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INDEX OF AUTHORS.

Allen, President of Bowdoin College, on Deut. xxxii. 22, (58) :

views of Psalm ix. 17, (C2).
Athenæus, on the lights used by the Jews, 117.
Ausiin, on the word angel, 215.

Rev. Dr., of Worcester, Mass , his melancholy end, 255.
Authors of Improved Version, on Rom. v. 18, 19, (46).
Bache, Mrs., daughter of Dr. Franklin, testimony to her father's be-

lief in Universalism, 292.
Balch, Rev. A. L., his happy death, 276, 277.
Balfour, Rev. Walter, his First Inquiry replied to by President Allen,

62; on the relation between Matt. xiii. 37 - 43 and 47 - 50;
(106); on punishment of Gentiles not being in the future
state, 180; believes the Lord's Supper to be enjoined as an
ordinance, 323, 330; on the words damned and damnation,
194, 195 ; wrote on objections to Universalism, 277 ; his
First Inquiry quoted and referred to, 62, 84, 96, 154, 277 ;
Second do. 101, 105, 106, 12:3, 130, 194 ; Essays, do. 91,
178, 195, 213; Letters to Hudson, 96; Reply to Sabine, 91,
96 ; Reply to Stuart, 96 ; Article in Universalist Magazine,

Vol. V., on 2 Thess. i. 7 - 10, (194).
Ballou, Rev. H., one of the committee for forming Profession of Be-

lief, 17; view of Matt. 10, 23, Luke xii. 4, 5, (95, 96, 144 ;) on
sin against the Holy Ghost, 101 ; on Matt. xxv. 46, (130);
on parable of Rich Man and Lazarus, 153; on 2 Cor. v. 10,
(180); on 2 Thess. i. 7 - 10, (194); do. ii. 11, 12, 194, 195);
on Heb. ix. 27, (203) ; 1 Peler iv. 17, 18, (213) ; on the

Second Death, 223.
Ballou, Rev. H. 2d, History of Universalisni referred to, 11; view

of judginent of Sodom and Gomorrah, 89; view of Natt. x.
28, (996); view of Matt. xix. 23, 24, (112); his views on the

organization of churches, and the Lord's Supper, 324 - 328.
Bellamy, Dr., his misery in his sickness, 255.
Belsham, on the resurrection of the dead to happiness, 48.
Bernard, Count of Barcelona, signed a treaty with the sacramental

wine, 321.
Blount, the blasphemer, committed self-murder, 375, note.
Burnet, Bishop, on the phrase "ealeth and drinketh damnation to

himself,'' 184.
Calmet, on Anathema Maranatha, 185.

Campbell, on phrase " wrath to come,77, 78; on the word åník

Eato, 132; on the term "damned," 143; on Luke xx. 35,

36, (156); on the phrase "åruotaois Twy vezgâv," 225.
Capellus (Jacobus), on Heb. xi. 35, (208).
Carlstadt, took the proper ground in regard to the Eucharist, 323.
Charles ihe Bald, signed a treaty with the sacramental wine, 321.
Chillingworth, on the authority of the Bible, 264.
Christian Intelligencer, quotation from, on the resurrection of the

dead, 157.
Messenger, quotation from, on "lake of fire,” 222.
Clarke, Dr. Adam, the Methodist, on prayer for all men, 25; on the

