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Index of Subjects

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Brain the organ of conscious vital

activity,
Bread of life,

Breathing into man's nostrilB,
Breathing of Christ on the uU'
ciples, .

Characteristics of false and true
prophecy,

Characteristics of man as created,

Characters of masculine and
feminine beauty,

Charismatic ecstasy,

Christianity and Hellenic philo-
sophy,

Christ's first coming, in respect

of demoniacal power, .
Christ the second Adam,
Christ preaching to the spirits

in prison,
Christ leading captivity captive,
Christ's work in the grave,
Church without spot or wrinkle,
Clothing upon of the body,
Commenius on the angels,
Communication between spirit

and body,
Communication of spirit and

body solved in Scripture,
Commencement of human life, .
Communication of Christ,
Communion between God and

man, fallen and unfallen,
Conception, problems of,
Conclusion,

Condemnation of sin in the flesh,
Condition of waking,
Conscience, a good,
Conscience in fallen men,
Conscience in unfallen men,
Conscience of the heathen,
Conscience, precedent and sub-
sequent,
Conscience, vitality of man's, .
Conscience, nature of man's,
Conscience, definitions of,
Conscience and heart, .
Conscience God's witness,
Conscience the knowledge of

divine law,
Consciousness of a foregone state,
Consciousness of man progressive,

PAOF .

Consciousness of God's Spirit, . 198
Consciousness of the soul after

death in Scripture, . . 494

Continuance Of humanity, . 531

Continual progress in God, . 554

Conversion, its limits, . . 553
Co-operation in the threefold

life of the spirit, . . 221
Corporeity of God, Bcriptural

meaning of, . . 80

Corpse called Nephescb, . 523

Created natures variously created, 90

Creation and God, . . 63
Creation, scriptural account of, 26-28

Creation of angels, . . 75
Creation by the Logos after the

image of the Elohim, . 86

Creation of man not mechanical, 88
Creationism possibly defensible

from Scripture, . . 137

Creative word peculiar to man, 89
Creative process, comprehensive

view of, 102

Dante's view of the intermediate

state of souls, . . 509

Death, . . . 36,474

Death existing before the fall, . 74
Death referred to the spirit, . 152
Death and ScheOl, . .527
Decisive reasons for this second

edition, . . 252

Degradation by sin, . . 15G

Demoniacal possession, . . 348

Demoniacal sickness, . . 347

Demoniacal temptation, . 353

Demoniacs not read of in the Old

Testament, . . .359

Departure from God, spiritual

disease, . . . 340

Desire a faculty of the soul, . 245
Designations of the heart, . 297
Destruction of death, . . 526

Development of the Mosaic

account, . . 77,78
Development theory condemned, 73
Development of Old Testament

teaching, . . .481

Dichotomic and trichotomic view

of man, . . . 103

Distinction of spirit and soul, . 99
Distinction between sin of Satan

and sin of man, . . 148

Distinction between "Pneuma"

and "Nous," . .218
Distinct soul and spirit in Christ, 391
Distinction between charismatic

and somnambulic tongues, . 429
Divine Doxa, . . \iO

Divine Doxa, its nature, . 62

Divine nature not a development, 65

FADF .

Divine likeness in the creature

direct or inverted? . .68
Doctrines of psychology found

in Scripture, . . .16
Dorner's view of the equality of

the Son, . . . 388

Doxa of man, woman the glory of, 128
Doxa of human spirit, . . 288
Dreams, their nature, . . 327
Dreams in relation to the heart, 328
Dreams, their illusivencss, . 328
Dreams, their reality, . . 328
Dreams, the background of life, 329
Dreams, sacred and secular, . 329
Dreams, their forebodings, . 330
Dreams, their ethical aspect, . 331
Dreams, their possible guilt, . 332
Dreams, their spiritual aspect, . 333
Dreams from God, . . 334

Dualism of Psyche and Pneuma

caused by sin, . . 114

Dualism of spirit and matter, . 103
Dualism of the Christian, . 457

Early treatment of biblical psy-
chology, . . .4
Effect of death, . . . 535

Effect of the fall on mnn, . 561
Effect of mental affections on

the heart, . . .302

Essential distinction between

soul and body, . .104

Essential distinction between

spirit and matter, . .105
Eternity of the procession of the

Trinity, . . .58

Eternity the life of God, . 518

Excess of the brain life, . 312

Explanation of scriptural figures, 226
Explanation of scriptural ra isings
of the dead, . . .523

