 615 sqq.

duties of, 616, 617

power of, 616 sqq., 619

Majestatic genus of communicatio idiomatum, 312, 314

Man, his original condition, 165, 217, 268

why, when and how created, 104, 165, 217

his fall, 220, 241

primeval, wisdom of, 224

threefold nature? 166

Manducation, spiritual, mode of, 566

not physical, 568

but hyperphysical, 568

oral, but not capernaitic, 569

Manducation, sacramental, 567

Marriage relation, divinely appointed, 619 sqq.

how constituted, 619, 620

ecclesiastical sanction not essential to, 621

can be sundered for only one cause, 619, 621

Martyrs, resurrection of, 652

Mass, sometimes means the Holy Supper, 560

Materia caelestis, in the Sacraments, 526 sqq.

Material of the Sacraments, terrestrial and

celestial, 527, 560

of sin, 250

fire in hell, 659

Means of grace, Word and Sacraments, 409, 560

of salvation, δοτικα, ληπτικα, 502

Mediator, essential attributes of, 350

Christ the, according to both natures, 336 sqq.

Mediatorial office of Christ, 337

Melanchthon, on the Sacraments, 525

Mentzer on the obedience of Christ, 352

omnipresence of Christ, 391

on the humiliation of Christ, 391

Meissner on faith and predestination, 289

Mercy of God, not absolute, 347

Merit of Christ, 345, 366, 431

Messiah, Jesus the, 293

Μετεμωυχωσις, 635

Millennarianism, 648, 650

Millennium, 648, 650

Ministry, ecclesiastical, the representative

Church, 599

of divine appointment, 605, 606

mediate and immediate call to, 607

of evil spirits, 216

of good spirits, 211

Ministers, called and ordained by the Church, 608

authority of, 611

can they remit sins? 612 sqq.

things hostile to, 615

grades of, 611, 616

essential parity of, 616

Missa, the Sacrament of the Altar in the Latin Fathers, 560

Mission of the Son, 153

Mixed articles of faith, 37, 95

Moempelgard colloquy, 529

Monothelete error, 299

Montanists on the marks of the Church, 599

Moral and natural law, 513

Mortal sins, 254, 257

μορφη θεου, 383

Muentzer, relation of the Spirit to the Word, 502

Mussaeus on faith, 440

on the means of grace, 508

Mysteries consistent with perspicuity of Scripture, 69, 75

686Mystery defined, 96, 135

Μυστηιον, 96

Mystical sense of Scripture, 78

Mystical union, defined, 480, 482

Mystical union, preceded by regeneration and

justification, 481

special and general, 480

accompaniments and consequences of, 483

not essential, 485

contrasted with the general union, 484

not substantial, 486

not sacramental, 486

not personal, 481, 486

not figurative, 484

true and real, 482, 483

an inexplicable mystery, 480

not transubstantiation or consubstantiation, 485

Arminian view of, 486

Mystics and Quietists, concerning the human body, 168

illumination, 455

relation of the Holy Spirit to the Word, 454, 506 sqq.

Names of God, 113 sq.

Nativity of Christ, 378, 394

Natural, variously used, 229

knowledge of God, 107

infirmities common to man, 299

Nature, defined, 297

and person distinguished, 297

of Christ, divine and human, 294, 297

of God, 112, 113

Nazianzen, on the Trinity, 139

Necessity and contingency contrasted, 181

of consequence and of constraint, 182

and chance excluded from Providence, 182

Nestorius on the Person of Christ, 316

New birth, see Regeneration

Nicolai on the humiliation of Christ, 390

Normative authority of the Scriptures, 52, 59

Noth-taufe, 531, 545

Novissimis, de, 624

Nuda adessentia, in the omnipresence of Christ, 390

Oath upon the Symbolical Books, 102

Obedience, of Christ, active and passive, 344, 352, 355 sqq.

Bernard on, 352

new, an effect of repentance, 468

Office of Christ, threefold, 337

prophetic, 340

sacerdotal, 342

regal, 370

οικειωσις, 314

Old and New Testaments, how related, 82

ομαιωνιος, 142

Omnipresence of Christ, 329, 564

objections answered, 564

of the flesh of Christ, Dogmaticians differ concerning it, 333

not absolute, but relative, 334

Omniscience of Christ, 334

ομοιυσιος, 142, 151

ομοιωσις ανθρωπων, 383

ομοουσια, 142, 151, 298

Opera ad intra, ad extra, 133, 147 sqq.

