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INDEX,

Baptism, Purification by water and

by fire, 197; Christ's mission, 330.
Being, Universal, 15, 63, 83.
Bifold Causation, 15, 17, 44, 344.
Bible, The, Sealed up with seven

seals, 33; as a text book for pseudo
scientific lecturers, 41; Dr. Chan-
ning on, 72; Dr. Cumming on dif-

ficulties in, 201.
Bottomless Pit, The, Hieroglyphic

picture of, 345.
Browne, Sir Thomas, Religio Medici,

308, 333, 335, 337.
Bunsen, The late Baron, The idolatry.

of self-worship, 10, 305;
Spinoza's philosophy. 60; Self-

on

A.
Adam, Significance of the name, 36,

351.
Adam and Eve, Fall of, in Paradise,

35; Symbol of divine union in the
Cosmos, 37,44; Kabbalistic account
of, 284, 338; The final witnesses, or

martyrs for divine truth, 292.
Agassiz Professor, On material exist-

ence of species, 341.
Angels, Messengers of Deity, 48; Fall

of the first on earth, 51, 85, 247;
Revelation of Deity, in the person-
ality of, 30, 35, 61, 63, 109, 187, 203;
Jewish tradition respecting, 276,

280, 284.
Atheism, Pleading of modern, 77;

Not an absolute negation of Deity,
92; Ascribed in error to Sakya,

260.
Asiatic Mystery, The, 246, 250, 253.
Attributes of Deity, Infinite, Problem

in logical probabillties, 63; as re-
vealed to Moses, 188; Dr. Cum-
ming's definition, 206, 218; The

self-sacrificer, 189, 303, 353,
Apocalypse, The, Hieroglyphic por-

trait of Satan, 11; Cavalry in
death's army, 117; Declaration of
Jesus to John respecting his mis-

sion, 203, 293.
Argus, The Melbourne, Australian

newspaper, 118, 128.

destruction, 189.
Buckle, T. H., History of Civiliza-

tion, &c.,94; Human consciousness,

104,
Buchanan, President, On American

demagogism, 143.

C.
Clarke, Dr. Adam, On the serpent

riddle, 45.
Carlyle, Thomas, On the fabricating

theory of creation, 27.
Channing, Dr., On Sacerdotal des-

potism, 5; Biblical difficulties, 72;
Definition of religion, 85; Profess-
ing Christians, 116; Reckless insol-
vency in America, 141; On im-

mortality, 176.
Causation, Bifold character of, 18;

Universal existence, 63, 83; Cos-
mology of ancient Jewish rabbins,

277.
Cherbourg, The wooden horse to

capture modern Troy, 237.

B.
Babel Tower of, An edifice con-

structed of books, 38, 47; Ecclesi-

astes, on, 50.
Blackstone, Judge, Thomas Hood's

portrait of, in his wig, 151.

gions, 213; The resurrection, 216,
221, 227; Attributes of Deity, 218;
Sits in judgment upon Deity, 220;
Commentary on the Pauline Epis-
tles, 223, 226; Office of Jesus of
Nazareth, 224 ; Zechariah's predic-
tion, 229; Vaticination respecting
· England's destiny, 232.

Creation, Cosmical generation, 15, 26,

344 ; Six days of, 44.
Christ, First revelation in Adam on

earth, 36; not confined to Jesus,
74; Revelation of, in Moses, 188;
Final advent, 231; Rev. C. H.
Spurgeon, on the character and
office of, 288; Jacob's prediction,
292; Declaration of the ancient

Hebrew seers, 293, 295.
Christmas, Rev. H., Lectures on

science and revealed religion, 39.
Civilization, Antediluvian, 12; Mr.

Buckle's history, 94: In Australia,

124; In China, 251.
China, an enigma for historic students,

246; Abbe Huc's travels, 249;
Social anomalies, 251; Emperor's
titles, 253; Buddhism, 255; Em-

peror's prayer to Deity, 266.
Combe, George, Definition of the

word law, 112.
Cosmism, Contest with sacerdotalism,

8, 14, 339; Hypothesis of Creation,
28, 344 ; Relative power of human
volition, 113; Theory of Regenera-
tion, 225 , Jewish Kabbalistic ideas,

277, 278, 284.
Coming Man, The, As an iconoclast,

85; Dr. Cumming on the date of
his appearance, 231; Isaiah on his

advent, 300.
Conditioned Existence, 10, 15, 19, 97 ;

Reparation of breaches of, 189.
Conjugal Union, Of two uncondi-

tioned entities in the Cosmos, 15,

344.
Consciousness Human, Sir W. Ham-

ilton on, 103 : Perverted, 104; Dr.