Faculties of the soul, . . 241

Faith, character of, . .174

Female seer of Prevorst, . 428

Fides directa and reflexa, . 176

Figurative expression of the

sevenfold divine nature, . 224

Fire and light in the soul, . 230

Fire and light, soul and spirit, . 376

First and second Adam, . 395

Fleshly heart, . . . '376

Fleshly and spiritual soul, . 440

Form of souls, . . . 504

Foundation of soul's existence, . 236

Free agency in man, . .171

Freedom in God, . . 196

"Geist" and "Seele," deriva-
tion of, . . .142
Gess on the infinity of the Son, 390

rAui

Glorification possible, to glori-
fication actual, . . 122
Glorified body of Christ, . 514
God, fire and light, . . 225
God's likeness in man, . . 381
Groans of creation, . 559, 565

Healing of the nations, .' . 556

Heart and feeling, . . 304

Heart the centre of bodily life, . 292

Heathen ideas of the heart, . 298

Hidden man of the heart, . 220

Hints from somnambulism, . 307
History of man a history of the

world, . . 266

Hofmann's trichotomic teaching, 107
Holy of holies, . . .517

Hope of creation, . . 567

House not made with hands, . 513

Human soul after death, . 37

Human development, ". . 254
Human constitution of the divine

Son, . , . .384

Human history progressive, . 394

Ideal and historical world, . 52
Ideal world of Scripture, . 46

Identity of soul and spirit, . 115
Image of God in man, . 31, 78

Immortality, its nature, . 475

Inbreathing, is" it the source of

the soul? . . .97
Inbreathing, scriptural doctrine of, 98
Incarnation an argument for

traducianism, . . . 136

Inclination and determination of

will, .... 207
Infant regeneration, . . 405
Infants, capacity of regeneration

in, . .406

Infants, conditions of regenera-
tion in, 406
Influence of demons on humanity, 346
Inherited sin an argument for

traducianism, . . .134
Inner man, . . . 446

Inspiration, its nature, . . 433

Institution of the Sabbath an

argument for traducianism, . 133
Intermediate state of souls, . 490
Intermediate state of corporeity, 505
Interpretation of Luke xii. 58, . 547
Intrusion of angels into human

history, . . .76

KenOsis, . . . 203, 387

Knowledge of God, . .409
Knowingandhavinginknowledge, 409

Lapse of time in the intermediate
state, . . . .530

Language a shadow of the Logos, 216
Law of God and law of sin, . 445
Life of man twofold, . . 34
Life under penalty of death, . 152
Life begins Defore consciousness, 416
Life of regeneration, . . 458
Light which lighteth every man, 4lfl
Limitations of the Logos,
Limit to the body of death,
Liver, ....
Living soul, its distinctive mean-
ing, . . . .
Locale of feeling, according to

Scripture,
Logos not the ideal-world,
Logos and Sophia,
Logos the archetype of humanity, 209
Logos the product of the Nous, 213
Loss of God's image in man, . $4
Love is will, . . .244
Luther's view of spirit, soul, and
body 472

Magic entirely forbidden in

Scripture,
Man not constrained by God, .
Man never absolutely indifferent^
Man free to sin,
Man a microcosm,
Man not immortal,
Man a threefold spiritual nature,
Man the link of two worlds,
Man, his existence and origin, .
Man, why called Adam,
Man God's offspring, in what

Man, his spiritual characteristics,
Manifestation of spirit, .
Man's judgment,
Man's freedom of choice since
the fall,

Man's will free in form, not in
substance,

Man's freedom to righteousness,

Man's freedom and God's free-
dom, ....

Man's choice,

Materials of the body, whether
in the blood, .

Meaning of sickness,

Meaning of being in the flesh, .

Meaning of 1 Thess. iii. 23,

Meaning and effect of shame,"

Means of human salvation,

Mediaeval treatment of biblical
psychology, .

Metempsychosis, no biblical tes-
timony for,

Metempsychosis not unreason-
able, .

Metempsychosis, >

PAGR

Method of divine work in re-
demption, . . .172
Mode of scriptural treatment of

psychology, . . .19
Modern psychological manifesta-
tions, . . . .25
Mode of man's appearance and

existence, . .' .89
Motives, their operation, . 441
Mystery of the body, . . 639

Mystery of the Ego, . .191
Mystic ecstasy, . . . 418

Naming of the creatures, . 215
Narratives of the creation of

man, . . . .87

Natural life and Ego life, . 186
Natural life not free, . .186

Nature in two senses, . . 187

Nature of the soul's Sophia, . 246
Nature of human endowment

with soul, . . . 253

Nature of sleep, . . 324

Nature will and personal will, . 443
Necessity of doctrine of tradu-

cianism, . . . 139
Necessity for the embodiment of

the creature, . . . 231

Nerve-spirit, . . . 318

Nervous atmosphere . . 319

Nervous system generally, . 318

New Testament use of the Logos, 209
New creation distinct from the

first, . . . .397

New Testament teaching on

Hades, . . . 479
New Testament teaching on

future state, . . . 480
No condemnation in Christ

Jesus, .... 451
Nous, . • . . .212

Objections of Harless to scientific

biblical psychology, . .13
Objective reality of tongues, . 430
Office of the Spirit in man, . 120
Opposition of will and deed, . 444
Order of creative works, . 71

