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Chapter I.- Bible Doctrine of Hell.
Section I.- All the passages in the Old Testament in which the original
word Sheol occurs, and is rendered Hell in the common English
All the passages in the Old Testament where the Hebrew
word Sheol occurs, and is rendered Grave in the common English
Section III. — All the passages in the Old Testament wherein the
Hebrew word Sheol occurs, and is rendered Pit in the common
Section IV. - All the passages in the New Testament where the Greek
word Hades occurs, and is rendered Hell and Grave in the common
Section V. All the passages in the New Testament wherein the word
Gehenna occurs, in all of which it is rendered Hell in the common
Chapter II.- Bible Doctrine concerning the Devil.
Section I. All the passages in the Old Testament where the original
word Shaitan or Satan occurs, in whatever way rendered in the com-
-All the passages in the Old Testament where the word
All the passages in the New Testament where the word
All the passages in the Bible in which the terms Satan and
Devil are used to signify the same thing.
Section V. All the passages in the New Testament where the Greek
word Diabolos occurs, in whatever way rendered in the common
Bection VI. Statement of facts, showing that the terms Shaitan, Satan,
Devils, and Diabolos, were not used by the Scripture writers to sig-
nify a Fallen Angel, or personal being called the Devil.
Section VI.-The only passage in the Bible wherein allusion is made
to Tartarus, rendered Hell in the common English version.
Section VII.- -Statement of facts, showing that the Scripture writers did
not use the words Sheol, Hades, Tartarus, and Gehenna, to signify a
Chapter III.—Bible Doctrine concerning Demons.
All the passages in the Old Testament wherein reference is
All the passages in the New Testament wherein allusion is
Remarks and observations on Demons, and facts stated,
showing that the Demons mentioned in the New Testament were not
-Threatenings to the disobedient.
- Instances of Divine punishment inflicted in this life.
Chapter V. On the Scripture usage and meaning of the words Eternity, End-
less, Eternal, Everlasting, Never, Forever, and Forever and Ever.
Section I.Facts stated in relation to the Scripture usage of these
Passages from the Bible in which these words are evidently
Examination of all the passages in the Bible where these
words are applied to punishment.
.-Statement of facts, showing that the fact of the application
of these words to punishment is no proof of the doctrine of endless
Chapter VI. Bible Doctrine of Judgment.
Section I.-Those passages of Scripture which show the manner of, the
Section II. Passages from the New Testament which speak of judg-
Chapter VII.- On the Second Coming of Christ.
Section I. All the passages in the New Testament which speak of the
Section II.-Those passages which are supposed to refer to Christ's final
coming, at the resurrection of the dead.
Section III. On the Greek terms Krino, Krisis, Krima, their different
Section IV. -Statement of facts in relation to the Bible doctrine of
judgment, and an examination of those passages of Scripture which
by some are supposed to teach the doctrine of a future general judg-
All the passages in the Bible, wherein this phrase occurs. .
Chapter VIII. - On the Scripture usage of the phrases That Day, Last Day,
Last Days, Last Time, Last Times, Great Day, Day of Wrath, Day of
Section I.Passages from the Old and New Testaments wherein these
Section II. General remarks on these phrases.
Chapter X.-On the Scripture usage of the word Fire, and the phrases Ever-
Section I.-Those passages where the word Fire, and these phrases occur. 238
Section II. Brief remarks on the Scripture usage of the word Fire, and
Chapter XI.-On the Worm that dieth not.
Section I. All the passages in the Bible where the expression, Their
Scripture usage of the phrase Furnace of Fire.
Section I.—Those passages where the word Furnace and the phrase Fur-
Section I. All the passages in the Bible where these phrases occur.. 255
Section II.- Remarks on these phrases.
- On the Scripture usage of the phrases Lake of Fire, Lake of
Chapter XIV. - On the phrases, Stand before the Lord, Stand before God,
Appear before God, and Presence of the Lord.
Section I. Passages wherein these phrases occur.
Section II. - Remarks on the Scripture usage and meaning of the
- Remarks on the phrases Eternal and Everlasting Life.
Chapter XV. - On the phrases Kingdom of God, Kingdom of heaven, A King-
Section I. All the passages in the Bible wherein the phrase Kingdom
All the passages in the Bible wherein the phrase Kingdom
Section III. Those passages in the Bible wherein the phrases The King-
dom, A Kingdom, Everlasting Kingdom, &c., occur.
Section IV.- Remarks on all these phrases.
Chapter XVI.-On the phrases Eternal Life and Everlasting Life.
Section II. -All the passages in the Bible in which the phrase Everlast-
Chapter XVII. — Bible Doctrine of Salvation and Damnation.
Section I. All the passages in the New Testament wherein the words
Save, Saved, and Salvation occur, and which have reference to Gospel
Section II. -Those passages in the New Testament where the words
Damnation, Damned, Condemnation, Condemned, &c., occur.
Section III. Remarks on the Bible doctrine of salvation and damnation. 288
Chapter XVIII. - On the case of Judas.
Section I. All the passages in the Bible wherein allusion is made to
Section II. Closing remarks, and a statement of facts concerning
Chapter XIX.- On the Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost
Section I. -All the passages in the Bible where the blasphemy against
A brief Statement of the principal Arguments in favor of Uni-
versalism; also, Objections to those Arguments, and Replies to those
Chapter XXI.- Objections to the Doctrine of Endless Misery.
On the Authority of the Apostolic and Christian Fathers..
The Articles of Faith, Plan of Church Government, and
Statistics of the Denomination of Universalists in the United States and
BIBLE DOCTRINE OF HELL.
All the passages in the OLD TESTAMENT wherein the Hebrew word SHEO occurs, and is rendered HELL in the common English Version.
Deut. 32: 22. For a fire is kindled in mine anger, and shall burn untc the lowest hell, and shall consume the earth with her increase, and set on fire the foundations of the mountains.
Verse 23. I will heap mischief upon them; I will spend mine arrows upon them.
Verse 24. They shall be burnt with hunger, and devoured with burning heat, and with bitter destruction: I will also send the teeth of beasts upon them, with poison of serpents of the dust.
Verse 25. The sword without, and terror within, shall destroy both the young man and the virgin, the suckling also with the man of gray hairs.
2 Sam. 22: 6. The sorrows of hell compassed me about; the snares of death prevented me.
Verse 7. In my distress I called upon the Lord, and cried to my God. Job 11: 8. Verse 7. Canst thou by searching find out God? canst thou find out the Almighty to perfection?
Verse 8. It is as high as heaven; what canst thou do? deeper than hell; what canst thou know?
Job 26 6. Hell is naked before him, and destruction hath no cover
Psalm 9 17. The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God.
Psalm 16 10. For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption.
Psalm 18 5. The sorrows of hell compassed me about; the snares of death prevented me.
Verse 6. In my distress I called upon the Lord, and cried unto my God. Psalm 55 15. Let death seize upon them, and let them go down quick into hell