Moore on, 106 ; Sakya on, 262.
Chronology, erroneously ascribed to

Moses, 54.
Curse, On the fallen angels and their

seducer, 52.
Cumming Rev. Dr., The great tribu-

lation coming, 199, On biblical
difficulties, 201; The trinity, 202 ;
Original sin, 205; Miracles, 207;
The spirit of Hebrew poetry, 210;
Orthodox and conscientious eli-

D.
Day of Judgment, Dean Swift's

satire, 347; Hebrew seers on, 348;
An eternal now, 351; Hierogly-

phic picture of, 356.
Death Eternal, 69, 75. 78, 346, 354;

Dr. Cumming on, 217, 220; Jesus

Christ's declaration, 329.
Defender of the Faith, A Buddhis

title, 159.
Deity, Paternity veiled in material

processes, 15, 29; The Great self-

sacrificer, 10, 189, 303, 353.
Development Hypothesis, 57; Vesti-

ges of Creation, 340.
Digby Sir Kenelm, On man's immor-

tality, 333.
Drummond, Rev. R. B., Reply to Mr.

Buckle on free will, 99.
Dual Causation, 15, 25, 65, 344.

E.
Edwards, Jonathan, Essay on free

will, 90.
Ephraim, The descendants of, Hebrew

seers prediction respecting the fall
of their commereial empire, 233,
236, 241, 243; Patriarch Jacob's
legacy, 292; The final Messiah,

295.
Election to Life Eternal, Claim

urged by the ancient Jews, 3, 48,

74, 275, 285.
Emerson, R. W., Definition of prayer

to Deity, 10.
Ecclesiastes, the Book of, Ascribed

to King Solomon, 47; On the tree
of life in paradise, 49; On man's
cosmical condition, 66, 280 ;
On freedom of human volition,
212.

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Execution of Criminals, 118; Aboli-

tion of capital punishment, 320.
Edersheim, Dr., History of the Jews,

271.
Ezekiel, The Prophet, On Tyre of

Ephraim's descendants, 235 ; resur-
rection in the valley of dry bones

294,
Evil, Sacerdotal postulate of a Mani-

chean war, 14; Forbidden fruit,
35, 49, 51; Dr. Channing on, 177,
178; Bible doctrine, 179; Pain in
cosmical gestation, 181; Job on the
problem of, 190. 192; Dr. Cum-
ming on original sin, 205; Fountain
of original sin, 154; Oriental sym-
bol, 258; Jewish Kabbalah on,
276, 279, 282, 284 ; Sacerdotal
atonement, 314, 326; Jesus of
Nazareth on the fountain of, 325,

327.
Education, National, Denominational

obstacles, 122, 124.
Egypt, The Marvels of, A riddle in-

terpreted, 237.

G.
Gestation, Cosmical process of growth

and development, 15, 342.
Geology, Creation in Genesis, 37; Pro-

fessor B. Powell on its evidence, 57.
Great Britain, Characteristics of, in

1848, 174; Modern Tyre, 232; The
commereial empire of Ephraim's
descendants, 234, 236, 243; Vision

of Nahum the Elkoshite, 241.
Guy, Dr., On statistical returns, 113.

