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Infidels indebted to revelation, vi. 224
Infirmities, the distinction between, and sins, iv. 383

Infirmity, what, iv. 388, 389
Initial salvation, what, iii. 207
Inspiration, the doctrine of, asserted, iv. 518, 527–

attested by Pagans, iv. 520, 522
Irenæus, maintained free-will, iii. 316—327
Irenæus, cited, vi. 400, 401
Irony, its use in religion, i. 520, 521 — should be

used with caution, i. 528, 529-defensible from

scripture examples, note, ii. 89
Isaiah, the prophet, prophesies of Christ, vii. 36, 40,

51–53, 56, 57
Jacob, his wrestling improved, iv. 574-how God

loved him and hated Esau, iii. 147, 148-prophesies

of Christ, vii. 26–28
Jansenius attempted to restore Augustine's doctrine

of grace, iii. 443
Javanne, a remarkable anecdote of, iv. 524
James, St. maintains the divinity of Christ, vii. 80, 162
Jehovah, a name given to Christ, vi. 381-385-Shal-

lum, proved to be Christ, vii. 21-23—Envoy, proved

to be Christ, vii. 19_22
Jehoshaphat, what the name imports, vii. 41
Jeremiah, the prophet, prophesies of Christ, vii. 56
Jerom, St. asserted free-will, iii. 319_what he says

of the writings of St. John, vii. 184
Job, prophesies of Christ, vii. 35
Joel, the prophet, prophesies of Christ, vii. 41, 42
John, St. establishes the doctrine of our Lord's su-

preme Godhead, vi. 353,362 ; vii. 84–93, 168–
172, 175—178, 179, 202—the Gospel of, why and at
what time written, vii. 184—the Epistles of, over-

throw Socinianism, vii. 168-177
Joy, luminous, why God withholds it, v. 403
Judas, Chrysostom's opinion of, note, iii. 318-a true

convert, when first called, ii. 29–32; ii, 123-125
prayed for by Christ, ii. 203—judicially reprobated,
iii. 528—how the scriptures were fulfilled in his per-

dition, iii. 121-122—his wickedness not necessary

to bring about the crucifixion of Christ, iii. 123
Jude, St. contends for the divinity of Christ, vii. 80–

83, 177, 178
Judge, Christ, the universal, vi. 420_433
Judgment, day of, incompatible with absolute predes-

tination, iv. 137–154
Julian, the Emperor, the iniquitous conduct of, vi.

506, 507
Justice, impartial, the doctrines of, iii. 516—of God,

wherein it consists, iv, 104, 105—how displayed in

the sufferings of fallen angels and men, iv. 121
Justin's Epistle to Diognetas cited, vi. 398399

Apology, referred to, note, vii.17-opinion on the di..

vinity of Christ, vii. 17, 18
Justification, Mr. Wesley's sentiments on, i. 258, 259

conditions of, i, 259–264—of a sinner, and by faith,
what, iii. 493—496—by works in the day of judg..
ment, i. 320-323—shewn to be a scriptural doc-
trine, i. 541-550 ; ii. 75–86 ; ii. 232, 233—10t
merely before man, but before God, ii, 216–225–
proved from the articles, &c. of the church, i. 552 --
561_maintained by many Puritan divines, i. 565_
572-admitted by Mr. Rowland Hill, ii. 84, 85-
consistent with justification by grace in the day of
conversion, ii. 116—does not rob Christ of his glory,
ii. 119-125two-fold, by the concessions of Dr.
Owen and R. Hill, Esq., ii. 198—202—its primary
and secondary causes, ii. 329, 330—different degrees
of, i. 464-466_four-fold, maintained in scripture,
ii. 93-96—absolute, eternal, the absurdity of, i. 501,
502—the difference between that in our conversion

and at the day of judgment, i. 546—550
Justified and sanctified state, talking of, tends to mis-

lead, i, 295–301

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Kempis, a saying of, v. 455, 456
Ket, the pretended reformer, account of, v. 46
Kingdom of God, the happiness of those who enjoy it,

i. 204—207—cometh not with outward pomp, v, 474

-of heaven suffereth violence, how, iv. 573—576
King, a title given to Christ, vi. 487
King, Archbishop, quoted, iii. 286
Knowledge, of God, what, vi. 297—299-experimental,

possessed by every believer, v. 500-of our fallen

state, advantage of, i. 156–160
Koran, what it declares concerning Jesus Christ, iv,

507, 508
Kuria, what, vii. 176

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Labour, man devoted to, in consequence of sin, i.

Lactantius contended for the doctrine of free-will, ïïi.