words “full of mercy,27 ; on Rev. iv. 11, (28); on Isaiah
lii. 10, (28); on Gen. xii.3, (31); on the oath of God, 33; on
Acts iii. 21, (37); on Gospel Feast, 40; on Titus ii. 11, 12,
(51); on phrase " thou shalt not surely die," 56 ; on Gen.
vi. 3, (57); applies Deut. xxxii. 22, to temporal judgments,
58; on the opinions of Zophar, Job xi. 1, (59) ; on Ps. ix.
5, (61); on Ps. xi. 6, (64); on Ps. xvii. 13, 14, (65); on Prov.
i. 26 - 29, (70); on Dan. xii. 2, (76); on Mal. v. 1, (77); on
6 wrath to come,” 78, 181 ; on Matt. iii. 12, (78); v. 22, (81,
82); on “entering the strait gate," 84, 85; on phrase “ day
of judgment,” 90; on y'uxi in Matt. xvi. 25, (109); on the
words of Christ, Matt. xxiii. 37, (119); on the word åniy-
Eato, 132; on case of Judas, 133, 134 ; on Gehenna of fire,
137; on phrase "world to come,” 141; on the words, “ye
shall all likewise perish," 145, 146; on Acts i. 25, (171); on
the phrase " the saved," 175 ; on the terror of the Lord, 188;
on 2 Thess. ii. 11, 12, (194); on Heb. xi. 35, (207); on 1
Peter iv. 17, 18, 211, 212); on the sin unto death, 214,

215; on the beast mentioned Rev. xix. 20, (221).
Cobb, Rev. S., on destruction of soul and body in Gehenna, 95, 96.
Cooke, Rev. Parsons, on Deut. xxxii. 22, (57); adduces Ps. ix. 17,

in proof of endless punishment, 61 ; do. xlix. 14, 15, (67).
Cowper, the poet, his religious melancholy, 255; produced by ter-

ror of eternal judgment, 236.
Crellius, on the better resurrection, Heb. xi. 35, (208).
Cruden, on words eternal, everlasting, &c., 127.
Davis, Rev. J. M., on Deut. xxxii. 22, (57); adduces Job viii. 13, 14,

as proof of endless punishment, 58; do. Ps. ix. 17, (61); co.
Ps. xi. 6, (64); do. xvii. 13, 14, (64); do. I. 22, (67); do.

Prov. i. 26 - 29, (70); do. xi. 7, (71).
Doddridge, Dr.,

on the better resurrection, Heb. xi. 35, (208).
Dodds, Rev. J. B., on Matt. x. 28; Luke xii. 4, 5, (96); on the Sec.

ond Death, 223, 235.
Donnegan, ώσαύτως and όμοίως, 145, note.
Edwards, Dr. Jonathan, adduces Job viii. 13, 14, as proof of endless

punishment, 58; do. Job 11. 20, (59) ; do. Ps. xvii. 13, 14,

(64); do. Prov. i. 26 – 29, (70); do. xi. 7, (71).
Eleazar, Rab., on oath of God, 33.
Ely, Dr. E. S., adduces Job xxi. 30, as proof of endless misery, 60;

do. Ps. i. 5, 6, (61); do. ix. 17, (61); do. xi. 6, (64).
Ely and Thomas's Discussion, 60, 62.

Expositor and Universalist Review, referred to and quoted from

8, 11, 62, 79, 81, 84, 89, 95, 96, 102, 106, 110, 130, 144, 178,

203, 213, 223, 324 - 328.
Eusebius's account of two persons who suffered unquenchable fire, 79.
Ferriss, Walter, one of the committee who formed Profession of Be-

lief, 17; drawn up by him, 18.
Franklin, Dr. Benjamin, his testimony to the beneficent tendency of

Universalism, 292.
Fuller, Andrew, adduces Ps. xvii. 13, 14, in favor of endless misery,
Lightfoot, on the testimony of the prophets, 38; on Deut. xxxii. 22,

64.

