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Matthew xxiv. and xxv. one continued discourse, 121, 122.
Matthias, referred to in Acts i. 25 (171).
Morality, as taught by Christ, 286, 287.
More, Dr. H., 12.
Murray, John, 12, 13.
Mystery, an ancient corruption of the Lord's Supper, 320. [See un.

der Lord's Supper.]
Necessity of the organization of churches, 324, 325, 337, 338.
“Neither in this world, neither in the world to conie,” 100, 101.
“ Neither pray I for these alone,” 168, 169.
New Birth, 157 – 159.
New Hampshire, Supreme Court of, strange decision concerning Uni.

versalists, 17; called forth the famous profession of

belief, 17.
Newton, Sir Isaac, inclined to Universalism, 12.

Bishop T., a Universalist, 12.
New York, laws of, concerning religious societies, 301.

Oath of God, 33.
Objections to Universalism considered, 250 - 277; are objections
Perdition, son of, 169.
Perfection of God, to be imitated, 284-287.
Perish, sense of that phrase, 66, 144, 145.
Peterson, John William, a Universalist, 12.
Peter, testimony of, to Universalism, 44.
Plagues, threatened for adding to word of God, 248-250.
Pleasure of God, 28.
Portion of the wicked, what it is, 64, 65.
Power of God, 33, 34.
Pray not for the world, 168, 169.
Presence of God, sense of that phrase, 68, 191, 192.
Probation, doctrine of, not taught in the Bible, 271.
Profession of belief of general convention, 17, 18; how it originated,

against the word of God, 270.
Offending hand or foot, parable of, 135 - 140.
Old Testament passages, strange manner ernployed by some, of weav-

ing them together, 55.
Opposition to Christ and his apostles, said to be inconsistent with Uni.

versalism, 256; answer to that objection, 257, 258.
" Ordained to eternal life," 171, 172.
Ordinance of Lord's Supper. (See Lord's Supper.]
Organization of churches, necessity of, 324, 325, 337, 338.
Origen, a Universalist, 8.
Origenists, doubtless Universalists, 9.

condemned, 10), 14.
Outer darkness, sense of the phrase, 117, 118, 123.
Own place, to whom applies, 171.

Parable of tares and wheat, 102, 273; of the net, 106, 273; of the

unforgiving servant, 110; of the wedding garment, 115;
of the ten virgins, 120 - 123; of the unprofiiable servant,
123, 124; of the sheep and goats, 124 – 130, 272, 273; of
the offending hand or foot, 135-140; of the rich man and

Lazarus, 148 - 153; of the vineyard, 167.
Parables, hard to apply them, 112.
Paradox, remarkable, 259.
Parallelisin of Hebrew poetry, 71.
Parental character of God, influence of belief in, 259, 250.
Parliament of England, cruel statutes of, against Universalism, 11.
Passover, design of, 318, 356.
Paul, testimony of, to Universalism, 45 – 52.
Peace with all inen, to be followed, 208.
Peculiar duties of Universalists, 282.
Penitentiaries, inmates of, generally believers of endless misery, 261.
Pentecost, design of, 318.

17, 18.
Profession of Faith, a duty enjoined on Christians, 338, 339; what is

a Christian profession, 340.
Profligate and abandoned, falsely said to escape punishment in this

life, 265.
Promise of God, 30; not opposed lo threatenings, 32.
Prophets, testimony of, to Universalism, 36-42.
Punishment, not endless, 126 - 128.

sorer, of those who apostatized from Christianity, 204,

205; total amount of, in this life, objected to, 265.
Purpose of God, 29.
Purves, James, a Universalist, 12.