Operating grace, 471

Opus operatum in the Sacraments, 532

Oral manducation, 536

Order, of the persons in the Trinity, 148, 150, 491

of operating in the Trinity, 150

threefold hierarchical, 604

Ordination, is it a Sacrament? 525, 610, 611

why necessary, 605, 609

performed by bishops or presbyters, 610

χειροθεσια in, 611

not absolutely necessary, 611

Origen, on the satisfaction of Christ, 350

Original righteousness, 226, 244

condition of man, 229

sin, see Sin.

text of Scripture, the final resort in controversies, 53, 63

Osiander, Andrew, on the office of Christ, 360

obedience of Christ, 354, 360, 435

exaltation of Christ, 390

justification, 431

righteousness of Christ, 435

faith, 431

Osiander, Luke, on the humiliation of Christ, 390

on the Sacraments, 526

Ottoman power, 652

ουσια, 142

ουσιωδως, 151, 630

פדיונ ,פּרה, 369

παντεποψια, 177

Papias, 650

Parabolical sense of Scripture, 78

Parental relation, 620

Parity of the ministry, 609, 610, 616

παρρησια, 416

Parsimonius, on the obedience of Christ, 355

on hell, 398

Particles, exclusive, doctrine of, 438

παςα in 2 Tim. 3:16, 48

Passion of Christ, 378, 394

Passive obedience of Christ, 344

Passive spiration of the Holy Ghost, 154

687Passivity in conversion, 461, 471, 472

Patripassianism, 324

Patristic designations, in communicatio idiomatum, 327

Pelagianism, 243, 247

Penitence, in a wide sense, 461

πεποθησις, 416

Perfection or sufficiency of the Scriptures, 64, 65

sinless, unattainable in this life, 490

Perfections of God, 121

of man, principal, 218

less principal, 219

περιχωρησις, defined, 306

essential, 151

personal, 151

mystical, 484

in the person of Christ, 297, 317

Permission in Providence, 189

Person, abstract and concrete, 672

contrasted with nature or essence, 146, 672

defined, 672

of Christ, Lutheran and Reformed view of, contrasted, 329

diverse views among Lutheran Dogmaticians, 333

Cyril on, 327

Persons in the Godhead, predicates of, 133

how distinguished, 147

plurality of, 156

Personal peculiarities in the Godhead, 133, 148

of Christ’s human nature, 300, 311

union in Christ, 294

Calvinists on the, 337

attributes of, 300

negative properties of, 309

object of the sacrifice of Christ, 360

properties, 149

Perspicuity of the Scriptures, 69, 70 sqq.

proof of, 70

degrees of, 72

Peyrere on the creation, 165

Philosophy not opposed to theology, 31 sqq.

Photinians, on the knowledge of God, 107

personal union, 298

office of Christ, 349

Piety, essential to an interpreter of the Scripture, 72

Piscator, on the person of Christ, 326

resurrection of the martyrs, 651

obedience of Christ, 355

πιστις and πεποιθησις, 415

Plan of salvation, 409

πλασις, 621

Platonics, controverted, 455

Plenary inspiration, 46

πληροφορια, 413, 416

Plurality of God, not of essence or accident, 143

Plurality of God, but of persons, 143

proved from Scripture, 156

Political estate, 616

Pope, the, the great Antichrist, 650

Positive depravity, 245

Possession, corporeal, by evil spirits, 216

Potentia and potestas, distinguished, 128

Potestas ordinis and potestas clavium, 611

που, of the angels (das Irgendwosein), 204

Power of the ministry (potestas ordinis — jurisdictionis), keys, 611

merely instrumental and delegated, 613

but effectual, 613

Powers, human, since the Fall, 259, 473

Prayer, 499

Preadamitic view of creation, 165

Predestination, defined, 274, 287

the Fathers treat it cautiously, 276

attributes of, 273

not absolute, 272

of the Calvinists, 279, 280, 286

in a wider and narrower sense, 284

as related to election, 285

Presbytery, part of the, in the call of ministers, 608, 610

Prescience and predestination, 285, 289

Presence of Christ in the Holy Supper, see Lord’s Supper

Preservation and creation contrasted, 170, 179

a divine act, 170

Preserving grace, 409

Prevenient, preparatory, exciting grace, 475 sqq.

is how far irresistible, 475

Priestly office of Christ, 342

Private judgment, right of, 53

Procession of the Holy Spirit, 154

temporal, 155

προγνωσις, 175 sqq.