Gill, Dr., on phrase “ wrath to come,” 78.
Grotius, on Dan. xii. 2. (77); on a common Hebraism, 98; on Rev.

xxii. 18, 19, (30).
Hallett, Mr., on the better resurrection, Heb. xi. 35, (208).
Hammond, Dr., on the wrath to come, 78; on unquenchable fire,

79; on the judgment of Sodom and Gomorrah, 90; on
the words " ye shall all likewise perish,” 145; on the
better resurrection, Heb. xi. 35, (208); on 2 Peter ii.
7- 13, (213); on death being cast into lake of fire, 242;

on Rev. xxii. 18, 19, (249, 250).
Hanscom, Rev. William C., interesting account of his last moments,

and death, 275, 276.
Haweis, Dr., on the phrase “judgment to come," 178.
Hawes, Dr., [of Hartford, Conn.) his manner of connecting scriptu.

ral phraseology, 55; adduces Job viii. 13, 14, as proof of end.
less punishment, 58; do. Job xi. 20, (59) ; do. Ps. ix. 5, (61);
do. ix. 17, (61); do. xi. 6, (64); do. xxxvii. 20, 38, (66); do
1. 22, (67); do. Prov. i. 26 - 29, (70); do. xi. 7, (71) ; do.

xxiv. 20, (72).
Hay, P. Jr., on Matt. x. 28, (996).
Horne, on the capital punishments of the Jews, 214.
Improved Version, authors of, on Ror v. 18, 19, (46).
Innocent the Third, established transubstantiation by decree, 322.
Jonathan Ben Uzziel, Targum of, referred to, 94.
Josephus, on awful punishments of Jews at destruction of their city,

205.

Kenrick, on connexion between Matt. xxiv. and xxv. (121); on

Matt. xxv. 13, (123).
Kimchi, on Isaiah lxvi. 24, (139)
Lathe, 2., one of the committee for forming Profession of Belief, 17.
Lee, Luther, his view of the penalty of the divine law, 56; adduces

Ps. ix. 17, in proof of endless punishment, 61; on the end of the
wicked, 69; adduces Prov. i. 26 - 29, in favor of endless pun

ishment, 70; on Matt. x. 15, (89).
Leigh’s Crit. Sacr., on the word angel, 215.
Leslie, Rev. Charies, his “Short and Easy Method with the Deists,'

347 - 380.

(58) ; on dwelling with devouring fire, 74, 75; on" wrath
to come,” 78, 181; authority referred to on coming of
Christ, 87, note; on end of Jewish age, 106; on Isaiah

Ixvi. 24, (139) ; on Anathema Maranatha, 186.
Locke, on Anathema Maranatha, 185.
Luther, Martin, slightly corrected the errors concerning the Eucha-

rist, 323; disapproved the more scriptural views of Zuin.

glius and others, 324.
Macknight, Dr., on phrase “ol rolloi,” 45; on the word “ creature,

in Rom. viii. 21, (47); on the phrase "THE SAVED," 175;
on 1 Peter iv. 17, 18, (201); on angels who fell from

their first estate, 215.
Magazine and Advocate, quoted from, on Rev. xxii. 11, (245).
Manley, Rev. William E., on Matt. x. 28, and Luke xii. 4, 5, (96.)
Merritt, Rev. T., controversy with Rev. H. Ballou, 194.
Modern History of Universalism, 15.
Murray, Rev. John, his last hour, 274.
Napoleon's figure on burning of Moscow, 242.
Nevins, Rev. S., on the expression to see God," 209.
Newcome, Archbishop, on phrase “all things,'' 30, 50.
Noble, Rev. S., on connexion between Matt. xxiv. and zxv. (123.):
Onkelos, Targum of, referred to, 94.
Ovid's Metamorphoses, how to be understood, 364.
Owen, Dr., on Heb. xi. 35, (208.)
Paige, Rev. L. R., criticisms on Matt. xvi. 25, 26, (107); on John v..

