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W. F. A.

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Basis and Superstructure (Address

by Rev. 0. Dewey, D.D.), 137–
157 Foundation of religion in
human nature, 139 direct in-
tuitions, 141 Supreme Nature,
144 - breadth of Christian influ-
ence, 146 — Christian ministry, 14

- decay of controversy, 149
rationalism, 150 — Church ordi-

nances, 153.
Boeckh, his death and character, 388.
Bulfinch, S. G., Manual of Eviden-

ces, 252.

Bunsen’s Egypt, 305-335 - Study

of Egyptian antiquities, 306
Bunsen's critics, 308 — recent ex-
plorations, 310 — Life of Bunsen,
313 — Work on Egypt, 315
chronological system, 317 – the
Egyptian year, 319

— Sothiac pe-
riod, 321 — the Dynasties, 323
- chronological outline, 324, 327

general results, 326 early
emigrations, 329 Ethiopia, 330

- epochs, 332.
Cambridge Divinity School, 220-246

- charges, 222 — what is implied,
224 — rationalism of the day, 225

- character of its radicalism, 227

- Christian theism, 229 - pro-
posed substitute : Boston plan, 230

new school in Cambridge, 232 —
office of a theological school, 235
– philosophy of the day, 236 -
uses of a School, 238 — theology

as part of a university course, 243

- plans discussed, 244.
Church of England, its hold on the

attachment of its members, 1-4 -
how it should be regarded and

improved, 5–7.
Cobbe, F. P., 265–286 her life, 266

Cities of the Past, 272 — Broken
Lights, 276 — Intuitive Morality,
279 — Religious Duty, 282 – per-

son and character, 285.
Colenso, Bishop, 1-15 — his early

lite, 8 colonial bishopric, 9.
his Biblical inquiries, 11; person
and character, 13 — ecclesiastical

trial, 14.
Colleges (American), 46–62—course

of study, 47-post-graduate course,
50 — study of Latin, 51-54 — par-
allel courses of study, 55 — elec-
tive studies, 56 — proposed aboli-
tion of the Freshman year, 59 –

preparatory course, 60.
Collyer, R., Nature and Life, 246.
Cranbook, James, Sermons, 382.
Curtis on Inspiration, 294–304.
Dall, Mrs., The College, Market,

and Court, 258.
Dante, Longfellow's Translation, 251.
D'Azeglio and the Unity of Italy,

187-208 — his life, 191 -- literary
career, 192.- political life, 197 —
military service, 201 - character

as a statesman, 215.
Eastern Question in politics, 254.

sus, 129.

Elliott's Holy Land, 250.

Noves's Translation of the Hebrew
Fontanès, Study of Lessing, 380. Prophets, 15-31 — its established
Gannett's Discourse before the reputation, 17 — compared with

Alumni of the Cambridge Divinity De Wette, 18— with Common Ver-
School, 220.

sion, 19 — Book of Daniel, 22
Inspiration, Curtis on, 294-304 - office of prophet, 24, 81 - inspira-
J. F. Clarke's statement, 299.

tion, 25 — Messianic prophecy, 26
Italy, sentiment of unity in, 188

prophetic vision, 29 — argument
reforms, 197.

for Christianity, 93

Jesus as Prophet and Messiah, 79– Poets, 175–186 — Job, 176 – Ec-

99 — his prophetic consciousness, clesiastes, 177 – Psalms, 178
81 Messianism, 83 how far poetic form, 181 — rhythm and ac-
colored by Evangelists, 86 — theo-

cent, 184.
ry of accommodation, 87 - plan Prophetic office, 24–81.
of his ministry, 90 — outline of his Quincy, Josiah, Life, by Edmund
public course, 92 — sufferings and Quincy, 366.
death, 96.

Revolutionary Period, Springer's
Jewish and Christian Charity, 335– History of, 157–175 — the French

monarchy, 158 — taxation and dis-
Laengin, Moral Development of Je tress, 162; the philosophers, 165 —

industrial revolution, 168 — revo-
Lessing, Fontanès on, 380.

lution of 1830, 170 — socialism,
Liber Librorum, 133.

Liberal Ministry, 99-111 — criticism Shedd, W. T. G., Homiletics and

of Shedd's Homiletics, 100-106 Pastoral Theology, 99-106.
a written revelation, 100 — author Spinoza, recent studies of, 374.
ity of Scripture, 103 — morality Stallard on Jewish and Christian
and mercy, 105 the Christian charities, 257–335.
reality, 107 — speculative disbelief State Charities of Massachusetts,
and religious life, 108 — teaching 112-116.
of theology, 110.

Stobbe, Jews of Middle Age, 252.
Longfellow's Dante, 261.

Sunday Question and its Witnesses,
Merivale's Fall of the Roman Re 208-220.
public, 388.

Taylor on the Great Pyramid, 383.
Mignet as an Historian, 32–46. Upham's Salem Witchcraft, 386.
Mill, J. S., Inaugural Address, 48, Westborough Reform School, 116–

129 — its early history, 116
Monastic Orders, Services of, 63-78 question of economy, 119 the

— after the fall of the empire, Connecticut School, 122 - secta-
65 -- missions, 66, 69 — modern rian jealousy, 124 moral dis-
industry, 67 preservation of pline, 125.
Christian doctrine, 70 - literary Woman in Public Life, 342.
services, 72 — preaching, 73 Youmans on Modern Culture, 286–
character, 74 cultivation of 294 — influence of science, 289 –
equality, 75—sacred literature, 76. study of literature and classics, 291.




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