John — General Index.

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Abarbanel, 423
Abbot (Dr. Ezra), 1
Abbott (Dr. E. A.), 1, 6,17, 46, 62, 64, 85, 89, 114, 205, 226
Aben Ezra, 423
Abiding in Christ, 146, 322
Achelis (Dr T.), 9
Æschylus, reference to, 336
ajgapa'n, filei'n,  467 ff., 357, 386
Agnosticism 7, 328
ajqetei'n, 245
aijevw, 237, 303, 363; 276, 277
ajlhqhv", ajlhqinov", 160 283, 312b
Alford (Dean) 12 14,. 183, 256, 411
Allegories, 213 214
"Alogi," 9
Alsbech, 423
American revision, 164a
Altruism, 290b
ajmnov", ajrnivon, 24
tma, rabbinic use of, 122
ajnabevbhken, proleptic perfect, 59f.:
ajnasthvsontai 108
Anderson (Sir R.), 1, 8, 12a, 16, 22, 32, 115,
Andrewes(Bp.), 159a, 336
Andrews (S. J.), 247
Annas, trial before, 397, 328
ajntiv, 24
Antichrist, coming in his own name, 126
Antinomianism, 140, 271
a[nwqen, 64
Aorist, force of, 284, 376,107
ajpeiqw'n, 79
ajporouvmenoi, 258
a{ptou, a{fh/, 444
Aquila, 424, version of, 20
Arianism, 26, 199
Aristion, 379
Arminianism, 274, 319, 321
Arnold (M.), 1, 68, 284
Ascension, none in the fourth Gospel, 3;
of Son of man, climax for faith, 152
Asceticism, 417
Athanasian Creed, 112, 280, 366
Athanasius, 26b, 107, 366
Augustine, 3. 176.184, 266, 257, 460,
Bacon (Prof.), 1, 61,161, 260, 379'
Baedeker (Dr. F. W.), 185
Baptism, John's, 21, 47; Christian, 23 47ff; of the Holy Ghost, 28; sign of death 48 ; misapplication of 266
Baptismal service, the 48, 321
Bar Abba, 406
Bar Kochba, 113
Barry (Dr. W.), 1. la
Barth (Prof.), 1, 68, 149
Basilides, 18, 1, 13, 88
bastajzein, 224
Bauer (B.), 205
Baur (F. a ), 1a, 876
"Believe," 59, 115,138, 814, 321f
Believer, gives account, 66
Bellett (J. G.), 127a, 816, 34.9, 853, 864, 370
Bengel (J. A.), 60, 184, 414; 436 24, 32, 64, 77, 111,, 112, 154, 216, 330, 346, 351, 392
Benisch (Dr. A.) 423
Benn (A. W.), 61, 278b
Bernard (T. D.), 61, 270, 277a, 280, 312c, 317a,336
Bernard of Clairvaux, 278
Bethany, 29
Bethlehem, 151
Bethsaida, 40, 282
Bevan (Mrs.), 278b
Beyschlag (W.), 1a108, 111, 312
Beza, 363,112,154
Birks, (T. R.). 114
Blakesley 184
Blass (F.), 1a. 10, 21, 49, 53, 18, 101, 111, 154,
Bleek (F. ),1a, 330
Blindness, spiritual, arising from sin, 211
Blood and water, 266, 421f
Bloomfield, 376
Body of Christ, the Vine and the, 319, 321
Boanerges. 1
Boothroyd, 423
Born of water, etc., 66
Bousset (Prof.), 1,1., 43, 45, 113
bovskein, poimaivnein, 386
Brethren of the Lord 167, 137
Bretschneider (C. G.), 1;
Briggs (Prof.), la, 83, 64, 73, 75, 76
Bruce (Dr. A B.), 7
Bunsen (Chevalier), 1, 7
Burgon (Dean), 111, 112,127, 317, 346
Burial of JESUS, prophecy fulfilled in,
Burkitt (Prof ), 127, 149, 160, 173, 205, 210
Buttmann (P. C.), 353
Caiaphas, " high priest of that year " 217
trial before, 334, 344
Cain, the way of, 137
Caius of Rome, P
Calvin, 12, 23 272, 319, 321, 330, 448
Cana, 47
Carlyle (I.), 9
Carpenter (Bp. Boyd), 127
Carr (A.), 18, 21, 26, 34, 88, 96, 112, 137, 150, 184, 18, 220., 300
Carson (A.), 126
Cartwright. 47
Cassels (W. B.), 1, 8, 29,168,183, 187., 197, 205, 212., 215
Censure of others, 276
Cerinthus, 1, 9
Chagigah, 336
Charles (Prof.), 65, 322
Chase (Bp.), 310.