προθεσις and προγνωσις, contrasted, 175, 176, 285

with διοικησις, 175

also with προορισμος, 275, 285

προνοια, 175

προορισμος, 275, 285

Propagation of original sin, 249

of human souls, 166, 249

Propensity to evil, 235

Prophetic office of Christ, 340

Prophets of the Old Testament, 341

Propitiation, see Sacerdotal Office of Christ

Propositions, personal, 300, 318

προςληψις, 303

προσωπον, 146

προταξις, 174

Providence, defined, 174

688Providence, universal, concerning good and evil, 173, 192, 193

ordinary and extraordinary, 173, 193

general and special, 190

primary and secondary objects of, 190

in the beginning, progress and end of human life, 191

scriptural proof of, 175

can it be deceived? 182

determines contingent actions, 181

employs second causes, 173, 180

special objects of, 190

grades of, 190

summarily stated, 193

Epicurean view of (carnalism), 188

Psychical body, 401, 642

Psychopannychism, 633

Punishment, divine, 237

eternal, 656 sqq.

Pure and mixed articles of faith, 37, 92, 95

Purgatory, 625, 635, 637 sqq.

Purity of original text of Scripture, 52

Purorum naturalism, 220

φυσις, 141

Pyx (sacramental receptacle), 530, 572

Quakers controverted, 455

Qualification needed in an interpreter of Scripture, 69

Qualitas, defined, 674

Qualities, personal, internal and external, 124, 149, 300, 302

Quietists controverted, 168, 455, 507

Rathman, on an internal Word, 42, 506

perspicuity of the Scripture, 74

power of the divine Word, 506, 507

Real presence, see Lord’s Supper

Reason, defined, 29, 30, 31

how related to revelation, 30, 32

before and after the Fall, 29, 34

of man, unrenewed and renewed, 29, 34, 35

teaches nothing contrary to Theology, 31 sqq.

right, properly so called, 35 sq.

the organic or instrumental use of, 36

the edificative and destructive us of, 37

the normative use of, in theology, 29, 33, 35

no source of theology, 28, 32

no judge of theological controversies, 29, 30, 35 sqq.

as related to the mystery of the Trinity, 135

Reatus culpae et paence, 233, 237

Reciprocation of natures in Christ, 328

Recognition, heavenly, 662

Reconciliation with God, 362

Redemption, fraternal, by Christ, 293

defined and illustrated, 369

application of, 407 sqq.

Regal office of Christ, 370

Regeneration, a divine act, 459, 461

conditioned by the conduct of men, 459

instantaneous, successive, 461, 464

not a substantial change, 463

perfect, amissible, recoverable, 459, 465

by the Word and Baptism, 462, 545

of adults and infants contrasted, 459, 461, 463, 547

Relatio, defined, 432, 433, 674

Relation, conjugal, 619 sqq.

parental, 620

servile, 620

of angels to space, 204

Religion, defined, 21, 24

characteristics and evidences of the true, 22

subject-matter of, 24

true and false, 22

the Christian, the true, 22 sqq.

Remission of sins, 425

Renovation, 220, 486

a work of God in man, 486

co-operation of God in, 487

gradual, never complete in this life, 487, 490

starting point and goal of, 489

transitive and intransitive, 487

in a wider and narrower sense, 488

and justification contrasted, 488

the Holy Spirit, the terminative cause of, 491

Repentance, consists of contrition and faith, 368

and see Contrition and Penitence.

Repletive presence, 563

Reprobation, adjuncts and cause of, 274, 363

contrasted with predestination, 274

God not the cause of, 292

Res coelestis, in the Sacraments, 526 sqq.

Resurrection of Christ, 379, 400

design of, 401

of the body, 626, 640 sqq.

of martyrs, 651

Retribution, final, 655

Reus culpae et paenae, 424

Revelation, defined, 25, 49

demonstrated, modes of, 26

differs from inspiration, 49

now no immediate, 28

progressive, 27

natural and supernatural, 26

general and special, 26

the source of theology, 26

Right Hand of God, 402 sqq.