23, 29, (160 – 164); his Selections referred to and quoted from,

79, 81, 84, 97, 98, 101, 102, 105, 110, 115, 194, 213, 250.
Parables, Illustrations of, referred to, 78, 87, 102, 106, 115, 130, 148,

153.
Parkhurst, on restitution of all things, 36; on phrases of nodol and

núvtaş år9półtovş, 45; on Matt. v. 22, (81); on the Heb.
word Nephish, 107'; on the Gehenna of fire, 137; on the
words ωσαύτως and ομοίως, 145; on the word ανάστασις,

225.
Paschasius, Radbert, the first to assert transubstantiation, 321, 322.
Pearce, Bishop, on phrase "wrath to come,” 78; on judginent of

Sodom and Gomorrah, 90 ; on connexion between Matt.
xxiv. and xxv., (121) ; on the words, “ye shall all likewise

perish,” 145.
Peirce, on Heb. vi. 2, (196, 197).
Photius, his condemnation signed with sacramental wine, 321.
Phyrrhus,

321.
Pickering, Rev. D., his exposition of Heb. ix. 27, (200); his Lectures

on Divine Revelation, 346.
Plutarch, on the lights used by the Jews, 117.
Prideaux's Life of Mahomet, quoted, 363.
Priestley, Dr. Joseph, on Acts i. 25, (171); his testimony to his belief
in Universalism, 292.

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Proudfit, Dr., applied parable of Virgins to destruction of Jerusa.

lem, 121.

ery, 256.

Rayner, Rev. M., his work on parable of Rich Man and Lazarus, 154.
Richards, G., one of committee for forming Profession of Belief, 17.
Robinson, Prof., on the words eternal, eternity, 127.
Saurin, his testimony to the awful effect of believing in endless mis
Skinner, Rev. D., his Bible Creed, 18.

Rev. Warren, on Second Death, 223.
Rev. O. A., his “ Universalism Illustrated and Defended,"

110, 130, 178.
Smith, Rev. S. R., his “ Causes of Infidelity Removed," 347.

T. S., on phrase "everlasting," 130.
Stochius, on restitution of all things, 36.
Streeter, Zebulon, one of committee for forming Profession of Belief,

17.
Strong, Rev. Dr., adduces Job xi. 20, as proof of endless punishment,

59; do. xxi. 30, (60); do. xxxi. 3, (61); do. Psalm i. 5, 6,
(61); do. ix. 5, (61); do. ix. 17, (61); do. xi. 6, (64); do.
xvii. 20, 38, (66); do. Ixviii. 2, (68); do. cxlv. 20, (69); do.
Prov. i. 26 - 29, (70); do. xi. 7, (11); do. xxiv. 20, 72);
preached funeral sermon of Rev. E. Winchester, and bore
full testimony to his excellent character, and constancy in

the faith, 275.
Stuart, Prof., on Heb. ii. 9, (34); on or cảng, 49, 50; on

the spiritual worship of Christ, 53 ; adduces Psalm ix. 17, in
proof of endless punishment, 61 ; judicious remarks on Prov.
v.5, (71); on the judgment, Mati. v. 22, (83); on the word

everlasting, 126.
Tenney, Rev. Dr., his testimony in regard to Dr. Austin, 255.
Thacher, Rev. Moses, author of a series of objections against Uni.

versalism, 273, note; fallen from the clerical office, 274,
Thayer, Rev. T. B., his Christianity against infidelity, 346.
Theodore, (Pope,) mixed sacramental wine with ink, to sign a sol.

emn decree, 321.
Thomas, Ev. A. C., on the phrase " reserved to destruction," 60.
Tillotson, Archbishop, on the parable of Rich Man and Lazarus, 150.
Universalism, Ancient History of, referred to, 11; Modern do. 15, 16.
Universalist Expositor, [See Expositor and Universalist Review.j
Wakefield, on word &triyyato, 132; on Anathema Maranatha, 185.
Warburton on Psalm xvii

. 13, 14, (65); on do. xlix. 14, 15, (67); on
Prov. xi. 7, (72); do. xiv. 32, (72);
Whitby, on Rom. xi. 36, (47); on being in kingdom of heaven, with

Abraham, &c., 88; on enduring to the end, 91, 92; on the
phrase " this generation,” 118; on the phrase "worm dieth
not,” 138; on alários, eternal, 127; on Rom. ii. (180); on
the punishment of Sodom and Gomcrrah, 218, 219; on

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