Cheetham (Archd.), 61, 2,sb
"Chief priests," 153
Chiliasm, of the Evangelist, 394
Christ, the Person of, 1, 9Jf, 301f as personal Name, 312c, pivot of everything 28; sole centre for His people on earth, 29ff; not detached from "Jesus" before death, 18, 23; in contrast with law, 67, 107; His heavenly intercession as Priest 132; as glorified known by the Christian, 442, abiding fellowship with, eating His flesh, 146: confession of, 261; Lordship of, 276: Advocate with the Father, 274; glorification of, central fact for Christian 294; absent, would prove himself divine, 303; obedience to words of, 310, dwelling-place of the soul, 318. His death, and going to the Father, 369; sanctifying Himself,
Christadelphianism, 281
Christendom, 42, 439
"Christian Science," 23
Christianity, characteristics of, 444; that usually styled, 446
Chrysostom, 184, 380f., 14, 26b, 111,112, 164., 223, 330, 331, 366, 394
Church, always distinct from Israel 221; heavenly relationship Of the, 319, idea of, 291b
Chwolson, 347
Clement of Alexandria 1, 7 26
"Coming into the world, i' i3
Coit (Dr. S.), 9, 290b
Communion in one kind, 151; as condition of fruit-bearing, 322, maintenance of, 268
Comte (A.), 9
Congregation, the great, 452
Conscience, awakened for sense of grace, 87; purged, 91
Conversion, constituents of, 42
Copyists ignorance of, 177
Corn of wheat, in recent researches, 232a
Correggio, 341
Cosmogony, Biblical, 9.
Courage, true Christian, 291
Creation, by the WORD, l0f., 9A
Credner (C. A.), 1
Creeds, 21, 112, 280, 374
Cross, necessary for eternal life, 61ff.; God glorified In the, 285f.
Cyril of Alexandria, 184, 381
D'Alma, 174
Darby (J. N.), 15, 52, 61 , 78, 79, 112, 183, 195, 270, 271 290, 298, 330
Darkness. 13. 68
Darwinism, 9.
Davidson (Dr. S.), 1
Da Vinci, Leonardo, 259
Death, words used by Evangelists of the Lord, 418; JESUS Divine in His, 418f.; the second, 69
Dedication, the Feast of, 197
Deissmann (Prof.), 277
Delff (11.), 61, 330
Delitzsch (F.), 53 232A, 336
Demiurge, 12, 18
Dependence, living in constant, 361
De Rossi, 423
Development, excluded, 27
De Wette (w. M. L.), 1, 33, 106,112, 893
diav, use of, 9b, 271
Dion Cassius, 184
"Disciple whom Jesus loved," 1, 260, 381 5;
Discipleship, 187
Discourses, the Johannine compared with Synoptic, 61
Dispensational ways of God, 7; design in the Evangelists omissions, 93,
Dispersion, Jewish, 166 1 Divine Sonship displayed in resurrection power, 231, nature needed by man 4 46
Divinity systematic, a jargon of Jewish and Gentile notions, 446
Docetœ, 18
Dods (Dr. M.), 34, 237
Dogmas, 874
Dorner (A.) 9
Dove, the baptismal, 27
Drummond (Dr. J.), 1, 6, 9, 29. 260, 3gO, 3P3
Du Bose (Prof.), 170, 298
Duty, as substitute for God, 9
Ebion, 1
ejblhvqh, 287
Edersheim (Dr. A.), 413, 9, 51,176,184
ejdoxavaqh, 287
ei\den, 362.
ejk, 235, 237
ejkavqizen, 345
ejlevgxein, force of 346, 297
Ellicott (Bp.), 4i2, 331, 346
Emanation, 9,18, 293
Emeth, Jewish use of, 122
"Encyclopædia Britannica," 9.,187a
e|n, e\rga, 62
ejntetuligmevnon, 361
Ephraim, city of, 220
Epiphanius, 1
ejriv, 4
ejrifavneia, 322
Erasmus, 436, 77, 111
ejpauna'te, 112
ejrcovmena, 299
ejrcovmeno", 13
e[rga, 52
ejrwta;/n, 237, 302. See under aijtevw
Error, possession of Christ arms against, 214
Eternal life, 222, 226, 366ff., 69,112, 312, 312a; connected with Cross, 63; connection with Kingdom, 366, 65; manifestation in man, 2; present gift of, 115, 160. See also under Life
Ethical legion, 9
Eucharist, not in Ch. 6, 147,162,127
Eusebius, 172, la, 82,100,154, 893
Euthymius Zigabenus, 184, 307, 363, 421, 424, 9~, 112
Evangelists, not to be regarded as forensic witnesses, 433; à priori
hypothesis as to their method, 434
Evanson (E.), 1
Evidence, belief on, 41ff.