Righteousness, original, 244

689Righteousness, original, not a supernatural gift, 230

civil, 265

of faith, 426, 431, 434, 437 sqq.

carnal, 265

of Christ, Romanist sense of, 435

Riis, on “the Right Hand of God,” 406

Ritualism, 67

Roman Catholics, concerning inspiration, 44

relation of the Church to Scripture, 59

perfection of Scripture, 56

tradition, 68

articles of faith, 68, 94

state of integrity, 220

image of God, 230

sensuous appetite, 226, 250

justifying faith, 419

justification, 433

conversion, 469

mystical union, 486

intention of minister, 531

efficacy of Sacraments, ex opere operato, 532

efficacy of Baptism, 544

doctrine of transubstantiation, 571

communion of the laity, 572

adoration of the host, 574

head of the Church, 586, 599

distinction between visible and invisible Church, 595

marks of the Church, 595

power to convoke councils, 604

indelible character of ordination, 611

state of the soul after death, 635 sqq.

Rule of faith and practice, the Scriptures, 60, 84

Sabbath of the soul, eternal, 456

Sabellianism unscriptural, 138 sqq., 324

Sacerdotal office of Christ, 342 sqq.

Sacramental presence, see Lord’s Supper, 561 sqq.

union in Baptism, 541

union, mode of, 559, 569

eating, defined by the Calvinists, 567, 570

conjunction, 571

consecration, 572

Sacramentarians, 558

Sacraments, in general, 520 sqq.

are the visible Word, 501

primary design of, 533

defined, 520, 522, 523

secondary design of, 535

only two, 520

three in the Apology, 525

form of, 521

by whom to be administered, 521, 531

necessity of, 535

variously defined, 522, 524

Sacraments, number of, 524

true conception of, 523, 526

false views of, 533

threefold meaning of, 524

of the Old Testament, 535

require a twofold material, 526, 527, 560

faith in the administrator not necessary, 531

efficacy of, 530

Sacrifice, see Sacerdotal Office of Christ.

Salvation, sources of, 269 sqq.

Samosatenus, on the person of Christ, 316

Sanctification, see Renovation.

Satan, 213, 215

as related to man’s original sin, 234, 236, 237

Satisfaction, defined, 343, 347, 366

contrasted with merit, 355, 362, 366

real object of the obedience of Christ, 361

general, proved against the Calvinists, 363 sqq.

Saving faith, 410

Saxon theologians on the humiliation of Christ, 392

Scandalum (offence), 255

Schism defined, 615, 616

Schismatics and heretics contrasted, 616

Scholastics, on the satisfaction of Christ, 362, 363

on the mystical union, 486

Schwenkfeldians, on an internal Word, 42

on the mystical union, 650

Chiliasm of, 650

Scriptures, defined, 39, 40

why called holy, 39, 40

attributes of, 51, 33 sqq.

causative and normative authority of, 51, 61, 64 sqq.

power of self-interpretation, 70, 73

the judge of controversies, 61 sqq.

normative and judicial power of, 52, 60, 63

perfection or sufficiency of, 64, 66

sense of, but one original and proper, 78

directive authority of, 60

corrective authority of, 60

perspicuity of, 68, 70 sqq.

natural and spiritual apprehension of, 73, 74

contain incomprehensible mysteries clearly stated, 69

no infallible human interpreter of, 61

rules for the interpretation of, 77

efficacy of the, 80, 500, 503

authority of, not derived from the Church, 59

canon of the, 52, 80

why written, 39

Holy Spirit inseparably united with the, 20

the source of theology, 28

principal and instrumental cause of, 39, 42

690Scriptures, synonymous designations of, 40

identical with the Word of God, 40, 41

the rule of faith and life, 60, 84

Second causes, influence of, 180, 184

how God concurs with, 180, 184, 193

Second advent, 653

Second death, 656

Seduction of our first parents, 232, 233, 234, 237

Self-interpretation of the Scriptures, 70, 73

Self-renunciation of Christ, 376, 381 sqq.