F.
Faith, Caricatured in modern creeds,

9, 308; Jesus Christ's definition,
303, 305; Mr. G. J. Holyoake on
current theologies, 302; An educa-

tional process, 309.
Faraday, Professor, On the forces of

matter, 34; Gravitation, 184,
Free Will, Jeremiah on, 71 : Apostle

Peter, 78; Human cerebration, 82,
83; Professor Newman, 86; Jona-
than Edward's Essay, 89; Rev. R.
B. Drummond, 100; Statistical re-
turns, 114; Chaos in social life,

116; Ecclesiastes on, 212.
Feudal Institutions, 147, 174.
Fetichism, In sacerdotal systems, 8,

H.
Hamilton, Sir W., On human know-

ledge conditioned, 60, 83; Logic,
62; On human consciousness, 103,

107.
Heaven, Change in condition of exist-

ence, 79.
Herald, Melbourne, Australian News-

paper, 124.
Hell, The grave or bottomless pit,

69, 346; Job on, 71; Sacerdotal
perversion of scripture, 75, 79; The
Apostle Paul on, 77; Peter and
Jude on, 78; Bible doctrine, 80;

Kabbalistic theory, 279.
Hieroglyphic Pictures, Apocalyptic

portrait of Satan, 11; Death's
dragoons, 117 ; British state church,
152; The bottomless pit, 346;

Judgment day, 356.
Holyoake, G. J, On atheism as a

logical system, 86; Trial of Theism,

92; Christ's faith, 302.
Hogarth, W., Satirical sketch, 117.
Huc, Abbe, Travels in China, 249 ;

on Laotze, 262; Buddhist prayers,
264; On atheism, 265; Chinese
scepticism, 268.

162.

Female Element, Hypothesis of its

superiority in the cosmos, 25;

Kabbalah on, 279,
Fish, Simon, Pamphlet from Gray's

Inn, 171,
Fætal Life, Man's condition in the

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Images, In European churches, 164.
Isaiah, Or the Bible as sealed up, 33;

Man's condition, 71, 80; On prayer
to Deity, 89; Ruin of modern Tyre,

233; The Messiah, 293, 300.
Intemperance, The drink demon, 132.
Infinite, The, Transcends human

cognition, 59; Relatively known,
63: Self-sacrifice of Deity, 303,

353.
Idolatry, Hebrew prophets on, 9; In

European theism, 160, 166.
Immortality, Must rest on a material

basis, 21, 33, 197, 319; Isaac Taylor
on, 32; The ladder of, 44; Dr
Morell on, 65; Ecclesiastes, 67;
Hebrew psalms on, 69; A free gift
not a reward, 75, 353; Apostle
Paul, 78, 226 ; Change in condition
of existence, 79; The prerogative of
Deity, 81; Dr. Channing on, 176;
Kabbalistic theory, 282; Sir K.

Digby's proof, 333.
Intuitive Conviction, Hypothesis of,

110; Professor Baden Powell on,
111.

Jeremiah, On the freedom of human

volition, 71; The fall of modern
Babylon or Tyre, 235; The Messiah,

300; Sacerdotalism, 314.
Jewish Theologians, Ancient, Bigotry

and ignorance of, 3, 332; Lynch
law of, 6; Hypocrisy and arro-
gance, 77; The Kabbalah, 273,
337; The Hagada and Halacha,
275; Dr. Hillel and Shammai, 276 ;
The Sepher Jezirah and Sohar
277; Talmud, 285; Self-deception,

317, 332.
Job, On man's destiny, 71 ; The pro-

blem of evil, 190, 193; A predic-
tive as well as an historical narra-
tive, 297.

K.
Kabbalah, The, 273, 277.
Kings, British, James I, his royal

Bible and Prayer Book, 154; Henry
VIII and his toadies, 148; Simon

Fisk's pamphlet, 173.
King of kings and Lord of lords,

An ancient royal title, 250.

L.
Law, Rev. R. B. Drummond on cos-

mical phenomena, 102; George
Combe's definition, 112; Sacerdo-
tal theory, 208, 276; Sinaitic code,

323,
Laotze, Ancient Chinese philoso-

pher, M. Abel Remusat on, 262.
Low Literature, Death's pale horsed

dragoons, 123,
Lucifer, The symbol of man, 48.

J.
Jackson, J. W., Cosmical debate on

creation, 23,
Jesus of Nazareth, Persecuted by

Jewish clergy, 1,6; On Jewish claims
to election of immortality, 48, 74,
287 ; Significance of resurrection,
65, 73; Debate with Nicodemus,
73; Not the sole revelation of
Christ in man, 74; The testimony
of John, 75; Subject to eternal law,
87; Significance of his trial and
martyrdom, 88, 314; The Roman
centurion's witness, 112 ; Dr. Cum-
ming on, 224; His form of prayer,
265; Revelation to John, 293 ; The
Spurgeonic gospel, 288; G. J.
Holyoake on his faith, 302; Jesus'
definition of faith, 303, 305 ; Para-
bles, 316, 318; Contrasted with
Moses, 325, 330 ; The advent of the
final Son of Ma 1, 354.

