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Answer to Satan (in the serpent)

ix

552
The discourften ( Saran tempting her to eat the forbidden} ix
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732
Soliloquy before her eating it

ix

745
Plucks and eats

ix 780
Soliloquy after it

ix

795
Resolution to tempt Adam

ix 830
Speech to him thereon

ix

856
Reply to his answer, resolving to die with her

ix 960
Behaviour thereon

ix

990
Gives him the fruit

ix

995
Repeats the transgression with him
Is incited by him to carnal fruition (the firft effe&t of it) { ix
The place, &c. described
Answer to him (accusing her as the aggressor) imputes

ix
it to his indulgence
Answer to God (the Son) calling her to judgment (ac-
cuses the serpent)

159
The sentence pronounc'd on her

192
Behaviour, and speech to Adam's repulse of her, and her
offers of consolation (accuses herself)

, } 909
After-behaviour thereon

937
Reply to his answer (advises to die by their own hands) 966
To him, hailing her the mother of mankind

xi 162
Soliloquy, lamenting the threatned expulfion from Para.
dise

268

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Speech to him on quitting it (affection, conjugal re-
solation, and confolation on the promise of the xii 610
Meffiah)

Vide Adam.

· Vide Similes.
Evening describd

598
Evil -- in thought unapproved, -. blameless

117
Experience a guide to wisdom

ix

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Faith, unnecessary endeavours to approve it, fufpicious ix 1139
Faith in Christ, with works, eternal life

xii

420
Laws to force it censur'd


515
No infallibility against it

Xii

529
Fancy (a faculty of the soul) its office

100
The eye of the foul

viï 460
Fame (or glory) the common notion of it censur'd xi 688
Fate, the will of God

vii
Fig tree, of which Alam, Eve, &c. made Aprons, describ'd ix 1101
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Firmament, the second day's creation, describ'd
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vii

391

Flaming word in Paradise on Adam's, &c. expulfion thence, } xii 632

Vide Similes.
Flood universal

Vide Noab.
Freedom, with the loss of it, virtue, &c. degenerates xi

797
Free grace asserted

173
Defin'd

227

95

235
Free-will asserted

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443
Inform’d by Uriel of Satan's descent there

iv 561
Undertakes to detect him

iv
His charge to Uzziel, Ithuriel, and Zephon (three other

iv

782
of the guardian Angels) thereon
Speech to them, &c. on their taking, and return with

iv 866
him
To Satan thereon

iv 877
Reply to his answer
To another

iv 946
To another

iv 1006
Appointed one of the chiefs of the celestial army against
the revolted Angels

45
His prowess, &c. in the Battel

vi

35
Glory (or fame) the common notion of it censured xi
GOD the FATHER contemplating his works, &c. iii 56
Speech to God the Son, on Satan's design on the crea-

80
tion, man, &c.
Reply to his answer
Proposes the manner, &c. of fall'n man's redemption

303
Answer to the Son undertaking it

274
Decrees his bodily resurrection as God and man

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Charge to Raphael to warn Adam againft his fall

224
Speech to the whole cæleftial hierarchy, conven'd at the

600
inauguration of God the Son
To the Son on Satan's, &c. revolt thereon

719

vi
Army against the revolters describ'd

15
Speech to Abdiel on his quitting their party

vi

29
Appoints Michael and Gabriel chiefs of the celestial army vi

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Battel, &c: between them and the revolters, describ'd

to 607

vi 680
Appoints God the Son to end it

vi
Chariot (the Father's) describ'd

749
Speech to the Son, resolving the creation of the world vii

139
Commits the work to him

168
His (the Father's) omnipresence

vii

588

vii
Goodness, free

170
Will, fate

vii 173

vii 581
the seventh after the six days of the creation

vii
The solemnity of it describ'd

594
Speech (the Father's) on the guardian Angels return

34
from Paradise upon Adam's, &c. fall
Appoints the Son judge of it

55
Speech to the cælestials on Sin and Death's entrance into

614
the world thereby
Promise of their diffolution, and renovation of heaven

and earth
Charge to the Angels, touching the changes in the
creation on the fall

xi
Answer to the Son's intercession on Adam's repentance

45
Speech to the celestials, conven'd at his decreeing his

xi
expulfion from Paradise
To Michael thereon

99

62
GOD the Son, at the right hand of the father
His (the Father's) essence, &c.

169
His word, &c.

vii 163
Anfwer to him on Satan's design on the creation, man,

iii
c.
On his proposing the manner, &c. of man's redemp-

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236

iii 266
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The second Adam

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His merits alone imputative to man

290
His resurrection, as God and man, decreed

303
Equal to the Father

305
His (the Son's) attributes

38;
Answer to the Father on Satan's, &c. revolt

733

383
The image of the Father

680

736

vi 718
The Messiah

881
Answer to the Father, appointing him to end the battel
between the celestial and revolted Angels

{ vi 723
Undertakes it

vi 730
His armour, equipage, &c. describd

vi 768
Speech to the celestial army

vi 800
Solely attacks the revolters

vi 824
Intirely defeats them

vi 838

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The action and defeat describ'd

vi

to 877
Returns in triumph

vi 878
describ'd

192
Re-ascent to heaven after it


Institution of the fabbath (by God the Father and

vü 581
Son) the seventh after the fix days creation
The solemnity of it describ'd

vii

594
Answer (the Son's) to Adam, on his solitude in Para-

viï 369
dise
To his reply

viï 393
To another (promises him a confort)

vili 437
Appointed by the Father judge of Adam's transgression
All judgment committed to him
The mercy of it
Answer to the Father thereon
Descent to Eden

85
Call to Adam there

103
Reply to his answer (accusing Eve)

119
To his reply

144
To Eve (accusing the serpent)

157

163
Sentence pronounc'd by him on the serpent

175
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xi

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Vide Maffiah. GOD, Purity of adoration more acceptable to him, than ritual

iv
All good proceeds from, and returns to him
To be contemplated in the works of the Creation
Acts immediate

vii The centre of heaven

ix His absolute decrees

xi

310 Omnipresence, goodness, &c.

xi

335 The fear of him, &c. with loss of freedom, degenerates xi 797 Particular presence

xii

48 To obey, love, depend on his providence, &c. the sum of knowledge

xii And wisdom

xii

575 Gospel how to be understood

xii

511 Grace of God, man its object, and Devils eternally excluded from it, why

iii

129 Man's long resistance of it alone exclufive

198 Repentance a fruit of it

xi 22 The spirits of it, and liberty, consorts

525 Gratitude exerted, a discharge of its debt

iv

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vi

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Heaven and earth, their final renovation by fire

xi xii

xii

898 547 463 549 344 501 253 526

After-happiness therein
Heaven, the joys, &c. of it describd

Its Gate
Passage from thence to the world
Its general creation
Visible, the study of it how necessary
Speculations of its motions, or the earth's, censured
How fituated, respecting the world, and Hell

iii

716

iii viii viii

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66 70 320 Hell

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