Origen's view of the soul, . 43
Origen's view of a previous con-
sciousness, . . .45
O wretched man that I am! . 444

Palaeontology confirming Scrip-
ture, . . . .72

Partaking of humanity in the
spiritual body of Christ, . 396

Pauline view of man's essential
constitution, . . .110

Paul speaks of himself as re-
generate, . . . 453

FAGS

Paul refers also to his unregene-

rate state, . . . 454
Peace of the righteous, . . 486
Peculiar forms in magic, . 362
Penalty of death, its meaning, . 151
Personal existence, its continu-
ance, .... 476
Personality of the soul, . . 233
Personality of man, . .179
Personality distinct from indivi-
duality, . . .180
Phenomenal body of souls, . 453
Philosophy of the phenomenal

appearance of souls, . . 503

Philosophy of possession, . 351

Philosophy of the incarnation, . 383

Physical and divine nature, . 185

Physical degradation of man, . 157

Pneuma, . . . 217
Possession defined and illus-
trated, . \ 354-356

Possibility of annihilation, . 475
Post-mortem investigations in

brain and heart, . . 305
Potential constitution of man-
kind, .... 139
Power of the soul, . . 34
Pre-existence, mistaken notions

of, . . . 43
Present state a perversion of

the natural, . . . 560
Priority of soul's creation, . 254
Process of divine development, 202
Process of sleep, . . 325
Process of redemption, . . 384
Process of glorification, . . 120
Procession of the Trinity, . 56
Procreation, spiritual and psychi-
cal elements in, . . 140
Progression in the future state, 555
Progressive character of redemp-
tion, . . . .382
Progressive embodiment of

spirits denied, . . 550
Prohibition of beast's blood for

man's food, . . 2S2, 285

Promise of a Messiah, . . 173

Propagation of the soul, . 129

Prophetic ecstasy, . . 420

Prophetic vision, . . 420
Prophetic teaching of the future

state, .... 485

Psyche, its scriptural meaning, 113

Purgation of souls, . . 4S8
Purgatory not a scriptural doc-
trine, . . . .487

Purpose of the diaphragm, . 315
Purpose of the restoration of the

body, . . . .543

Purposes and foreknowledge of

God 49

PAOl

Quickening spirit, . . 303

Reality of magic, . . 361

Reappearance of departed souls, 500
Reason of sickness, . . 338
Reason and its acts in man, . 33
Reason of creative breathing into

man's nostrils, . .100

Reason of the divine procedure

in redemption, . .171

Reception of the first edition

of this work, . . .11

Redemption and death, . . 482
Redemption from within, . 503
Reformation treatment of bibli-
cal psychology, . . 6
Refraction of divine truth

through humanity, . . 433

Regeneration an unconscious

process, . . . 404

Reins, . . . .317

Relation of the blood indirectly

to the spirit, . . .288

Relation of the body to the

soul, . . . 286,321

Relation of the Ego to nature, . 189
Relation of psychology to dog-
matics, . . .18
Relation of psychology to physi-
cal science, . . .23
Relation of soul to spirit, as

divine Doxa to Trinity, . 118
Relation of Christ to humanity, 175
Relation of spirit and nature, . 201
Relation of soul to the blood, . 281
Relation of the various forms of

life, . . . .278

Relation of sacraments to faith, 411
Relation of the Christian to the

law, . . . .437
Relation of the Ego to tempta-
tion, . . . .442
Relation of the reason to the

spirit, .... 463
Relations in the Trinity, . 57

Relations between men and

angels, . . .83

Relations of soul, spirit, and

body in death, . . 521

Remoteness of man from God, . 170
Renewal of the spirit, . .219
Restoration of the body, . 536

Results of man's sin, . . 150

Resurrection body, its nature, . 515
Return for the soul not possible, 544
Reunion of body and soul a

mystery, . . . 538
Rewards and punishments for

souls, . . .498

Risen body, its relation to exist-
ing materials, . . . 541

Romans vii. and viii., its expo-
sition, . . . .433

Sacramental gifts in respect of

the corpse, . . . 539

Sacraments, their operation, . 416
Sacraments, their effect on the

infant, . . .413

s*f J, its meaning, . . 439

Satanic agency peculiar to time

and circumstances, . . 359

Satan's relation to sickness, . 345
Scientific treatment of biblical

psychology possible, . . 12

Scriptural teaching of biblical

psychology, . . .16
Scriptural dichotomy, . . 109

Scriptural passages bearing on

creationism, . . .133

Scriptural figures of the body, . 263
Scriptural views of the heart, . 301
Scriptural teaching of relation

