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Messianic interpretation of Deut. 18: 154 progress in the science of astronomy,
196. Do. physiology, 196. Philosophy,
fined, 504. Miracles of knowledge, ing, comprehending, &c., 200. Strug-
fect of the Reformation, 204. Calvin,
Baums, jr, 645. Deut. 18:15--19 con-
tions of the passage, 647. Jewish in-
terpreters, 647. Original utterance of
the prophecy, 648. Refers to a particu-
lar person, 649. The phrase "like unto
thee,” 651. Resemblance between Mo-
ses and Christ, 652.
Proverbs, coincidence with Job, 181.
Proverbs, economical character of, 133.
Psalms, coincidence of certain, with Job,
Pulpit, the, Range of topics for, by Rev.
James Rowland, 721. Decreased influ.
ence of the pulpit, 721. Limits of pul-
ledge, 722. Variety in preaching prac-
tical subjects, 723. Improving provi.
On Evidences, 727. Ecclesiastical his.
tory, 728. Need of books, 730.
John 2: 4. Exposition of the narrative
unchangeableness of, 704.
revival of, after Jansenism,711.
Romanists, duty of Protestants to, 716.
Christianity, by Rev. William Adame, for the Pulpit, 720.
Rer. S. M. Schmucker, 141. Difficulty of Taste and Morals, the necessity of Esthetic
tial to the highest forms of virtue, 516.
Theology, Scholastic, of the Middle Ages,
255. Origin, 255. Characters, 256,
tory of, 380.
Voltaire, Life and Character of, bi Rer.
Sumuel M. Hopkins, 458. Brougham's
life of Voltaire, 459. Voluminousness
of his works, 460. Sceptical spirit of
his historical writings, 460. Specimens,
461. Theological works, 462. His
Dictionnaire, 464. Wrote anonymous.
ly, 466. Brougham's apologies for Vol-
taire's Infidelity, 469. His relations to
Madame de Chatelet, 471. Quarrel
with Madame de Graffigny, 473. His
interposition for the Calas family cun.
sidered, 476. Do. for D'Etallonde and
La Barre, 477. The Serven and Ab-
beville cases, 478. The closing scene,
480, His hatred of Christ, 481.
Wesley, Southey's life of, 571,
Witnesses, the, considered, 289.
Zumpt's Latin Grammar, noticed, 380.