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Index

Zechariah

viii. 5 270

21 . . .

»-3-5 a°4

12 204, 219

25-28 241

23.24 5°

iii. 1 50

2-5 201, 217

3 216, 239

3-5 123.219

5-8 5«. 57.62

13. «4 40

lv. 14 52

22 142

*3°. 3«. 33 • • • • 36 f

* xi. 25 190 f

xii. 21-32 257

» 27, 28 166

3« «04

*34 • .38,155

46 42

*47-5° 8,11

xiii. 36 62

1 xiv. 5 62

6 I90f

8 62

8,9 28, 36 f

» 16-20 65, 68

26,27 62

30 104

xv. 1 190 f

* 22-24 135

* 26, 27 63

128

nyms

Grist

"Historic Christ in the
Faith of To-day "... 308

James, W.—
« The Will to Believe" . 180

Jones, J. D.—

"Chairman's Address,"
Congregational Union 31

Orr, J.—
"Sin as a Problem of To-
day" 137

SUBJECT INDEX

Christ (continued)

Authority of teaching of 11

His claim lor His teaching 4 f

Coming of 300 f

Necessity for the cross of. 250 f

The eternal 33

His claim concerning the

Kingdom 221

His conception of the

Kingdom 199 f

identified with man . . . 113
the manifestation of the

name of God 188 f

Method of 41 f

in salvation. Method of . 156

Mission of 39 f

Saving mission of ... . 157

Mystery of 42

His Person 3

in salvation. Purpose of 161 f

Revelation of 27 f

concerning salvation.

Claim of 150

the Sent of the Father . . 156

His consciousness of sin . 134

The Spirit and the work of 53 f

The temporal 35 f

the Word of God .... 28

Church-
Christ's reference to the . 264
in this age. Conflict of

the 282 f

and the Kingdom. The . 267 f
for the Kingdom. Re-
sponsibility of the . . . 275
responsibility. Fulfillment

of 275

Weapons of the .... 286 f

Claim—

of Christ for His teaching 4 f
in relation to the Father.

Christ's 28

concerning Himself.

Christ's 28

concerning the Kingdom.

Christ's ....... 221

concerning men. Christ's 28
concerning salvation.

Christ's 150

Comforter—

The Spirit the 63 f

C—ht—

ofChriiL The .... 300 f

Purpose of Christ's second 305

of the Son of Man. The 30 2 f

of the Spirit . The ... 67 f

Conception—

of the Kingdom. Christ's 199 f
of man. Christ's ... 114 f
of salvation. Christ's 150, 156

Conduct—

Sanctity of 192 f

Conflict—

of the Church in this age.

The 28a f

in the Kingdom . . 281 f

Nature of the Church's . 286 f

Consciousness—
of sin. Christ's .... 134

Continuity —
of man's personality. The 120

Conversion-
Necessity for man's ... 123

Crisis—

of the second advent . . . 306

Cross—

the entrance to the King-
dom. The 257

Necessity for Christ's . . 250 f

and the Kingdom. Rela-
tion between the . . . 249 f

Defilement —
of man's nature 123

Demons—
Belief of N. T. writers in 106 f
Nature of 107

Devil—

The 100 f

the evil one. The . . . 102

Kingdom (continued )—

Phases of the 226

Refusal of the 319

Social Relationships in the 317
The Spirit and the . . . 50
Subjects responsible for

the 222 f

the key-note of Christ's

teaching. The .... 200 f

Meaning of the term . . 205 f

O. T. use of the term . . 206
the key-note of Christ's

works. The 204 f

Law—
of Love. God's .... 27
of man's probationary life.
The 120 f

Liar—
The devil a .103

Logos. The 4 f

Life—

Law of man's probation-
ary 120 f

adjusted to truth 195

Lord. The 23 f

Love—

Qod (continued)

to men. Relation of . . 114

A revelation of 27

The rule of 207

Irreligious solicitude for . 308

a Spirit 25 f

Christ the Word of . . . 28

Government-
Teaching of Christ for
human 13

Heaven—
The Kingdom of ... . 208

Ideal*—

of anarchy. False . . . 232

Inheritance—

of its subjects. The King-
dom of God the ... 221 f

Inspiration—

of obedience.

Love the . 192

Issue—

of salvation. Sanctity the 186

Jehovah 24

Kingdom—

Anarchy postponing the . 242

The Church and the . . 267 f
Responsibility of the

Church for the . . . . 275
Christ's claims concerning

the 221

Christ's conception of the 199 f

Conflict in the 281 f

Relation between the

Cross and the .... 249 f

Entrance to the . . 218 f, 319 f
The cross the entrance to

the 257

of God. The 207

of God to be established.