Quarrel with the Origenists, 10.
Ramsay, Chevalier, a Universalist, 12.
Reapers, what they signify, 103.
Reformation, coininenceinent of, 11.
Religious freedom established in Massachusetts, 295.
Reliy, James, a Universalist, 12.
Repent, all men commanded to, 176.
Repentance, impossible to renew to, 197; not impossible to God,

198; in what sense true, 199, 200.
Reprobation to elernal death, not taught in the Bible, 171.
Restitution of all things, 36, 37.
Resurrection of the dead to inmortality, 154, 157, 271; never de-

scribed as resurrection from the graves, 162; never
mentioned in connexion with retribution, 163, 164; not

two classes after it, 264, 265.
Resurrection, the term does not necessarily apply to resurrection into

future life, 160, 161, 225 - 227, 232, 233, 269.
Resurrection better, explained, 207, 208.

of darnation, 160 - 164, 230, 231, fulfilled at the de.

struction of Jerusalem, 232.
Retribution, never spoken of in connexion with immortal resurrec.

tion, 163, 164.
Revelation of the Lord Jesus from heaven, 190.
Richardson, Samuel, a Universalist, 12.
Rich man, hardly enter the kingdom of God, 112, 113.
Rich Man and Lazarus, parable of, 148 - 153.

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Rich men not always the best members of religious societies, 312,

314, 315.
societies, not always the most prosperous, 314.
Righteous, all at last shall become so, 183.

scarcely be saved, 212; recompensed in the earth, 212.

and wicked, two classes considered, 263 - 265.
Righteousness of the Scribes and Pharisees, 80.

Sabbath, a wise institution, 315.
Sacrament, an original corruption of the Lord's Supper, 319, [See

Lord's Supper.]
Sacred feasts of the Jews, 318.
Sacrifice for sin, none other than that of Christ, 204.
Safe side, the argument for considered, 250, 251.
Salvation of all men, infallibly proved from the Bible, 23 -54.
Saved, sense of that phrase, 143, 174, 173, 212.
Saviour of the world, 35, 36.
Scriptural evidences of Universalism, 23 -54.
Sealing of a book (or roll], when the event was distant, 246; oppo-

site, when it was near, 246.
Second coming of Christ, 124 - 126.

death, 220, common opinion of, 223; means second destruc.

tion of the Jews, 223, 228.
See God, an expression drawn from the custom of eastern kings,

208, 209.
Separation, between good and evil, 163.
Seven last plagues explained, 248, 249; poured out upon the earth,

249, 250.
Sheep and Goats, parable of, 124 - 130; fulfilled at the coming of

Christ, 272, 273.
“ Short and Easy Method with the Deists," 347 - 380.
Siegvolk, Paul, a Universalist, 12.
Sin against the Holy Ghost, 97 – 101 ; in what it consists, 99; the

sense in which it hath not forgiveness,

134, 135.
Sin of every description to be pardoned, 98.
Sin unto death, 214.
Sinning wilfully, what does it mean, 203.
Skinner, Rev. Dr., Bible Creed, 18 - 22.
Sleep in dust, signification of, 75.
Societies, formation of, 294 ; laws of Massachusetts concerning,

2:15 - 301; do. of New York, 301; Cor:stitution for,
301 - 303; duties of members of, 305 – 308; true pros-
perity of described, 308 - 312; members of should con-

tribute liberally to the support of the Gospel, 313.
Sodom and Gomorrah, destruction of, 64; more tolerable than that

of the Jews, 89; an example, 218.
Solicitude of Christ and his Apostles, 253 - 250.
Son of perdition, sense of phrase, 32, 169, 170.
Soul put for life, 106, 107.
Sowing and reaping, a figure employed to represent connexion be

tween crime and punishment, 205.
Spirit shall not always strive with man, 57.

Stonehouse, Sir George, a Universalist, 12.
Strait gate, meaning of, 84.
Strive to enter in, meaning of, 148.
Supper, [See Lord's Supper.]
Sybilline Oracles, Universalism defended in, 8.
Taking away from the word of God condemned, 248.
Targums, date of, 94.
Temporal judgments, under figure of fire, (See Fire.)
Tendency of Universalism, said to be corrupt, 262; answer to that

objection, 262, 263.
Ten virgins, parable of, 120 - 1 23.
Terror of the Lord, meaning of, 188, 189.
Testiniony of prophets to Universalism, 36 - 42; of Jesus, 43, 44;

of Peter, 44; of Paul, 45 – 52 ; of John, 52, 53.
"That day,” meaning of, 85, 86, 179 - 181.
Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia, a Universalist, 9.
Thessalonians, troubled by the Jews, 189, 193, 194.
This generation, sense of phrase, 118.
" Thou shalt surely die," sense of, 56.
Threatenings, not opposed

to promises, 32.
Throne of Christ's glory, 239, 240.
Tillotson, Archbishop 12.
Titus, bishop of Bostra, a Universalist, 8.
Torn in pieces, sense of the phrase, 68.
Two classes among mankind considered, 263 - 265.