Sending forth of the Son, 152

of the Holy Spirit, 154

Sense of Scripture, but one true, 78

literal, tropical, mystical, 78

allegorical, parabolical, 79

Serpent, the instrumental cause of original sin, 236

Servile estate, 620

Sessio Christi ad dextram Dei, 380, 403

Sibylline books, 651

Sight of God, beatific, 197, 660, 661

Sin, in general, 231

original, defined, 234, 236

originating and originated, 242 sq.

proofs of, 242

negative and positive, 244

hereditary, 235

indwelling, 242, 247, 248

not a mere accident, 247

not the substance of man, 247

as affected by baptism, 250

how perpetuated, 248

duration of, 250

consequences of, 232, 234, 235, 237, 246

God not the cause of, 231, 232

the true cause of, 231, 233, 236

actual, defined, 250, 252

division of, 251

venial and mortal, 253

first, of man, 536 sqq.

against conscience, fourfold, 253

against the Son of Man, 257

against the Holy Ghost, 252, 256

why unpardonable, 257

voluntary, 253, 264

involuntary, 252, 253

Sins, pardonable and unpardonable, 253

of ignorance and infirmity, 251

of various kinds, 251, 253

Sinless perfection, 487, 490

Sinlessness of Christ, 295, 302

of the good angels, 206 sqq., 210

Sitting of Christ at God’s Right Hand, 330 sqq., 380 sqq., 402

Sleep of the soul, 633

Socinian errors, concerning the knowledge of God, 107

sacrifice of Christ, 358

Socinian errors, sensuous appetite, 226

offices of Christ, 349

mystical union, 486

inspiration of the Scriptures, 50

Soul, the human, 166 sqq.

immortality of, 624

after death, 624, 633

created or propagated? 166

Source of theology, 25

Sources of salvation, 269 sqq.

Special intercession of Christ, 345

of faith, 411

Spiration, active and passive, 154

Spirit, witness of the, see Testimony.

Spirits, complete, incomplete, 201

Spiritual possession, 216

Spiritual death, 238, 627

Spiritual acts, in the liberum arbitrium, 262 sqq.

Spiritual essence, 674

Sponsors, 550

Stancarus, on the office of Christ, 339

on justification, 435

State of corruption, 263 sqq.

States of Christ, humiliation, 376, 378, 381 sqq.

exaltation, 376, 379, 385 sqq.

different, of man, 220

Status purorum naturalium, 230

στεφανωσις, 385

Style of the New Testament, 48

Subsistentia, defined, 674

Substance, defined, 674

complete and incomplete, 674

Sufficiency of the Scriptures, 64

συναιδιος, 142

συναμφοτερισμος, 314

συνδυασις, 310

συνεργος, man with God in conversion, 478

συγκαταβασις, 48

suppositum, defined, 144, 674

Swabian theologians, on the person of Christ, 334

Symbols of the Church, 100

wherein they differ from the Scriptures, 100

earlier and later, 93

necessity of, 101

Syncretism, 68

Synergism, 263

of Melanchthon, 263, 484

Synods, see Councils.

ταπεινωσις, 328, 385

ταρεινωσις υποτακτικη, 328, 383

Temptation of the evil angels, 213

of our first parents, 236, 237

Terminative, 149, 491

Terrestrial material in the Sacraments, 526, 528, 539, 560

691Testament, Old, not nearly equal in clearness to the New, 157

Sacraments of, 535

Testaments, Old and New, not identical with Law and Gospel, 510, 515

Testimony of the Church, 61 sqq.

Holy Spirit, internal, 57, 427

θανατωθεις, 397

θεογνωσια, 110

Theodoret, on the person of Christ, 327

Theodosius, code of, on divorce, 623

Theologian, defined, 19

regenerate and unregenerate, 19

Theology, in general, 15

defined, 15

wider and narrower sense of, 16

original and derived, 16

a practical science, 17

subject matter of, 18, 19

source of, 16 sqq.

relation of, to philosophy, 30, 31

objective end of, 18, 105

archetypal and ectypal, 16

catechetical and acroamatic, 19

fourfold sense of, 26

a habitus practicus, 17, 18

of the way and of the home, 17

natural, revealed, catechetical, 15

acroamatic, exegetical, didactic, polemic, homiletic, casuistic, 19

subject of, religion, 21

source of, revelation, 25 sqq.

θεοπνευστος, 43, 45, 84

θεσις, 382

Threefold office of Christ, 337 sqq.

