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ISAIAH.
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Page
i. 6

viii. 13, 14

47, 55, 101
i. 19, 20
256 vil. 3

261
xiv. 27
262 ix. 12, 13

266
xxy. 8

258, 280 x. 23
XXX. 33

212 / x. 28 29, 36, 123, 131, 157, 178
xxxi. 9

38, 212 x. 32, 33
xxxu. 1
81 xii. 30

237
xxxiv. 9, 10
133, 158, 180 xii. 31, 32

171, 189
xlix. 8

81 xiii. 38—43 32, 38, 45, 114, 212
liii. 11
261 xv. 26, 27

209
Ivii. 1

34 xvi. 25, 26
lxv. 20

64, 77 | xvi. 27, 28 67, 81, 82, 126, 182, 190
Ixvi. 24 133, 153, 158, 179 xviii. 8

106, 144
xviii. 11

266
JEREMIAH.
xix. 28, 29

104

xxii. 29, 30 135, 168, 184, 277
vii. 20

158,180
xxiii. 14, 33

29, 35, 123
ix. 24

xxiv. 3

38, 100, 105, 114
xi. 4

xxiv. 4

50
xv. 10, 17

xxiv. 4–35

53, 84, 139
xvii. 27

xxiv. 36-41 90, 109, 138, 142, 147
xix. 6, 9

251
xxiii. 39, 40

XXV. 1—30 4 5, 101, 110, 140
lii. 3

xxv. 12, 31–46 50, 54, 103, 111,

140, 143, 230, 238
EZEKIEL
xiii. 22

55

MARK.
xviii. 31, 32
30, 37 viji. 36, 38. ix. 1

53, 55
XX. 47, 48
134, 158, 180 ix. 30

237
xxii. 18-22

38, 212 ix. 43–48

125, 133, 144, 179
xxxii. 11

30, 37 xü. 40
xxxvii. 12
• 186 xiii. 27

112
xiii. 32

149
DANIEL.
xiv. 21

89, 98
xii. 2, 3
65, 77, 86, 94, 185 xvi. 16

28, 34, 44, 52
JONAH.

LUKE.
ii. 10

254
i. 3, ii. 4
241 ix. 50

237
X. 15

212
MALACHI.
xi. 26

55, 175
ii. 17
46,55 xii. 4, 5

36
xii. 28

70
MATTHEW.

xili. 1--5

51, 63, 76
xili. 23

154, 173, 191, 196

36, 213 xii. 33
V. 29, 30
123. 132 | xiv. 24, 27

155, 156, 177
vii. 11
70 l xiv. 28-30

267

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Page
xvi. 194-31 198, 203, 223, 226 | i. 11, 12, 16 67, 80, 86, 94, 126,162
xvi. 30, 31
82 ill. 3, 4

256
XVII. 26-37
109, 142, 149 iv. 1

281
xviii. 30
105, 116 v. 1-10

74
xix. 41-44
187 V.2

280
XX. 34-36
168, 187, 277 | v. 6, 8, 10

61, 266
xxi. 20,32
81, 83 v. 20

257
Xxii. 29
81, 126 vi. 7

71
xxii. 27-30
* 187 viii. 14

282
XXi13. 34

267 | viii. 21. 93, 152, 184, 257, 274, 278
xi. 32

256
JOHN.
xi. 36

93

284
1.29

113
11. 3-5, 14-16
ii. 35

225, 262, 272
19. 42

264

1 CORINTHIANS.
V. 22
81, 126 i. 7

113
V. 24, vi. 47
34 X. 11

38, 114
V. 28, 29
166. 185 xi. 3

92,280
V. 4547

41, 63, 272
vi. 37

xv. 18

43, 52
viii. 39

xv. 22 56, 64, 77, 135, 165,183, 275
viii. 56

xv. 28 25, 151, 176, 185, 272, 277
ix. 32
113 xv. 35

135, 163
xii. 19

xv. 54, 55

280
xii. 32
XV, 2,6

2 COR INTHIANS,
Xy. 26

i. 18-20

256
xvi. 3
iv. 10

75
xvi.

