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And that in order to reconcile sinners to God XVII. XIX.
to the counsel of God and Christ, for the elect only XXI. XXII.
The Cross of Christ is the foundation of all Religion
The crucifixion of Christ ought to be devoutly contem-
plated, as full of mysteries, in which we have the deep-
est concern - - - .
of his clothes, were predicted and prefigured of old XXXVII.
All things, in short, happened to Christ, according to the
determinate counsel of God - - - XLVI.
It is not without a spiritual sympathy, that we should
meditate on these sufferings -
From the death of Christ, we learn to live and to die
On the Burial of Christ.
Very near the place of crucifixion
Jonah's great fish is not a Whale, but rather a Sea-dog
ation commonly received seems preferable to the learn-
ed refinements of eminent men - - XXVI.—XXIX.
days in the great fish -
That Christ descended into Hell, is nowhere expressly af-
cients may have understood, as what they ought to have
understood, by this expression
Not as if Christ descended locally, either into the place of
the damned, or into an imaginary Limbus XIV. XVII.
sorrows, which, previously to death, he sustained in his
soul, when united to the body . - XVIII.—XX.
He conducted himself, however, in every respect most ho-
lily, remaining altogether without sin
The two states of the Messiah, the one of Humiliation, the
other of Exaltation, ought to be distinctly considered 1.-10.
3. By the frequent appearances of Christ ..
Jewish people, or even to the rulers . . XXVII.
Nor does the truth suffer from several seeming contra-
dictions with regard to circumstances
3. Because the glory of the Father, and of the Son,