M.
Maine Liquor Law, Illustrated, 134.
Mackay, Dr. Charles, On the power

of the press, 117.
Manichean War, Sacerdotal postulate

of, 14, 274, 284.
Man, A foetal growth, 24, 82; Eccle-

siastes on condition of, 66; Psalms
on, 70; Job on destiny of, 71;
Jesus of Nazareth on, 73 ; self-con-
sciousness, 106; Dr. Sharpe on the
constitution of, 311 ; Oriental tradi-
tion, 339.

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Nahum, Vision of the fall of modern

Nineveh, 241.
Newman, Professor, On the basis of

religion, 86.
Necessarian Philosophy, Atheism a

logical system, 86; Occasional
Essays by G. T., 92; Not negative

of true morality, 195.
Nicodemus, The Rabbi, Debate with

Jesus Christ, 73.
Nicene Church, The, Rev. J. White

on, 170.

Novels, Theological, 40.

Matter, An unconditioned existence,

16; Not separable from force, 19,
21, 34, 312; Human cognition of,
83, Dr. Channing on, 180; Inces-
sant mutation, 186; Professor
Faraday on the force of, 34; Dr.
Cumming's theory, 216, 224; Kab-

balistic speculations, 279, 282.
Mahomet, Not the predicted incarna-

tion of false prophecy, 200.
Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth, 2;

Zechariah's prediction, 229; The
final advent, 231; Joseph's dreams
and Jacob's legacy, 292; Predic-
tion of Hebrew seers, 292, 295;
Ephraim's inheritance, 292, 294,
296; Witness of Job, 297 ; The

prodigal son, 298, 299.
Miracles, Use and influence of, 129;

Dr. Cumming on, 207.
Mind, The Human, not an absolute

entity per se, 22, 103, 110; The fall
of Babylon, 66; Hebrew psalms
on, 69; Job on, 71; Jesus of Naza-
reth on, 73; Isaiah on, 80; Reflex
action of Cosmical vibration, 82;
Isaac Taylor on inscrutability, 91;
Dr. Moore on insanity, 106; Sir W.
Hamilton on its evidence, 107;
Ecclesiastes on, 212 ; Homeopathic
diagnosis, 311; Genesis on, 313;
Jesus Christ on the fountain of evil,

327
Moses, Revelation of Deity in, as

his Christ, 188; Jewish rabbins
on, 273; Mission to the Israelites

in Egypt, 321, 324.
Mosaic Law, Abrogated by Jesus of

Nazareth, 4, 319; No part of the

eternal word of life, 323.
Morell, Dr., On immaterialism, 65.
Moore, Dr., On morbid consciousness,

106.
Muscular Christianity, In settling

disputes, 104; Dr. Cumming on
physical omnipotence, 207.

P.
Paul, The Apostle, On man's destiny

and resurrection, 223, 226.
Paternity Divine, Veiled in material

formative processes, 15.
Prayer to Deity, Emerson's theory,

10: Isaiah's prophecy, 89; Abbe
Huc on Buddhism, 264; The Lord's
prayer, 265; Petition of the Chinese
Emperor, 266; Masses for the dead,

268.
Psalms, The Hebrew, Man's destiny,

On the Messiah, 293, 296, 299.
Plato, A disciple of Laotze rather

than of Socrates, 263.
Predestination, Jonathan Edwards

on, 90; Necessarian philosophy,

69;

93.

Personality, Material, Begotten of

two unconditioned entities, 34;
Jewish tradition, 277, 283; Neces-

sary for immortality, 319.
Peter, The Apostle, On eternal pun-

ishment, 78.
Philo, System of theology, 274.
Probabilities, Logical, Locke on,

61; Infinite attributes of Deity,

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N.
Napoleon III, The Emperor, The

marvels of Egypt at Cherbourg, 237.

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