v. 1

105, 115, 142
xvii. 9, 20, 21

v. 8—10

66,79, 169

56, 77, 135, 276
ACTS.

v. 18, 19

40, 62, 75, 274
i. 18, 25

88, 98 vi. 2
.40
196 xii. 4

130
1. 23

45, 55
W. 25

253

GALATIANS.
X 36
272

282
XV. 9

253, 254, 255
XV. 18
101

284
xvii. 5, 9
83, 233

80
kynu. 28
xvii. 31 67,81, 128, 126, 161, 182 EPHESIANS.
xxiy. 15 135, 166, 186, 279

i. 9-11

261
ii. 89
ROMANS.
iü. 9

113
142 iv. 9

130
25 liv 18

271

166, 1672829

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PHILIPPIANS.
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ü. 9-11

40, 62, 75, 272 vii. 28
ii. 27

97 ix. 26

38, 100, 114
üi. 18, 19

155, 175 ix. 27, 28 141, 150, 161, 182
ü. 21
176, 279 x. 22, 23

257, 284
X. 37, 38

47, 56
COLOSSIANS.
i. 16-18
39, 61, 271

JAMES.
1. 20 2 5, 39, 59, 72, 89, 269, 272 | i. 18

274
i. 21

274
i. 26

113
1 PETER.

116, 142
1 THESSALONIANS. ?: 4
ü, 14, 16

233, 240

2 PETER.
2 THESSALONIANS.
i. 6–10 68, 82, 99,117,197, 221, 233 lü.".

43, 52
1 TIMOTHY.

1 JOHN.
i. 15
266, 272 ï. 1, 2

266
ii. 4-6

ili. 8

197, 257
iv. 10

iv. 14

264
V 17

iv. 18

284

185, 273
2 TIMOTHY.
v. 9- 1

255
iv. 13
282 v. 19

266
TITUS.

JUDE.

45, 54
ü. 13

66, 79

122
HEBREWS.

65,78
i. 2
75, 85, 92, 93, 261, 280

REVELATION.
ii. 14
197, 257 v. 13

73, 76, 272
iv. 2, vi. 11

xiii. 8

156
vi. 13-18

254

119, 126, 156, 177
vii. 16, 24
116, 142, 143 \ xxi. 7, 8

36, 37, 126

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THEOLOGICAL DISCUSSION.

TO EZRA STILES ELY, STEPHEN H. TYNG. WILLIAM T. BRANTLEY, AND ALBERT BARNES, Clergymen of the City of Philadelphia.

Brethren-Of all subjects ever presented for the consideration of man, that which relates to our final destiny is unquestionably the most important. The concerns of time are not worthy to be compared with the affairs of eternity. A few more years, and the present generation will be numbered with those that have gone before us to the world of spirits. And no one who accredits the doctrine of “life and immortality" can be altogether insensi. ble to the importance of the question, What shall be the future condition of man?

You believe that a part or portion of the human race will be doomed to future endless punishment. You believe that this doctrine is revealed in the Bible, and that the Scriptures not only authorize but command you to proclaim it as the truth of heaven.

On the other hand, we expressly deny that said doctrine is true. We expressly deny that it is taught in the Bible, and hereby declare our solemn conviction, that you cannot prove the endless punishment of any part or portion of mankind. And we farther certify you, that we feel ourselves obligated to believe whatever doctrine can be fairly and clearly established by Scripture testimony.

With these views, and prompted solely by a desire to extend the knowledge and influence of Divine truth, we are induced respectfully to invite your attention to the following proposals :

Will you (or either of you) deliver a series of Lectures in our churches respectively, during this winter, in proof of the doctrine of future endless misery? Not more than two of said Lectures to be delivered each week-that is, one in

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