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Arnold, (Matthew), Essays in Criti. Clarke, (James Freeman), The Hour

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600 which cometh and now is, no-

Art, Principles' of, Article, J. m.

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194

Hoppin,

674 Cobbe,' (Frances Power), Broken

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Lights, noticed, .

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Scientific Studies, noticed, 803 Congregational National Council,

Atlantic Monthly, Old Connecticut, Article, S. W. S. Dutton,

831

18. the, Article, I. N. Tarbox, 819 Congregational National Council,

Atonement, Did Christ suffer as and its Creed, Article, G. P.

Divine, when making the, Arti- Fisher,

684

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224 Congregational National Council,

Atonement, The, as the Basis of The Foreign Delegation to the,

Redemption, Article, L. 8. Pot- Article, W. T. Erstis,

646

tin,

Babcock, (R.), Life of Rev. Dr. John

27 Congress, The Duties of, and the

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406 W. M. Grosvenor,

756

Bacon, (L. W.), Edition of Parson Connecticut, vs. The Atlantic Montb-

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804 ly, Article, I. N. Tarbox,

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Beecher, (Lyman), Autobiography, Cooke, Jr., (Josiah P.), Religion and

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403 Chemistry, noticed,

195

Benjamin, (8. G. W.), The Portu:

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sode, Article,

461 Curtis, (L.), Did Christ suffer as

Boehm,(H.), Reminiscences of sixty- Divine ? Article,

224
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Budington, (W. 1.), Review of Dr. Time of Calvin poticed,

402

Anderson's " Hawaiian Islands,” 365 Derby, (Edward, Earl of), Iliad

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Cæsar, (Julius), Napoleon's Life of, Dexter, ' (H. M.), Congregational

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Cam, On the, noticed,

802 Divines, Library of oid English,
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Ellicott, (C. J.), Commentary on tionalism-Edited and Transla.

the Pastoral Epistles, noticed, 392 ted by W. L. Gage, and J. H.
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705 Hague, (W.), Christianity and
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692
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604
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591
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207
Gage, (W. L.), Translation of Carl Jesus, The Nature of, Article, P.W.
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698 Jones, (J. H.), Know the Truth,
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399 the Attacks of President Sears, . 563
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394 leon III., noticed by T. A. Thach-
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808
the new Webster's Dictionary, Labor, The Christian Doctrine of,
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243
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of the American Revolution, po- Lansing, (G.), Egypt's Princes, no-
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796 ticed,

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the Nation and the Duty of Con- M'Cosh, (James), The Intuitions of
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755 the Mind Inductively Investiga-
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788
Grout, (L.), Zulu Land, noticed, 409 Mann, (Horace), The Life of, no
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England from 1816 to 1854, no quest the True Basis of, Article,
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401 W. M. Grosvenor,

111
Merivale, (c.), Conversion of the

Reid, (J.), Voices of the Soul An-
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695 swered in God, noticed,

789
Merivale, (C.) History of the Ro. Ritter, (Carl), Translation of bis
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786 ing of the Church, noticed, 395
Milman, (H. H.), History of the

Rogeard, (M. A.), Sayings of Labi-
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396 enus on Napoleon II., noticed,
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808
of the Christian, Article, G. P. Ropes (J. S.), Pelatiab Perit, 168
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1 Ryle, (J. C.), Expository Thoughts
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204 Schaff, (P.), The Person of Christ,
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793
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197
Training of the Church, noticed, 395 Scudder, (H. E.), Life and Letters
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797 | Sears, (President), Defense of the
Newman, (J. H.), Apologia pro Vita late Prof. J. J.. Kingsley against
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190
the attacks of,

663
Our Young Folks, noticed, 205 Silliman, Senior, (Benjamin), Presi-
Palfrey, (J. G.), History of New dent Woolsey's Address Com-
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398
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132
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411 mation of Freedom to the, Arti.
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Spencer, (Herbert), Essays, Moral,
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406 Political, and Æsthetic, noticed, . 202
Perit, (Pelatiah), 'Article, 3. s

Spencer, (Herbert), Social Statice,
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168 noticed,

693
Porter
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Spooner, (E.), Parson and People,
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804
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Episode, Article, S. G. W. Benja American Pulpit, Vol. VIII.,
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402
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Stevens, (A.), History of the Meth-
Edwards and Whedon, review odiet Episcopal Church in the
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285 United States, noticed.

796
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the Basis of Redemption, Arti His Divine Nature, Article, L.
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224
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151
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319
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807 leon's Life of Julius Cæsar, 559
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Thompson, (J. P.), Advancement of Watson, (Sereno), The American

Christ's Kingdom by War, Article, 303 Journal of Education, Article, 613
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ous Persons, noticed,

805

tions of the new, Article, E. W.
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498
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602 Whedon and Edwards on Freedom
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Should it be punished ? Article, Will, Edwards and Whedon on
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778 Freedom of, reviewed, L. 8. Pot-
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285
noticed,

206 Wilson, (J. M.), Presbyterian His-
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690
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to the Slaves, Article,

178
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132
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of the Preacher, Article, 481 Letters in the Fourteenth and
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THE

NEW ENGLANDER.

No. XC.

JANUARY, 1865.

ARTICLE I.—THE CONFLICT WITH SKEPTICISM AND UNBELIEF. FIFTH ARTICLE :—THE NATURE AND FUNCTION OF THE CHRISTIAN MIRACLES.

We make the attempt in this Article to define the nature, and determine the appropriate and appointed use of miracles. Incidental reference will be made to recent objections and difficulties, although few, if any, of these will be found to be really novel or previously unanswered. The path of our discussion lies in great part through a not unfamiliar field; yet more precise conceptions of accepted truth are sometimes of hardly less value than new discoveries. For the sake of greater clearness, the remarks we have to offer will be arranged under a series of special topics.

WHAT IS THE IDEA OF A MIRACLE ? In answering this question we reject at the outset what the Germans call the relative nature of the miracle, or the notion that the miraculous quality of such an event is merely rela

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