Evil whether made by the Word, 10 Ewald (H.), 184, 423, 456, 1, 6
Faith, not logical inference, 46, 437, 439; not a natural growth, 76; accompanied by repentance, 75, 87; essentials of, 76 I:, from the heart, 77 ; certainty attaching to, 77; in relation to scripture 116, relation to knowledge 133, 314a,f., Christ glorified the living object of, 314; working by love, 329, creeds, merely human, 374; Tridentine treatment of, 438, Romanist rule of, 438; in Scripture vital, alone of moral value, 439; love and Joy the elements of, 439
Farrar (Dean), 137
Father, declared by Christ, 20; known in the Son, 300, access to, for prayer 354ff.; known through the Spirit, 360 glorified by Christ, 367; His name manifested, 368; submission of JESUS to the will of the, 395J:
Fatherhood of God, 16, 304
Fathers, spiritual intelligence of so-called, 256, ignorant of future restoration of Israel, 461
Ferrar MSS., 154
Ffoulkes (E.), 392
Field (Dr. F.), 57, 83,112, 225, 272, 277
Fig-tree as symbol, 33f.
Flesh, relationship in, abolished, 2
Flesh, self the source and object of activity of the, 179
Flock, one, 221
Fold, the Jewish, 220 f; none now, 220 forgiveness of sin as presented in the fourth Gospel, 186
Frazer (Leroy), 232., 339~, 340
Free-will, 140
"Friend of God," 329
Fritzsche, 184
Fruit-bearing secret of, 320; believer appointed for, 317
Gabbatha 843
Galilee, ministry In, preceded by Judean, 99ff.
Gardner (Prof. P.), 61
gevgonen, ejgevneto, 9b
Garvie (Princ.), 27
Gellius, Aulus, 412; 326
Genealogy, none in Fourth Gospel, 4
Generation, this, 259
Gentiles, millennial ingathering of, 458
George the sinner, Chronicle of, 3~3
Gerdtell (L. von), 52, 70, 182 374
Gethsemane, not fulfilment of Isaiah's winepress, ; allusion to agony in,
Gloag (Dr.), 1a, 393
ginwvskein, 345
glwssovkomon, 224
Glory of Son of man dying 122, 324
Gnosticism, 18, 69, 328, 11, 35, 56, 122, 293, 324, 383; in "Christian Sciences" 23
gnwstov", 330
God, His existence everywhere assumed in Scripture, 1; the Truth not coextensive with 20, 338 unknown under modern philosophy, 429, made known as Father, not merely Jehovah, 444
Godet (F.), 86, 412 1 6 9 9b, 13,
Goebel (Prof.), 1
Goethe, r;1
Godhead, Persons of, 9
Good confession of JESUS, 405
Gore (Bp.) 7, 9, 14, 16, 18, 115, 126, 127, 133 236, 361 3,4
GOSPEL OF JOHN, exhibits God on earth, 1, 4; manifests the Father in the Son, 1; written when Christ's Person was being undermined, 2; authorship, 475 i., 1`l; date, 2; compared with Synoptists, 359, 36, 61, 358 whether supplementary to them, 6; historical character 7, components of Evangelist, 61, 1.9, 37i; alleged interpolations 374; alleged Paulinism, 61, 129; alleged inconsistencies, 76f.; errors met by, 374. the Greek of, 226; real close of 466 376, 385, 394
Doctrine:
Ascension of Son of man, 152
Blindness, spiritual, 211
Blood and water, 266
Centre, Christ His people's 29ff.
CHRIST, s. tit.
Christianity, characteristics of,
Church, heavenly relationship of, 319
Communion with Christ, 148 322
Conscience, awakening of, 87 purging of, 91
Conversion, 42
Creation 10f.
Cross, truth of the, 61 Off.,, 285f. Darkness, light, 13J:, 68
Discipleship, 187
Eucharist s. tit.
Faith s, tit.
FATHER, the, s, tit.
Flock, fold, 220 f.
Free-will, 140
Glorified Christ the Christian concerned with 442
Gnosticism bearing on, 18, 328 GOD, GODHEAD, s. tit.
Government, Divine, 198, 319, 328 Grace, s, tit
Heavenly things, 71 ,f.
HOLY SPIRIT, the, i. tit., Paraclete the, s. tit.
Incarnation, a. tit.
Israel and the Church, 131 221
JESUS, s. tit.
