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ANALYSIS

OF

SACRED CHRONOLOGY.

CONTAINING A

CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY

OF

THE NEW TESTAMENT.

Των παντων κακων αιτιον, μη αναγινωσκειν ΒΙΒΛΙΑ, ΨΥΧΗΣ ΦΑΡΜΑΚΑ.

CHRYSOSTOM.

"The cause of all these evils, not to read

THE SACRED Books, those MEDICINES OF THE soul."

CONTENTS OF THE HISTORY.

VOL. III.

THE NEW TESTAMENT.

IX. PERIOD. CANONICAL GOSPELS, 3; their authenticity, ibid. ;-Order, 9;-Time, 20;-Inspiration, 26;—Style, 30;—Credibility, 36. JOHN BAPTIST, 38; GENEALOGY OF CHRIST, 42; ROMAN TAXING, 48;

VISIT OF JEWISH SHEPHERDS AND PARTHIAN MAGI, 53; MASSACRE OF THE INFANts at BethlehEM, 58. Archelaus, Ethnarch, 59; CHRIST VISITS THE TEMPLE, 61; MINISTRY OF THE BAPTIST, 62. INTRODUCTION OF JOHN'S GOSPEL, 67; PREACHING OF THE Baptist, 70; JESUS BAPTIZED, 72; JESUS TEMPTED, 76; Deputation to the Baptist, 81; BAPTIST'S MESSAGE TO CHRIST, 85; CHARActer of the Baptist, 86.

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CHRIST'S PUBLIC MINISTRY. FIRST PASSOVER, 87; NICODEMUS, 89; SAMARITAN WOMAN, 90; CHRIST'S FIRST RETURN TO GALILEE, 91; first visit to Nazareth, 94; SERMON ON THE MOUNT, 96; MIRACLES, 97 ;Leper cured, ibid.; Centurion's Servant cured, 98; Widow's Son restored to life, 99;-Jairus's daughter, ibid.; SECOND PASSOVER, ibid.; Cripple cured on the Sabbath-Day, 100;-SECOND RETURN TO GALILEE, 101; Disciples pluck the ears of corn, ibid.; 12 APOSTLES CHOSEN, 103; THE CURE OF DEMONIACS, 104; Blasphemy of the Pharisees, 107; Unbelief of OUR LORD's family, 111.

PARABLES, 112. The Sower, 113; The Tares, 117; Mustard Seed, 118; Leaven, 119; Hidden Treasure, ibid.

MISSION OF THE TWELVE APOSTLES, 120; CHRIST's second visit to Nazareth, 122; Return of the Apostles, ibid.; THE 5000 FED, ibid.; CHRIST WALKS ON THE SEA, 124; his conversation with the people fed, 125. THIRD PASSOVER, 126; SYROPHENICIAN WOMAN'S DAUGHTER CURED, 128; THE 4000 FED, 129; visits Magdala, 130. Cæsarea Philippi, ibid.; THE APOSTLE'S PROFESSION OF FAITH, 131; CHRIST'S TRANSFIGURATION, 132; DEMONIAC CURED, 134; CHRIST's second return to Galilee, 135; MIRACLE OF THE TRIBUTE MONEY, ibid.; Ambition of the Disciples, 136. THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES, 138; Woman taken in Adultery, p. 140; SIGHT

GIVEN TO THE MAN BORN BLIND, 143; CHRIST's third return to Galilee,

145.

HE VISITS SAMARIA, 146; MISSION OF THE 70 DISCIPLES, ibid.; HE VISITS JUDEA, 148; PARABLE OF THE HUMANE SAMARITAN, 149; Martha and Mary, 150.

THE FEAST OF DEDICATION, 151,

CHRIST VISITS PEREA, 154; Question of Divorce, 155; CHRIST blesses little Children, 156; The rich young Ruler, ibid.; CHRIST returns to Judea, 158; LAZARUS RAISED TO LIFE, ibid; CHRIST retires to Ephraim, 161. His last Journey towards Jerusalem, 161; He passes through Jericho, ibid.; Zaccheus, 162; PARABLE OF THE NOBLEMAN, 163; He arrives at Bethany, ibid.

HARMONY OF THE PASSION WEEK, 164. CHRIST'S feet anointed, 168; Public procession to Jerusalem, ibid.; the barren fig tree cursed, 172; the Temple purged again, 173; Pharisees and Sadducees silenced, ibid.; Sadducees silenced, 174; OUR LORD'S PROPHECIES ON MOUNT OLIVET, 176; CHRIST's head anointed, 177; HE CELEBRATES THE PASSOVER, 179; INSTITUTION OF THE LORD'S SUPPER, 183; THE NEW COMMANDMENT, 186.

HIS LAST DISCOURSE, 187; HIS INTERCESSION, 190.

He goes to Gethsemane, 197; His AGONY, ibid.; CHRIST apprehended, 202; Peter's first denial, 205;— -Second denial, ibid. ;-Third denial, 206; CHRIST examined before the High Priest, 207; His trial before the Council, 208; Judas hangs himself, 211; CHRIST brought before Pilate, 213; His trial before Pilate, 218; He is sent to Herod, 220 ;-Sent back to Pilate,

221.

