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PUBLISHED BY KHULL, BLACKIE & co.
AND CHALMERS & COLLINS, GLASGOW; A. FULLARTON & CO. AND
WAUGH & INNES, EDINBURGH; R. M. TIMS, DUBLIN; AND

W. B. WHITTAKER, LONDON.

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On Jesus Christ, CONCEIVED OF THE HOLY GHOST,

AND BORN OF THE VIRGIN MARY.

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Pages 1-35.

SECT. The incarnation of the Son of God was promised of old,

when he said that he should walk in the midst of his

people
Several preludes of it were exhibited to the ancient Church
Method to be observed in treating this mystery
The Son alone became incarnate
Reasons of that
The manner of the Incarnation explained
It consisted in the assumption of a human nature into the

individual unity of the Divine person
God is the principal cause of the Incarnation
It is particularly ascribed, however, to the Holy Spirit XV. XVI.
Zech. vi. 12, 19. explained
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VIII. XIII.

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XVII. XIX. XX.

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SECT. Mary must not be overlooked

XVIII. As to her pedigree, she was of the house of David With regard to her condition, she was a real Virgin Her virginity remaining unblemished, she became indeed the Mother of Christ

xxIII. The dangerous error of the Anabaptists, relative to the origin of Christ's human nature

XXIV. XXVII, The benefit resulting from our Lord's Incarnation Having become Man, he is our Mediator

XXIX. And is capable of fulfilling the law which was prescribed to man

XXX. XXXI. Which was enigmatically signified by the boring of the

XXXII. Again, he became one OF MANKIND, that he might be

XXXIIT. The meaning of this term explained

XXXIV. XXXVIII. He was born OF A VIRGIN, that he might be pure

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every blemish

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The purity of the birth of Christ, is part of his complete

righteousness, and directly opposed to our original sin

XL-XLII. Improvement of this article

XLIII. XLVI.

DISSERTATION XV.

On Christ's Suffering under Pontius Pilate.

Pages 36–61.

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For an exordium, Zech. iii. 9. is explained
.Heads to be treated in this Dissertation
Christ, God-man suffered, each nature contributing its

part.
The human nature suffering in body and soul
The Divine nature affording strength to the human
And imparting infinite value to his sufferings
Socinus in vain urges his cavils against this truth
Christ suffered the wrath of God
Which cannot fail sooner or later to burn against sin

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X, XII.

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