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TABLE OF MATTERS.

ALLÉGORICAL expositions in use before Christ's time

p. 19, 36, 46. Angel of the face, or presence of God, called the Redeemer, vide Dissert.

349. Apocryphal books among the Jews, cited and followed in the New Testament

12, 13, 14, 15. Apocryphal books in our Bibles, their antiquity

54, 55. Their freedom from corruption

58. Appearances

161, &c. Caballistical Divinity received by the Jews 144, 145, 306. Embased about Christ's time

291. Chaldee Paraphrases, their original 21, 22, 67, 68.

, And antiquity

78. Progress

22, 69, &c. Antiquity of those we have

68, 69, 70, 71. Their interpretations

76, 77, &c. Christ. See Messias. Divine Essence, its kind of unity

98, 215. Plurality of Persons in it

93, 94, 95, 96. Distinguished by the name Sephiroth

131. Prosopa

129, 132, 135, 138. Panim or faces, and Havioth or substance

138. And Madregoth, or degrees

131. Wisdom coming from the Infinite

136. And Understanding from the Infinite by Wisdom 136. Yet they are all one

- 137, 140. Elias a kind of second Moses

196. God, his name Eloah in the singular, used in Scripture 94.

His name Elohim in the plural joined with a singular 94. He speaks in the plural, and why

94, 95, 96. God understood by the Jews where only King is expressed

96. Why called God of Gods

98.

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His name Elohim signifies plurally

101, 129.
Greek learning discouraged among the Jews

24.
Jews' early provision against the Christian objections

259, 260.
Law, by whom given

280, 281.
Messias to be like Moses

18,
Spoken of by all the Prophets

25, 214.
By Isaiah, chap. liii.

26.
In Canticles

20, 26, 215.
Rules for interpreting prophecies concerning him 27, 28.
Messias expected, according to the Jews, ever since
Adam's time

33, 34.
To be united with the second number or Wisdom at

his coming

138,
The same with the Word

204, &c.
With the Shekinah

267, 268, &c.
To be a Prophet

211.
Messias is the Son of God

214, &c.
And Bridegroom of the Church

219, 228, 240.
The true Jehovah

223, &c. ,
His great dignity

230.
Messias is God according to the Gospels 241, 242, &c.
He is to be worshipped

232.
Messias a Shepherd

244, 253, 254.
Why Christ did not expressly assume the title of God

272.
Christ, or Messias, crucified for affirming himself to be
the Son of God

312.
Moses's education in Egyptian learning,

11.
Platonic philosophy out of credit in Philo's time 286, 289.

Occasioned the heresies in the Christian Church 290.
Plato's morality and not his divinity followed by the first
Christians

289, 290.
If Plato borrowed the notion of a Trinity from the Jews

291.

125.

Powers of God, what

98, 118, 119, 121.
They made the world

ib. 105.
Philo's notions of them, but not so clear
• They are said to be the same as Wisdom and Under-
standing by the Cabalists

130, 131.
Simon called himself the Power of God

108.
Those Powers called Prosopa

129.
Psalms, their titles by whom affixed

15.
Rules for interpreting them

16.
Pythagoras had many notions from the Hebrews 284,

265.

Scripture reading discouraged by the Jews after Christ's time

262. Misinterpreted by way of accommodation

444. By the modern Jews

315, and Talm. By the Socinians

333, 334, &c. Shekinah, the same with the Word

120, 218. And sometimes used for the Spirit

ib. 135. The several appearances of it to the patriarchs, and under the legal dispensation

133, 134, 230. Called Father

134. And Jehovah, to whom prayers of the Jews were directed

224, Its coming into the tabernacle

181. And temple

195. Leaving the temple

198. Its return

199. Its expected appearance in a visible manner in the age of

a the Messias

212, 221. Shekinah to be a priest

226. To be the same with the Messias

230, 267, &c. Shekinah called Rachel

263. A stone The finger of God

266. Simonians, some of their opinions

109, 110. Spirit made all things

82, 90, &c. Is a Person in Gen. i. 2.

114. An uncreated Being

131. And not air or wind

125. Called sometimes the Shekinah

120. But more commonly Bina or Understanding 134. Called by the Cabalists, Mother

1 34. And the Mouth of God, and the Spirit of Holiness, and the Sanctifier

140. Seven spirits, the Spirit of God

368, 370. Traditions, how many sorts

9, 10. Time of the authors of them

10. One kind useful to clear the text

16, 17. To understand the prophecies of the Messias 17. Used by the Apostles in the sense of texts quoted by them

254, 255. And Justin Martyr

256, 257, 258. Types, their ground

36. Oft used by the Apostles

37. Unity of Divine Essence according to the Jews 97, 216. Wisdom, made all things

82, 83, 130, 199. 98.

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Begot by God
To be united with the Messias

138. Word, or Abyos, whence so called

102. The use of it among the Jews

293. Made all things

82, 83, 102, 104. Man especially

106. After his image

104, 105, 106. Is an emanation from God

82. The same with an uncreated Angel 84, 85, 87, 156, 157,

163, 166, 172, 173. That acted in all the Divine appearances in the Old Testament

147. Objections against this answered 277, 278, 279. The Son of God

98, 147. A Person

156, 298. A true cause or agent

101, 102. A Divine Person

158, 159, 294, 300. Used by the Chaldee paraphrasts for Jehovah and Elo-s him

299, 301. In the text

120), And by the Targums, a word, a man

209. The same with the Shekinah

120, 218. And with Wisdom

130, 131, 132, 218. And Messias A Mediator

148. A Teacher

148. A Shepherd

ibid, and 221. The Sun of Righteousness

206. God swears by his Word

168. The Word prayed to

169, 170. The Word gave the Law

176, &c. And spoke from off the mercy-seat 181, 197, 198. Zohar, its author probably

143.

204, &c.

ERRATA.

Page 26. 1. 32. read the lxxiid Psalm.

91, 1. ult. read 2 Macc. xii. 22, 23.
86. 1. 1. read Heb. iv. 12.
270. 1. 7. from the bottom, read Heb. xii. 29.
357.1. 13. read Gen. xxviii. 20, 21,

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