of head and heart, . .311
Scriptural narratives of raising

of the dead, . . .52!
Scripture consistent with itself, 17
Scripture teaching on pre-exist-

ence, . . . .47

Scripture statements on the

mystery of divine nature, . 61
Scripture teaching on succession

of facts in creation, . . 91

Self-consciousness of man as Ego, 180
Self-consciousness of the soul, . 184
Self-consciousness, why needed

at the first, . . . 255

Senses, of the, . . .29

Seven, significance of the number, 71
Seven-flamed lamp of Zechariah, 223
Sevenfold nature of the soul, . 222
Sevenfold wisdom, ." . 229
Seven powers in the divine

nature, . .228

Seven powers of the soul, . 232
Seven powers of life, . 272, etc.
Sexual distinctions, man subject

to, . . .123

Shame of man, . . .154

Sickness a gradual dying, . 339
Sickness of the soul, . . 340

Sickness caused by excessive

affection, . . .342

Sickness, natural and demoniacal, 346
Silver cord and golden bowj, . 2G9
Sinner's fear of God, . . 15S

Sin of Adam and sin of Satan, . 153
Sin a disturbance, . . 189

Sin the cause of sickness, . 341
Sleep of our soul, . . 336
Somnambulism, its uses, . 364

Somnambulism a morbid state, 366
Somnambulism, its terrible re-
sults, . . . 3G8
Son of man, the purpose of crea-
tion, . . .77
Son partaking in the infinity of

the Father, . . .388
Soul and Ego, . .181
Soul the object of redemption, . 183
Soul the counterpart of spirit, . 235
Soul, its substance, . 237

Soul the candlestick of the sanc-
tuary, . . . .238
Soul the type of the divine Doxa, 239
Soul at birth, . .260

Soul and spirit present from be-
getting, . . 25S
Soul the link between spirit and

matter, . . .265

Soul sevenfold in its relation to

the body, . . .271
Soul of possessed person, . 365
Soul between divine and de-
moniacal agency, . .371
Source of man's individuality, . 93
Speech, nature of human, . 278
Speech inseparable from thought, 213
Spirit of man a created thing, . 95
Spirit and soul, . . .96
Spirit capable of sin, . . 105
Spirit of God dwelling in man, . 108
Spirit and soul not absolutely

distinct natures, . .112
Spirit of child, . . .257

Spiritual significance of the

heart, .... 366
Spiritual form of the soul, . 507
Spiritual body, . . 563
Stasis and urostasis, . 32

Synthetical consideration of bib-
lical psychology, . .381

Table-turning, . . .369
Teaching of temptation and fall, 162
Temptation addressed to woman,

and why, . . 127, 147

Temptation, its manner and

nature, . .147

Temper and disposition, . 280

Testimony of a physician, . 369
Testimony of clairvoyance on

the state of souls, . . 606
Theopneustia, . . .431
Thought of Ego, . . 121

Threefold personality of God, . 64
Threefold life of the h uman spirit, 205
Time and eternity, . . 41

Time and space still existing in

eternity, . . 519
Time glorified, . . . 557
Traducianism (per traducem), . 131
Transmigration of souls, . 545
Trinity, doctrine of, .66
Trinity consistent with histori-
cal revelation, . . 56
Trinity of human nature, . 197
Trinity shadowed forth in human

spirit, . . .200
Trinity a manifestation of love, 204
Trinity of the divine acts, 201
Trinity of power, . . 227
Triplicity of man's spirit, . 196
Tripucity of the soul, . . 464
True and false prophecy, . 424
Turba, the condition of sickness, 328
Twofold nature of Christ, . 385
Two natures in regenerate per-
sons, .... 455
Types of the glorified body, . 516

Ultimate issue of the world, . 551

Unclothing of the body, . 512

Unconsciousness at birth, . 403

Value of somnambulism, . 310

Varieties of possession, . . 352

Vegetable creation not animated, 28

Victory of love, . . . 552

Viscera the seat of the affections, 314

Visibility of departed souls, 501

Vision by crystals, . . 370

Waiting of righteous souls, . 497
Waking and sleeping, health and

disease, . . . 323

Waking vision an ecstasy, . 335

White raiment of souls, . 608
White robes, . . .520

Will of the flesh, . . 190

Will, man's characteristic, . 242

Witchcraft, when it begins, . 370
Woman the psychical element

in humanity, . . .126

Woman dependent on man, 127
Woman's creation an argument

for traducianism, . .132
Word to express spirit and wind

the same, . . 101

Word and sacraments, . . 400

Word and hearer, 410
Wrath and love mingled in the

world's constitution, . . 77
Wrath of God for sin, . .158

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