317-testifies the efficacy of gospel doctrine, vi. 290

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Latimer, Bishop, a remarkable saying of, ii. 202
“ Last times," a remark on, iv. 533
Laud, Archbishop, leaned towards Pelagianism, iii.444
Law of God, its spirituality, i. 130—133- the truths it

discovers to such as consider it, vi. 93, 94-should
be held in high estimation by all, i. 366, 367-ne-

cessary as a rule of life and judgment, ii. 191, 192
Law, in what sense St. Paul was dead to it, i. 367,

368-moral, not abolished by Christ, i. 368—371–
of Christ, made void by Calvinism, ii. 219-225—the
Mediator's, not to be confouuded with that of indo-
cence, ii. 183,184—of liberty, why so called, ii. 236,
237--the design of, ii. 354—how “not made for a
righteous man,” iii. 55—moral, of Moses, an edition
of the law of Christ, and vot of the law of innocence,
iii. 57---67—the different acceptations of that word,
iii. 64-66~moral, how the way to eternal life, iii.
74-80---Adamic, believers not perfect according to
it, iv. 201—203—to Christ, how believers under the

iv. 203, 204
Legality, from what derived, note, i. 365
Leighton, Archbishop, referred to, i. 374
Letter, circular, Mr. Shirley's, i. 217, 218

LETTERS, First Series, Vol. V.-To Mr. Henry Brooke,

434, 473, 478—to Miss Bryan, 428—to Miss Mary
Cartwright, 441–To the Rev. Dr. Conyers, 455mto
Mrs. Dolier, 472-to Mr. John Fennel, 476—to the
right honourable Lady Mary Fitzgerald, 454, 464,
467, 469, 477, 481-to Mrs. Glynve, 395—to Mr.
Greenwood, 449—to Mrs. Greenwood, 475-to
Messrs. Hare, &c. 444—to Mr. Samuel Hatton, 388
-to Mrs. Hatton, 426—to Miss Hatton, 391, 392,
398, 399, 402, 403, 404, 410, 411, 413, 418, 420,
421, 422, 423—to the Rev. Melville Horne, 479—
to James Ireland, Esq. 427, 429, 430, 431, 438, 439,
443, 450-to Miss Ireland, 414—to Mr. Alexander
Mather, 409—to Mr. George Merryweather, 4824
to Mr. Michael Unions, 459, 463—to Mr. John
Owen, 461-to the Parishioners of Madeley, 370,
372, 374-to the Rev. Vincent Perronet, 447—to
Miss Perronet, 447,451,466to the Rev. Mr. Sellon,
432o Miss Thornton, 452—to Mr. Vaughan, 436
to Mr. William Wase, 445, 457, 460, 462-to the
Rev. Charles Wesley, 375, 377, 378, 380, 383, 384,
385, 387, 390, 396-to Mr. Thomas York, 4560

the Hon Mrs. 381-to Mr. - 433
LETTERS, Second Series, Vol. VII.-To the Rev. Jo-

seph Benson, 405—to the Hon. Mrs. C., 423—to the
Rev. Mr. Greaves, 412-to Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood,
408, 409—to Miss Hatton, 387—420—to Lady Hun-
tingdon, 394 to James Ireland, Esq: 397, 398, 403,
406—to Miss Ireland, 390—to Miss Loxdale, 415,
416mto the Rev. Vincent Perronet, 419~-to Mr.
Charles Perronet, 402-to the Societies in and about
Madeley, 414-to Miss Thornton, 416onto the
Rev. John Wesley, 385, 418-to the Rev. Charles

Wesley, 400, 404
LETTERS, Third Series, Vol. VII.-To Mr. and Mrs.

Greenwood, 436mto the Rev. Vincent Perronet, 434,
437, 438, 440, 450, 458, 460, 461-to Mr. William
Perronet, 427, 428, 432, 435, 441, 442, 443, 444,
445, 446, 447, 448, 451, 452, 453, 454, 455, 456_
to Miss Thoruton, 436

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Levellers, why so called, v. 54, 55
Levelling system, Dr. Price's, dangerous, exposed, v.

Levity, the evil of, iv. 553
Liberty,Mr.Locke's definition of, iii. 292, 293—wherein

it consists, iii. 296, 297-active, and of the children
of God, what, iii. 299–300—different degrees, in
different orders of creatures, iii. 301—the imperfec-
tion of ours, iii. 304—of God, how exercised, iii. 309
of the devil, what, iii. 309, 310_of those who
serve God in newness of the Spirit, iv. 276–278–
British, the excellence of, v. 64, 65_remarks on, v.
130–134—Dr. Price's and Mr. Evans's exposed, v.

156—158 ; 162, 163
Liberality of sentiment, expressed, v. 409
Life, spiritual, different degrees of, i. 461, 462_eter-

nal, how helievers have it, ii. 43-45
Lindsey, Mr, mentioned, vi. 320
Liturgy of the Church of England, Homilies."
Logos, a name given to Christ, vi. 473, 474—the im-

port of the word, vi. 357, 473, 474-what Philo says
of the, vi. 444–The, was known to our first pa.
rents, vii. 12-14-how he appeared to the patri-

archs, vii, 14-16
Lopez, Gregory, his brevity in speaking and writing, v.

391, 392
Lot, why elected, and his wife reprobated, iii. 522, 523
Love, an effectual antidote against Antinomianism,

i. 529_excites faithful ministers to perform their
duty, v. 581–583—of the author of the Checks to-
wards his opponeuts, ii. 169—of God to man to be
imitated by believers, iii. 154-156_thoughts on,
v. 466, 467—its great importance, iv. 483—is truly
humble and modest, ir. 483-489-becomes all
things to all men, iv. 485—is satisfied with the Su-
preme Good, iv. 486_“rejoiceth in the truth, iv.
489,490—brotherly, recommended, v.373-the great
importance of, v. 440
Lorenzo, the character of, iii. 3

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