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Brett-Dr.-his Divine right of Episcopacy-quoted, 169.
Cain's—sacrifice—why rejected-36, 37.
quoted as favourable to Episcopacy, 330.
for what purpose these lectures were publish.
his opinion of church government, 107.
-- and of the difficulty of ascertaining the form
- - his severity against priestly pride, 134.
- his lectures said to be prepared by himself for
his Dissertation on Miracles quoted, 136.
- his account of the plan and purpose of his
- his misrepresentation of the Church of Eng-
his reference to the test as a coarse imple-
- his opinion respecting the terms of the gospel
- his account of Philip the deacon, 156.
his popular claim receives no countenance
- his account of the office of evangelists, 188.
his description of the apostolic character,
his account of the angels of the seven churches,
Campbell-Dr.-his misrepresentation of Clemens Romanus,
his objections to the epistles of Ignatius,
- his description of parochial Episcopacy, 240.
- his account of church unity, 257. 259.
- his parochial Episcopacy incompatible with
- his opinion with respect to the power of or-
- his misrepresentation of Hilary the deacon,
- his account of Jerom's Alexandrian custom,
- his opinion respecting the rise of Episcopal
- his distinction between parochial and diocesan
his reflection on the Scotch Episcopalians,
- his opinion of ordination, as an appointment
- his attack on the orders of the Scotch Epis-
- he allows the nonjurors to have a sort of pref-
his argumentum ad hominem retorted on him-
— his character and disposition, 448.
- his account of Gibbon's Hiflory, &c. 452.
Chalcedon-general council—the purpose for which it was
-- the accomplishment of God's eternal purpose, 29.
mistakes with regard to it, 7. 21. 140. ..
– particular persons set apart for its service, 118.
- unity of it, 455. 459.
- his allufion to the Jewish, in describing the
qunted in favour of Epifcopacy, 239.
- his argument against it-dangerous to Chrif-
- - vindicated by Mr. Daubeny, 485.
- its importance duly enforced by the Church of
Essay on it by Mr. Jones, 505.
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Congregation used instead of church, 169.
- not supported by St. Paul, 147.
- describes admirably the unity of the Episcopate, 261.
supports the authority of bishops, 279–285.
Daubeny–Rev. Charles-his jutt account of sacrifice, 59.
-- his Guide to the Church quoted, 129
- his Preliminary Discourse quoted, 242.
– the Appendix of his Guide to the Church quoted, 299.
his Eight Discourses quoted, 417.
-- his opinion of such nonjurors as Dodwell and Hickes, Leslie and Law, 419.
his defence of the Scotch communion office, 486. Deacons set thirdly in the church, 126. Diocesan Episcopacy of Scotland, 395. Disciples--seventy-how employed, 121. Divine right-claimed by prelbyterians as well as Episcopali.
ans, 177. Divisions among Christians—hurtful to Christianity, 6.491. Dodwell unfairly attacked by Dr. Campbell, 407, 414. 431. Dodwellians an epithet used by Anderson and Dr. Campbell,
Economy of grace-not to be altered, 15.
Ellis Dr.his Knowledge of Divine Things, &c. recommend-
her ordination offices quoted, 379.
her constitution well defended, 470.
her jurisdiction confined to the provinces
- followed by DE. Campbell, 243,
primitive-how described by Dr. Campbell, 305.
the only form of church government for 1500
- necessary to ecclefiaftical unity, 468.
abolished by the parliament of Scotland in 1689,
government of the church of Scotland agreeable to
no reason to believe, that it has failed,
- how carried on in England, 348.
how continued in Scotland, 353.