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Born again, 157 - 159.
Bottomless pit here on earth, 239.
Broad road, meaning of, 84, 85.
Brown, James, D D., a Universalist, 12.

Rev. John, a Universalist, 12.
Burnet, Dr. T., a Universalist, 12.
Burning, a figure of the destruction of the Jews, 77.
Burn up the chaff, meaning of, 79.
Capital punishments of the Jews, how distinguished, 214.
Celebration of the Lord's Supper, 343, proposed form of, 343-346.
Character of God, as held by Universalists, may be safely imitated,

288, 289.
Cheyne, Dr. George, a Universalist, 12.
Christ, 'all men committed to his care, 24; death of, 34 - 36; his

prayer considered, 163, 169; his solicitude for the salvation of

nea, 253; how to be reconciled with Universalism, 254-257.
Christian religion, Lord's Supper, a striking proof of, 333, 334.
Christians saved, every one of them, at the destruction of Jerusa-

len, 213.
Churches, necessity of organization of, 324, 325, 337, 338.
Church government, form of, 341- 343.
Clement, of Alexandria, a Universalist, 8.
Coming of Christ in his glory: 124, 125, 185, 186, 189-192.

as a thief in the night, 111.
Communion of the Lord's Supper, [See Lord's Supper.]
Confidence in God enjoined by Christ, 43, 258.
Constitution of a Universalist Society, 301 - 303.

of a Christian church, 340 – 343.
Consuming fire, metaphor put for God's judgments, 209.
Conversion, meaning of term, 109.
Coppin, Richard, a Universalist, 12.
Corruptions of the Lord's Supper, 319 – 324.
Council, Matt. v. 22, meaning of, 83.

Fifth General, condemned Universalism, 10.
Creed, a Bible form, 18-22.
Cruelty, not to be charged on God, 111.
Current of Scripture, said to be in favor of eternal punishment, 272,

shown to be incorrect, 272, 273.
Damnation of hell,” sense of, page 118, does not necessarily imply

endless
misery,

161.
Damnation, signifies judgment, 184, 195, is in this world, 195.
Damned, meaning of the term, 143, 194.
Daniel's description of the destruction of Jerusalem, 76.
Darkness, sense of that phrase, 88, not endless, 88.
Darkness, outer, sense of phrase, 117, 118.
Day, meaning of term, 176.

6 of destruction and wrath, 60, 179 - 181.
e of the Lord, nieaning of phrase, 85, 86, 206, 216, 217.
66 that burned as an oven, 77.
of judgment, meaning of, 89, 90, 96, 179, 216, 217, said to be

denied by Universalists, 267 ; they do not deny the scrip
tural account of a day of judgment, 268.

Dead, small and great, stood before God, 240, 241.
Death, a common meaning of, 85, 164, 224, 233.

of the High Priest, compared with that of Christ, 200.
without mercy, sense of, 204.
sin unto, 214.
the Second, considered, 220 - 235.
and hell cast into the lake of fire, 241, meaning of, 242.
cannot dissolve our relation to God, 247.
to be no more, 53.

a drtector of the heart, 274.
Deists, Leslie's “ Short and Easy Method with," 347 – 381.
Destroy soul and body, meaning of, 92-95; authors who treat on

this subject, 95.
Destruction of the wicked, 61, 69, 73.
Devil, sense of the term, 132, 133.
Didymus, a Universalist, 9.
Die in your sins, 164, 165.
Diodorus, Bishop of Tarsus, a Universalist, 9.
Disobedience punished under the Gospel, as well as under the

Law, 196.
Doubts alleged against Universalists, 259, 260.
Douglass, Neil, a Universalist, 12.
Doway translation, on sin against the Holy Ghost, 98, 99.
Dust, to sleep in, meaning of, 75; to arise from, &c. 75.
Duties of Universalists, 277 - 294 ; do. of members of Universalist

societies, 305-308.
Earbury, a Universalist, 12.
Earth and heaven fled away, 240.
Elements melt with ferveni heat, explained, 244.
Elevation of the host, origin of, 323.
Empty professions of no avail, 87, 126, 127, 128.
End of the wicked, meaning of, 69, 91, 92, 100, 101, 103, 106, 120.