The 224 f

of heaven. The .... 208
the inheritance of its sub-
jects. The 221 f

Immediate interest in the 199

of God come to men. The 220 f

Parables of the 202 f

the inspiration of obedience 192

Man—

Christ's conception of . . H4f
Christ identified with . . 113
Christ's relation to . . . 38 f
The coming of the Son of 302 f
the necessity for his con-
version 123

The fact of 113

to God. Relation of . . 114
The kingdom of God come

to 220 f

the defilement of his na-
ture 123

the continuity of his per-
sonality 120

physically and spiritually . 119
The opportunity of his

restoration I23f
of demons. The . .
Defilement of man's .
of sin. The ....
of the Spirit . The .

Man (continueJ)

concerning salvation. Re-
sponsibility of ... .

The Spirit and

The unity of bis being . .

Manifestation—
of anarchy. The ....
of the name of God. Christ
the;

Metbod-
of Christ. The ....
of Christ in Salvation. The

Ministry—
of angels. The future . .
of angels. The present .

Mission—
of Christ. The ....
of Christ . The saving
The cross a necessity in
Christ's

Murderer—
The devil a

Nature—
of angels. The . .
of the Church's conflict

Th

Obedience—

The call to

Love the inspiration of .

the proof of repentance

and faith

Office—

of the Spirit. The . . .

Opportunity—

of salvation. Faith the .

Origta—

of sin unrevealed. The .

Parables—
of the Kingdom. The .

"3

i3of

59

180 f
192

181 f
71 f

i79
127
202 f

of Christ . The 3

Personality—
Continuity of man's . . . 120

Prince—
of this world. The devil
the , . 104 f

Principle—
of evil. The 132

Purpose—
of Christ's second coming.

The 305

of Christ in salvation. The 161 f

Reasons—
of anarchy. The .... 239 I

Redemption—
Christ's teaching to pro-
claim 13

Relation—
to God. Christ's .... 33
to man. Christ's .... 38 f

of man to God. The . . 114

Relationships—
in the Kingdom. Social . 317

Repentance—

The call to 176 f

fundamental to salvation . 176

Responsibility—
of man concerning salva-
tion. The 177 f

in sin. The 135

Restoration-
Opportunity of man's . . 123f

Revelation—
of God. Christ the . . . 28
of Himself. Christ's . . 32 f

Rtaema 41

Rale-
Anarchy's false 236

of God. The 207

Salvation-
Claim of Christ concern-
ing 150, 156

Christ's conception of. 150, 156
Faith the opportunity of . 179

Thegiftof 166 f

interpreted . . . . 147 f, 157 f
The method of Christ in . 156
The purpose of Christ in . 161 f
Repentance fundamental to 176
The responsibility of man

concerning 1771

Sanctity the issue of . . . 186

Sin and 151, 165

The word 141

Sanctity—

of character 188 f

of conduct 192 f

the issue of salvation . . 186

possible of realization . . 196

Truth the medium of . . 188 f

Sin-
Different aspects of . . . 129

Bondage in 136

The fact of 127

Fixity in 136

The force of i3of

possible. Forgiveness of 137 f

The nature of 130 f

unrevealed. The Origin

of 127

Responsibility in ... . 135

and salvation . . . . 151, 165

Sinfulness—

of legitimate things. The 322

Solicitude—

for God. Irreligious . . 308

Spirit—

The being of the . . . . 59

the Comforter. The . . 63 f

The coming of the . . . 67 f

God a 25 f

The Holy 60

and the Kingdom. The . 50

and man. The .... 53

The nature of the . . . . 59

The office of the .... 71 f

Spirit {continued)
Christ's general teaching
concerning the .... 50 f

of truth. The 66

and Christ's work. The. 53 f

Subjects—

The Kingdom of God in-
herited by its .... 221 f

Their responsibility for the
Kingdom of God . . . 222 f

Teaching—

of Christ authoritative . . 8
of Christ, divine in au-
thority II

of Christ, His claim . . 9
Christ's estimate of His . 11

of Christ final 14

of Christ for human gov-
ernment 13

of Christ concerning Him-
self 32 f

The Kingdom the key-
note of Christ's .... 200
of Christ to proclaim re-
demption. The ... 13

Truth-
Life adjusted to 195
the medium of sanctity 188 f
The Spirit of 66

Unity—

of man's being. The . . 117 f

Weapons—

of the Church. The . . 286 f

Word—

of God. The 5

of God. Christ the . . . 28

Work—

of Christ . The Spirit and

the 53 f

of disciples. The Spirit
and the 55 f

ofGod. The I78f

The Kingdom the inspira-
tion of Christ's .... 204f

World—

The devil prince of this . 104 f

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