THE CRUCIFIXION, 226; CHRIST'S INTERMENT, 238; The Tomb guarded by Roman Soldiers, 240.

HARMONY OF THE RESURRECTION AND OF OUR LORD'S APPEARANCES AFTERWARDS, 241. The Resurrection Day, 245; The Sunday following, 258; The Mountain in Galilee, 262; The Sea of Tiberias in Galilee, ibid.; Jerusalem, 265; THE ASCENSION, 267; CHARACTER OF CHRIST, 268. THE SPIRIT OF THE GOSPEL, 283. I. THE MYSTERIES OF THE Gospel.

THE TRINITY, 286; REGENERATION by BAPTISM AND THE SPIRIT, 295;
RENOVATION AND SANCTIFICATION BY THE LORD'S SUPPER AND THE
SPIRIT, 299; JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH, 311; JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH
AND WORKS, 320.

II. THE DUTIES OF THE GOSPEL, 322; THE LORD'S PRAYER, 323.
III. THE SANCTIONS OF THE GOSPEL, 356; THE TWO RESURrections,

358.

IV. THE EXTRAORDINARY AIDS OF THE GOSPEL, 375; 1. The expulsion of Demons, 375; 2. The gift of Tongues, 376; 3. Handling Serpents, 379; 4. Drinking deadly potions, 380; 5. Curing Diseases, ibid.; their duration, 381.

V. THE ORDINARY AIDS OF THE GOSPEL, 383; The Fruits of THE SPIRIT,

ibid.

SKETCH OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE PRIMITIVE CHURCH, 388, MAINTENANCE OF THE CHURCH, 400; HERESY AND SCHISM, 406.

THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH, 414.

THE CHRONOLOGY VERIFIED, 414; THE CANONICAL ACTS AND EPISTLES OF THE APOSTLES, 419; THE EPISTLES OF PAUL, 421; To the Galatians, ibid.; To the Thessalonians, 423; Titus, 424; Corinthians, 426; 1 Ti

mothy, 428; Romans, 429; Ephesians, 430; Colossians, 431; Philemon, ibid.; Philippians, 432; Hebrews, 433; 2 Timothy, 441. THE CATHOLIC EPISTLES, 446. James, 447; Jude, ibid.; Peter, 448; John, 451; Apocalypse, 456; CHRONOLOGICAL Order of the Epistles, 462. THE RISE and Progress of the Church, 463. Matthias elected an Apostle, 463, THE DAY OF PENTECOST, 466; The cripple cured, 470; Trial before the Sanhedrim, 471; SECOND effusion of the HOLY SPIRIT, 472; Charitable contributions to the Church, ibid.; Ananias and Sapphira, 473; Proceedings of the Sanhedrim, 474; The election of Deacons, 476; Stephen's trial and Martyrdom, ibid.; First Jewish persecution, 481; Baptism of the Ethiopian Chamberlain, 482; CONVERSION OF SAUL, 483; Saul retires to Arabia, 487 ;-His first visit to Jerusalem, 488; Rest of the Churches in Judea, 490; CONVERSION OF CORNELIUS, 491; Saul's second visit to Jerusalem, 499; Second Jewish persecution, ibid.; Saul's vision and Revelations, 501; First Mission of Barnabas and Saul, 508; First Council of Jerusalem, 513; Paul's third visit to Jerusalem, 514; Paul's Second Mission, 516; Paul visits Athens, 519; His first visit to Corinth, 531; His Fourth visit to Jerusalem, 532; Paul's Third Mission, 533; His Fifth visit to Jerusalem, 536; Paul's First visit to Rome, 545; His Second visit to Rome, 546; First Roman persecution, 549; JEWISH WAR, 552; Siege of Jerusalem, 555.

X. PERIOD. PROPHETIC HISTORY OF THE CHURCH, 558; CHRIST'S PROPHECIES, 560.

I. Signs of the destruction of Jerusalem, 563.

II. Signs of CHRIST's presence, at the Regeneration, 567; Parables, 570.
III. Signs of the conclusion of the World, 574.

THE APOCALYPSE, 576. DESIGN, 578; INTRODUCTORY VISION, 579; EPIS

tles to the Seven Churches, 582; GRAND CELESTIAL VISION, 585;

First Scene, 586; Second Scene, 588; Third Scene, 590.
SCHEME OF THE PRIMARY SYMBOLICAL PROPHECIES, 592.
SECONDARY SYMBOLICAL PROPHECIES, 595.

SEVEN SEALS, 597; Fourth Scene, 602; Fifth Scene, 604.
FOUR WAR TRUMPETS, 608; DANIEL'S FOURTH VISION, PART III. 611.
THREE WOE TRUMPETS, 615; SEVEN VIALS, 619.
THE CODICIL, 633; Milton on Toleration, 648.
APPENDIX, 653.

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