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Unitarians, early English, were Universalists, 12.
Universal atonement, alleged not to prove universal salvation, 266.
Universalism, taught in the Old Testament, 7; in the New, 7, 8,

early traces of, 8-10; condemnation of by Fifth
General Council, 10; soon met less favor, il; ap-
pears anew at the Reformation, 11 ; number of preach-
ers of, in the United States, 13; no new doctrine, 13;
how at first put down, 14 ; scriptural evidences of,
23 - 54 ; objections to considered, 250-277 ; falsely
said to be contrary to the dictates of prudence, 250;
general apprehensions of the church said to be oppos-
ed to, 252; answer to that objection, 252, 253; said to
be of a corrupt moral tendency, 262, answer to that
objection, 262, 263; said to fail in the hour of death,
274; that objection answered, 274 - 277; exalts the
character of God, 287; to be tested must be put in

practice, 291, 292.
Universalists, who they are, 7, 277, 278; what do they believe, 15;

are not infidels, 15; are not distinguished merely by
a disbelief in future punishment, 16; the distinguisti-
ing point of their faith, 16, 17, 22; admit of no dis-
tinction on the subject of limited future punishment,
17; alleged not to take the safe side, 250; primary
question with, 252; such as never believed Universal.
isın renounce it, 259; falsely said to be doubtful of
their cause, 260 ; objected to, because they believe in

(Universalists,) too much punishment, 265; said to deny the day of

judgment, 267; answer to that objection, 268;' be-
lieve that all at last wilt repent and be saved, 269; an
objection stated thereto, 269; alleged to believe in
another state of probation, 270; answer to that ob.
jection, 271, 272; what are the duties of, 277 - 294;
iwo kinds of, positive and negative, 278-280; am I
really a Universalist, the test, 280, 281; believe in a
God, whose character may be safely imitated, 289;
the necessity of their living according to their faith,
289, 290; some dishonor the name they bear, 291 ;
feel a deep interest in sustaining the Christian re-

ligion, 346.
Universalist churches, [See under churches.]

societies, [See under societies.)
Unprofitable servant, parable of, 123, 124.
Unquenchable fire, 79.
Unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God, 182, 183.
Vengeance taken on the Jews, 190, 191 ; belongs to God, 206.

of eternal fire, 213, 219.
Vision shut up, when the event was distant, 240.
Vital godliness, essential to Christian character, 293, 294.
Watchfulness enjoined, in view of Christ's coming, 121.
Wedding garment, meaning of, 116.
Weeping and gnashing of teeth, sense of, 117, 118, 147.
« What must I do to be saved ?" 173-175.
Whiston, William, against eternal torments, 12.
White, Jeremy, a Universalist, 12.
" Whither I go, ye cannot come,” 164, 165.
Wicked, shall not escape, 59; the triumphing of, short, 59, 60; shall be

turned into hell, 61 - 64 ; have their portion in this life, 64 ;
what is their portion, 64, 65; shall perish, 66, 67; falsely
said that they generally embrace Universalism, 260; an

swer to that objection, 201, 262.
Will of God to save all inen, 25, 266; yet it is alleged all will not be

saved, 200; answer to that objection,

267.
Winchester, Rev. Elhanan, 13.
Winnowing fan, what is intended thereby, 78.
Winstanley, Gerard, a Universalist, 12.
Wisdom of God, 27; wisdom personified, 70.
World to come, sense of that phrase, 100, 101, 141, 142.
World, end of, (See End of the World.]
Worm that dieth not, 138, 13:).
Worthy to obtain resurrection, meaning of, 154, 155, 156.
Wrath of God, 160, 178, 179-181, 236, 237, 248, 249.

to come, meaning of, 77, 78, 181.

day of, 179, 180; came on unbelieving Jews, 161.
Zeal, importance of, 303; we can never impart it to others, unless

we have it in ourselves, 304, 305.

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