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NO. III.

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Art. I. SACRAMENTAL COMMUN- man, by Rev J. Murdock,
ION. By Kev. N. Porter, D.D. 1 D. D.

· 174
ART. II. EVIDENCE Or Testi- Art. X. TAE PARASES · BORN
MONY. By Rev. E. Pond, D.D. 14 of God,' AND BORN AGAIN,' IN

THE NEW TESTAMENT. By

Art. III. What is Sin. By Rev. Samuel H. Cox, D. D. 183

Prof. M. Stuart,

26

Have infants any proper know- ART. XI. ANTE-COLUMBIAN

ledge of the divine law ? 29 HISTORY OF AMERICA, Digh-

Are infants declared to be trans- Ton Rock. LANGUAGE OF THE

gressors ?

31 SKRELLINGS, ETC.

By Rev.

A. B. Chapin,

191

Art. IV. THE ORIGIN OF

WRITING GREECE

Art. XII. REVIEW OF SELEC-

Egypt. By Rev. T. Parker, 71 TIONS FROM GERMAN LITERA-

Use of Alphabetic Writing in TURE,

198

Greece,

72

Use of leiters in Egypt,

86

Art. XIII. REVIEW OF Bacon's

HISTORICAL DISCOURSES. By

ART. V. NORMAL SCHOOLS AND

: 217

TEACHERS' SEMINARIES.

Rev. Noah Porter, Jr.

By

Rev. Calvin E. Stowe, D. D. 90

Demanded by the interests of

Art. XIV. Critical Notices. 244

popular education, .

93

1. Bush's and Gesenius's He-

244

Ages of pupils proper to be ad-

brew Grammars,
mited,

96

2. Whewell and Henry op

Discipline of the Model School, 96 Christian Morals, .

245

Three years in the Teachers'

3. The Christian Philanthro-

Seminary,

97 pist, by Dr. Cogswell, 247

The Senior class in do. do. 97 4. Ripley's Specimens of For-

Instruction in

do, do. 97

eign Literature,

247

Influence on society,

111

5. Life of Wilberforce, 248

Objections answered,

115

6. Anthon's Latin and Greek

Classics,

249

ART.VI. DISCRIMINATIVE PREACH-

7. Memoir and Sermons of

250

ING. By Rev. Prof. Shepard, 129

Dr. Griffin,

8. Hare's Sermons, . 251

ART. VII. Review of MAHAN

9. Scboolcrafı's Indian Tales, 252

On Christian PERFECTION. By

10. Adam's Jubilee of the Con-

Rev. N. S. Folsom,

143 stitution,

254

11. The Metropolitan Pulpit, 254

Art. VIII. ON THE NATURAL 12. Philip's Lise and Times

SIGNIFICANCY OF ARTICULATE

of John Bunyan,

255

Sounds. By Prof. J. W. 13. Sawyer's Mental Philo-

Gibbs,

166 sophy,

255

14. Tappan's Review of Ed:

Art. IX. THE CONDITION AND

wards on the Will, 257

BELIEF OF THE JEWS AT THE

15. Additional Notices of New

TIME OF THE COMING OF Christ.

Publications, :

. 258

An interesting Chapter from

Jos's History of the Israel- Art. XV. MISCELLANEOUS AND

ites, Translated from the Ger- LITERARY INTELLIGENCE,

259

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ART. I. THE TALMUD AND THE ART. IX. The DURATION OF

Rabbies. By Prof. Nordhei- Christ's KINGDOM. AN Ex-

mer. Introductory Remarks, POSITIUN OF I Cor. 15: 24-28.

by the Editor,

261 By Rev. D. Van Valkenburg, 439

Geneological Order of Tradi:

tion,

262 ART. X. Cowper's POETRY AND

Jewish Schools in Palestine, 268 LETTERS. By the Author of

Rabinical Schools in Babylonia, 201 the Article on “ Modern Eng-

Contents of the Babylonian lish Poetry,"

449

Talmud,

287

ART. XI BIBLICAL CRITICISMS

Art. II. REI IGIOUS CONTRO-

AND REMARKS By Prof. J.

By Rev. R. Robins, 292 W. Gibbs,

, 480

Use of the nun.ber Forty 480

Art. III. THE CHURCH OF GOD. Misapprehensions of the Eng.

By Rev. S. Heltienstein, Jr. lish Version,

483

I. lis nature and Constilution, 308

II. Its Transmission and Per- Art. XII. CRITICAL Notices. 486

pituity,

313 1. Magee on Atonement, 486

it. The'Qualifications of its

2. Fuhrmann's Manual of

Members,

316 Theol. Literature,

487

3. Union Bible Dictionary, · 489

Art, IV. HISTORICAL SKETCH 4. Hawk's Contributions to

OF ATHEISM. By Rev. E. Pond,

Eccles. History, . 490

D.D.

320 5. Souihey's Poetical Works, 491

6. Spring's Lectures to Young

ART, V. REMARKS ON FRENCH

Men,

493

PREACHING. REVIEW OF SER- 7. Annals of Yale College, 494

MONS OF Rev. J. J. AUDEBEZ. 8. The Condensed Commen-

By Rev. Rubert Baird, 332 tary,

495

9. Upham's Mental Philoso:

ART. VI. Duties of A Tueo-

phy,

496

LOGIAN. By Rev. Prof. Park, 347 10. Brown's Law of Christ, 497

11. The Presbyterian Church

Art. VII. AN ESSAY ON CAUSE

Case,

499

AND EFFкст, IN CONNEXION 12. History of the Sandwich

WITH THE DOCTRINES OF FA-

Islands' Missions,

501

TALISM AND FREE AGENCY,

13. Bride of Fort Edward, . 501

14. Murray's Travels, . 502

ART. VIII. Is IT Morally

15. Harper's Family Library,

WRONG TO DRINK WINE OR

No. 75.

503

STRONG DRINK WHICH WHEN 16. Mc Donner. by Abbott, 503

TAKEN IN EXCESS PRODUCES IN- 17. The Three Last Things, . 504

TOXICATION? By Rev. Lewis 18. The Poets of America, 504

Mayer. D. D.

· 381

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Note by the Editor,

422 ADDITIONAL NOTICES,

505

Is it EXPEDIENT TO ABSTAIN TO- An article from Prof Robin-

TALLY FROM ALL DRINKS THAT

son,

506

MAY INTOXICATE ?

424 Nordheimer's Concordance, . 506

Noles by the Editor, 430, 432,434, 436 Index,

. 507

* The first pages in some of the copies of this No. are marked by mis-
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