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Hartley, Dr. D., a Universalist, 12.
Hell fire (Gehenna), Matt. v. 22, meaning of, 83, 137; damnation of,
Hell (Hades), how employed, 96; sense of in parable of Rich Man and
Hell (Sheol), meaning of, 61 - 64, 71.
High Priest, death of, previous to the Judgment, 200; compared with
His own place, to 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-
House of God, judgment began at, 211.
Hypocrite's hope shall perish, 58-61; his joy is for a moment, 59,
Impossible to renew certain apostates to repentance, 197; not impos-
Inquisition, not founded by Universalists, 262.
Jailer, case of, considered, 173-175.
Jerusalem, destruction of, described by Daniel, 76, 222; represented
Jews, all at last to be saved, 47, 119, 120, 165, 235; rejected Jesus,
John, testimony of to Universalism, 52, 54.
Judas, case of considered, 130-134; two accounts of his death recon-
Judgment, after the death of the high priest, 200-203, 268.
began at the house of God, 211; meaning of the word in
eternal, 196, 197.
fearful looking for, 204.
to fall under, a fearful thing, 206.
Judgment, general, took place at destruction of Jerusalem, 187, 188,
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
Kingdom of heaven, meaning of the term, 80, 81, 87, 88; rich men
Lake of fire and brimstone, 220 - 222, 234; 235 ; death and hell cast
Last day, last times, explained, 168. [See under End of the world.]
Laugh at your calamity, 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,
Likewise perish, sense of the phrase, 144 - 146.
Lord's Supper, object of, 183, 318,319; examination necessary before
Love, the nature of God, 26, of God to sinners, good tendency of
preaching it, 287, 288; he first loved men, 288.
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.
Matthew xxiv. and xxv. one continued discourse, 121, 122.
Matthias, referred to in Acts i. 25`(171).
Murray, John, 12, 13.
Mystery, an ancient corruption of the Lord's Supper, 320. [See un-
Necessity of the organization of churches, 324, 325, 337, 338.
New Birth, 157–159.
New Hampshire, Supreme Court of, strange decision concerning Uni-
Newton, Sir Isaac, inclined to Universalism, 12.
New York, laws of, concerning religious societies, 301.
Oath of God, 33.
Objections to Universalism considered, 250-277; are objections
Origenists, doubtless Universalists, 9.
condemned, 10, 14.
Outer darkness, sense of the phrase, 117, 118, 123.
Parable of tares and wheat, 102, 273; of the net, 106, 273; of the
Parables, hard to apply them, 112.
Parallelism of Hebrew poetry, 71.
Parental character of God, influence of belief in, 289, 290.
Parliament of England, cruel statutes of, against Universalism, 11.
Paul, testimony of, to Universalism, 45–52.
Peace with all men, to be followed, 208.
Peculiar duties of Universalists, 282.
Penitentiaries, inmates of, generally believers of endless misery, 261.
Perdition, son of, 169.
Perfection of God, to be imitated, 284-287.
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.
Profession of Faith, a duty enjoined on Christians, 338, 339; what is
Promise of God, 30; not opposed to threatenings, 32.
sorer, of those who apostatized from Christianity, 204,
Quarrel with the Origenists, 10.
Ramsay, Chevalier, a Universalist, 12.
Religious freedom established in Massachusetts, 295.
Repentance, impossible to renew to, 197; not impossible to Ġod,
Reprobation to eternal death, not taught in the Bible, 171.
Resurrection of the dead to immortality, 154, 157, 271; never de-
Resurrection, the term does not necessarily apply to resurrection into
of damnation, 160-164, 230, 231, fulfilled at the de-
Retribution, never spoken of in connexion with immortal resurrec-
Revelation of the Lord Jesus from heaven, 190.
Rich man, hardly enter the kingdom of God, 112, 113.
Rich Man and Lazarus, parable of, 148-153..
Rich men not always the best members of religious societies, 312,
societies, not always the most prosperous, 314.
scarcely be saved, 212; recompensed in the earth, 212.
Sabbath, a wise institution, 315.
Sacrament, an original corruption of the Lord's Supper, 319, [See
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, 175, 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-
Second coming of Christ, 124=126.
death, 220, common opinion of, 223; means second destruc-
See God, an expression drawn from the custom of eastern kings,
Separation, between good and evil, 163.
Seven last plagues explained, 248, 249; poured out upon the earth,
Sheep and Goats, parable of, 124-130; fulfilled at the coming of
"Short and Easy Method with the Deists," 347-380.
Sin against the Holy Ghost, 97-101; in what it consists, 99; the
Sin of every description to be pardoned, 98.*
Sinning wilfully, what does it mean, 203.
Societies, formation of, 294; laws of Massachusetts concerning,
Sodom and Gomorrah, destruction of, 64; more tolerable than that
Sowing and reaping, a figure employed to represent connexion be-