142, 168, 181.
Endless misery, no safety in believing, 251.
Eternal fire, 218, 219.

hell torments overthrown, published, 12.
judgments, 196, 197.
punishment, current of Scripture, said to be in favor of, 272;.

that objection shown not to be sustained, 272, 273.-
Eternal and everlasting, how used by the Fathers, 13; by the proph-

ets of old, 219.
Evagrius, a Universalist, 9.
Everard, a Universalist, 12.
Everlasting life, 159, 160, (see Life Eternal.]

punishment, never mentioned in connexion with the

resurrection of the dead, 163.

destruction from the presence of the Lord, 191 - 193.
Evidences of revealed religion, 346.
Example of the destruction of Sodoin and Gomorrah, 218, 219..
Fabius Marius Victorinus, a Universalist, 9.
Faith, not to be managed at pleasure, 251.

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Faith, our duty to make a profession of, 338, 339; what that profese

sion is, 340.
Fearful looking for of judgment, 204.

thing to fall into the hands of God, sense of that idiom, 206
" Fear not them which kill the body," 92 - 96.
Feasts sacred, among the Jews, 318.
Fifth General Council, condemns Universalism, 10.
Fire, a figure of divine judgments, 74, 77, 104, 105, 137, 138, 190, 209

210, 2:34, 235, 2:37.
“ unquenchable, 79, 137 – 140.
6 consuming, put for God's judgments, 209, 210.
and brimstone, 64.

lake of, 220 - 222, 234, 237, 238.
First death, what it signifies, 225.
Flaming fire, (see Fire.)
Forehead, Father's name upon, meaning of that figure, 338.
Forever, and forever and ever, sense of the terms, 220, 238.
Form of Church Government, 341 - 343.

Administering the Lord's Supper, 343–346.
Freedom, Religious, established in Massachusetts by Article XI. of

Amendments to Constitution, 295.
Furnace of fire, 104, was the city of Jerusalem, 105.
Galileans, destroyed by Pilate, 144.
Gehenna, passages wherein the word is found, 81 ; supposed to signi-

fy a place of endless punishment, 81 ; literal sense of, 82;
formerly a holy place of idol worship, 82; defiled and dis-
graced, 82; made a figure of any greal evil, 82, 83 ; au.
thors who have treated on the word, 84; was not used in
the Saviour's time to signify endless punishment, 93, 94;

described the temporal punishment of ihe Jews, 118.
General apprehension of church, said to be against Universalism, 252;

answer to that objection, 252, 253.

convention of Universalists, its profession of belief, 18.
Gentiles, fulness of, to be brought in, 119, 165.

received the Gospel gladly, 172.
Gnostics, received Universalism, O, 10.
God, the Creator of men, 23; the Father of men, 24 ; Lord or Owner

of men, 24; coinmits all men to Christ's care, 24; his will to
save all, 25; his nature, 26, 27; his wisdomn, 27; his pleasure,
28; his purpose, 29; his promises, 30 ; his oath, 33; his power,
33, 34; how a consuming fire, 209-211; wills salvation of all,
266; his character, as held by Universalists, may be safely in-

itated, 289.
Gospel, disobedience punished under, as well as under the law, 196.

glorious results of, among men, 244, 245.
Graves, the term never used in connexion with the immortal resur

rection of the dead, 161, 162.
Great day, judgment of 215 — 217.
Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa, a decided Universalist, 8.
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Hand of God, to fall into, sense of that phrase, 206; better than to fall

into the hands of men, 206, 207.

Hartley, Dr. D., a Universalist, 12.
Harvest, meaning of, 102, 181.
Hell fire (Gehenna), Matt. v. 22, meaning of, 83, 137; damnation of,

118, fire of, 136, 137.
Hell (Hades), how employed, 996"; sense of in parable of Rich Man and

Lazarus, 151 – 153; cast into the lake of fire, 241.
Hell (Sheol), meaning of, 61 - 64, 71.
Henderson, John, a Universalist, 12.
High Priest, death of, previous to the Judgment, 200; compared with

death of Christ, 201.
His own place, lo whom the phrase applies, 171.
Holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord, 208.
Holy Ghost, sin against, 97 - 101; what it is, 99; hath not forgive-

ness, 134, 135.
House of God, judgment began at, 211.
Hypocrite's hope shall perish, 58 – 61; his joy is for a moment, 59,