Thummius, on the humiliation of Christ, 390

Tradition, oral and dogmatical, to be rejected, 64, 66, 67

ritual, of the Church, 67

various senses of the term, 66, 67

not a source of faith, 28

Traducianism (traduction), 166, 248

Trance, 455

Translations of the Scriptures, no final authority in controversies, 53, 54

not inspired, 63

Transmigration of souls, 635

Transmission of original sin, 234, 239, 248

Transubstantiation, 556, 571

Trent, Council of, on confession, 470

Trinity, a mystery, 129

why stated in terms not scriptural, but philosophical, 130, 138

of persons, not of essence or accident, 130, 156

intimations of, among the heathen, 135

foreshadowed in the creature, 136

how made known, 130, 137

Trinity, not taught by reason, 129

a fundamental doctrine, 137

no new doctrine, 130, 140

summarily stated, 140

triune, not threefold, 141 sqq.

scriptural proof of, 149, 156 sqq.

Aquinas on the, 136

Athanasius on the, 140

Augustine on the, 138, 140, 146

Trichotomy, no, of human nature, 166

Tropical sense of Scripture, 78

τροπος υπαρξεως, 132

τροπος αντιδοσεως, 327

Trust, see Confidence.

צלס, 221

Tübingen Dogmaticians vs. those of Giessen, 390

Turks, 652

Typical sense of Scripture, 79

Ubi, definitivum, repletivum, circumscriptivum, occupativum, 204

Ubietas definitiva, 196

Ubiety of the flesh of Christ, 330 sqq.

Unbelief of our first parents, 237

final, cause of reprobation, 292

Union, personal, 294 sqq.

mode and attributes of, 296, 305, 306, 307

mystical, 480 sqq.

special, general, 484

not transubstantiation or consubstantiation, 485

sacramental, in Baptism, 542

in the Lord’s Supper, 556, 569 sqq

υιθεσια, 152

Unity of the divine essence, 131

univocal, equivocal, and analogical contrasted, 116

Universality of grace, 278

Unworthy guests at the Lord’s table, 576

υπαρξις, 145, 149

υπαρχων, 384

υπερεντυγχανειν, 368

υπερυψωσις, 328, 385

υποστασις, 140 sqq., 144 sqq.

υφισταμενον, 144

Venial sins, 253

Verbal inspiration, 45, 47 sqq.

Versions of Scripture, efficacious in producing faith, 63, 86

Vestigium and image contrasted, 221

Via eminentiae, negationis et causalitatis, 118 sqq.

Vicarious sacrifice of Christ, 357 sqq.

Vision of God, beatific, 197, 661, 662

Vocation (the call), 407, 442 sqq.

defined, 444

692Vocation, direct and indirect, 442

general and special, 442, 445

mediate and immediate, 442, 446

ordinary and extraordinary, 442, 446

particular and universal, 443, 448

(calls) three general, 443, 448

to the ministry, mediate and immediate, by the Church, 605, 607

Volition, uncoerced, essential to the will, 258, 260

Vostius, on the conception of Christ, 304

Vowel points, inspiration of, 48

Wafers, consecrated but not used, 73

not united with the body of Christ, 575

Warfare, the Christian, 498

Weigelians, on the internal Word, 42

Wicked partake of the body and blood in the Lord’s Supper, 576

Wine, of the Holy Supper, 560

Wisdom of God, mediate, 124, 126

of primeval man, 224

Witness of the Spirit, 55, 423

Word, divine, 500 sqq.

efficacy of, 500 sqq., 507

no unwritten, 42

distinguished into audible and visible, 522

illuminating power of, 451, 453, 456

the means of conversion, 501, 505 sqq.

and Holy Spirit, inseparable, 505, 506

and Sacraments, the means of grace, 500 sqq

Works, good, 491 sqq.

wrought only by the regenerate, 492, 496

of the unregenerate, 496

imperfection of, 494

on the mystical union, 486

no ground of justification, 497

necessary, 492, 493, 497

rewards of, 498

divine, ad extra, ad intra, 132, 147 sqq.,

World, not from eternity, 163, 164

why not sooner created? 164

annihilation of, 656

Worthy reception of the Eucharist, 576

Will of God, antecedent and consequent, 282

benevolent, 271, 278, 280 159, 161 sqq.

conditionate, 127, 272, 279, 281

natural and free, 271

efficacious and inefficacious, 271

absolute and ordinate, 271, 272

general or universal, 271 sqq.

special or particular, 272

universal, attributes of, 271

of the sign and of the purpose, 128, 280

of man, free? 259

threefold condition of, 268

ζωοροιησις, 395, 397

Zwingli, on the person of Christ, 327

on the Lord’s Supper, 564

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