60, 72

Impossible to renew certain apostates to repentance, 197; not impos
Judgment, general, took place at destruction of Jerusalem, 187, 188,

sible to God, 198; in wbat sense true, 199, 200.

for God to lie, 51.
Inquisition, not founded by Universalists, 262.
Jailer, case of, considered, 173-173.
Jerome, at first a Universalist, 9.
Jerusalem, destruction of, described by Daniel, 76, 222; represented

by burning, 77; described as a furnace of fire, 105.
Jesus, the Christ, testimony of to Universalism, 43, 44; judge, or ru-

ler, 177, 178.
Jewish sacred feasts, 318.
Jews, all at last to be saved, 47, 119, 120, 165, 235 ; rejected Jesus,

166 ; consequence thereof, 167.
John, testimony of to Universalism, 52, 54.
Judas, case of considered, 130-134; two accounts of his death recon-

ciled, 132 ; did not commit self-murder, 133; good, if he had
not been born, that proverb considered, 133; "his own place,”
does not refer to him, 133, 134, 170; fully repented, 133; hope
of his salvation, 134; called son of perdition, 169; not irrecov.
erably lost, 170; words in Acts i. 25 not to be referred to him,

170; but to Matthias, 171, 273.
Judgment, after the death of the high priest, 200 - 203, 268.

began at the house of God, 211; meaning of the word in
Malt. v. 22 (83); sense of in Acts xvii. 30 (175-178);
proof that it took place at the time of the establishment of
Christ's kingdom, 229; not at the inimortal resurrection
of the dead, 230; for at the resurrection Christ's kingdom
is given up, not established, 23); judgment beyond the
resurrection of the dead, not taught in the Bible, 230, 231 ;
day of, said to be denied by Universalists, 267; answer to
that objection, 268.
eternal, 196, 197.
fearful looking for, 204.
to fall under, a fearful thing, 206.

229, 238-244; and see other places under Judg-

ment.

seat of Christ, 186 – 188, 229.
" Judgment to come," sense of, 178.
Judgments of God, established in this world, 73, 74, 91, 176, 177, 216

217; cause of joy, 177.
Kingdom of heaven, meaning of the term, 80, 81, 87, 88; rich men

shall hardly enter, 113, 114; mearing of in par.
able of Ten Virgins, 121 ; what is intended by
entering into, 135, 136; to sit down in, with
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, 146, 147; to be thrust
out, 147, 148; sense of in John ii. 3 (158, 159);

unrighteous shall not inherit it, 182, 183.
Lake of fire and brimstone, 220 - 222, 234, 235; death and hell cast

into, 241, 242.
Last day, last times, explained, 168. [See under End of the world.)

66 plagues, explained, 248, 249.
Laugh at your caiamity, 70.
Laws of Massachusetts concerning religious societies, 295 – 301.

New York, 301.
Laymen should exercise their spiritual gifts, 315.
Lazarus and Rich Man, parable of, 148 - 153.
Life eternal, scriptural sense of the term, 85, 129, 130, 135, 136, 140

141, 159, 160.
Likewise perish, sense of ite phrase, 144 - 146.
Lord's Supper, object of, 183, 318,319; examination necessary before

participation, 184 ; took its rise in sacred customs of
the Jews, 318; soon corrupted after the death of
Christ. 319; corruptions traced, 319 - 324; if not ab-
solutely an ordinance, still very necessary, 326; good
practical effects of, 327 ; proofs that it is enjoined as
an ordinance, 328-330; who may join in the cele.
bration, 330 - 332; is it necessary to join a church,
332; persons should not be compelled to observe it,
333; one of the striking proofs of the Christian reii-
gion, 333, 334 ; people of doubting, humble minds,
kept away from service through fear, 334 ; their
objections noticed, 335, 336; how often the Supper
may be celebrated, 343; form of adıninistering iho

Supper, 343 - 346.
Love, the nature of God, 26; of God to sinners, gocd tendency of

preaching it, 287, 288; he first loved men, 288.
Loss of soul means loss of life, 107 - 109.
Lowest hell, meaning of, 57, 58, 61 - 64.

Malachi, describes the destruction of Jerusalem, 77.
Manicheans held to Universalism, 10.
Maranatha, explained, 184-186.
Marcellus, bishop of Ancyra, a Universalist, 8.
Massachusetts, laws of, concerning religious societies, 295 – 301.

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