Judaism, overthrow of, 181
Judge, Christ the, 179; judgment, 66,113 it., 347
Kingdom of God, 46:., 67 Knowledge, s. tit.
Lamb of God, 24ff. Law, s. tit.
Life, eternal, i. tit. Love, s. tit.
Messiah, s. tit. Miracles, s. tit. New birth, 46
Obedience, s. tit.
Oil and blood, 27
Person of Christ, the, 1 f, 9 ff 301f.
Prayer, 366
Profession, Christian, 319 Prophetic Word, the, 360 Religion, s. tit.
Remission of sins, 460 f.
"Remnant," the Jewish, s. tit.
Responsibility, 319
Restoration, mutual,
Resurrection, s. tit.
Righteousness of God, 346
Sabbath, the, 107.tF.
Sanctification, 378.1:
Scripture, interpretation of,
Second Coming of Christ, 219
Shepherd, Christ as, s. tit
Sin, tit.
Son of God, s. tit,
Son of man. s. tit.
Testimony to Christ 122ff.
Truth, s. tit,
Unity, s. tit,
Vine, Christ as the, 319, 321
Water figurative use of, 148, 266 f.
Word  s. tit.
World  s. tit.
Worship, s. tit,
Gospel of Peter, the Apocryphal, 18
Government, Divine, 198, 319; communion and God's moral, 322
Govett (R.) 13 24, 46, 63, 66, 67, 88, 88a, 90a, 96, 103, 112 123, 132, 141, 151, 192, 248, 271, 298, 300a, 311, 325, 356, 361
Grace, activity of love in midst of evil, 17; without limit, 18: precedes truth, 17; produces confidence, 84: relieves where Law powerless, 106; abused, 281
gravmmata, 140
Green (S. G.), 10.
Green (T. H.), 7, 14, 52, 215, 374
Gregory (the Great), 460
Gregory (Prof. ), I
Grimm (C. L. w.), 264
Grove (G.), 82
Hall (Bp.), 271
Hammond, 345
Hardening, judicial, 283
Harnack (Prof,), 1 1a, 8, 9, 16, 127, 3800, 393, 394
Hartmann (E. von), 124
Hatred of the Father and the Son, 365 f.
Hanussleiter (Prof.), Is,
Heavenly things, and Son of Man, 66f.
Hegelianism, 10
Heitmüller (W.), 6, 26, 119, 127a, 141, 185, 321, 338, 398
Hellenistic Jews, 165
Hengstenberg (E W.)' 1a, 133a, 199, 269, 346, 376, 382
Heracleon, 1
Hermann (Prof.), 116
Herodotus, 183
Hilgenfeld ( A.), 1a, 353
Hofmann, 68, 98, 122, 127, 271, 300b
Holtzmann (Prof. H.) 1, 1a, 2, 7, 34, 74, 76, 96, 119, 120, 149
Holtzmann (Prof. O.),1., 6
"Holy One of God," Jesus the, whether Johannean, 154
Holy Spirit blessedness of presence of 2; operation in conversion, 46 v; not given in measure to Christ, 77 communion with Father and Son in the energy of the. 89,166; living water, So, in power of testimony. 166 95.; Advocate, 304, the "porter," 213; personality of 299, abiding presence, 305 in Church. the spirit of truth, 338. proceeding from the Father, 33S; jealousy of action of the, 342; inaugurating Messianic reign, 348; serves and glorifies the Son, 360; as energy of Christ's risen life 460
Homilies, line, second book of, 37i
Homœoteleuton, 407, 272
Hooker (R.), 47,199
Hort (Dr.), 26, 61
Horton (Dr. R. F.), 55, 58, 91,128,129, IG9, 173, 198, 237, 312
Hours, in the Fourth Gospel 346 essential difference in two of Ch. 5,
Humanitarianism, now substituted for Kingdom, 131
Humility, misuse of, 266
HyperCalvinism, 123
Ideas, Platonic doctrine of, 11
i[dia, i[dioi, 16
Illingworth (J. R.), 12, 14 61, 263, 27sb, 290i
Immanence of God, 14, 2 sb
Incarnation, 60; and Death, 144: to save, needs regeneration, 1991., union in, 126
Inge (Prof.), 9,14,115, 278b, 312.
Inquisition, 333, 29~
Irenæus, 3, 1, 1., 26, 100, 324
Irvingism, 170, 281
Isaac (Rabbi), 423
Israel, the Church not to be confounded with, 31, 221
James (Prof.), 278b
Jerome, 256, 412. 100, 137
Jerusalem, moral Judgment of, 104
JESUS, no record of childhood in fourth Gospel, 4; manifestation to Israel, 26; following, 31, Prophet, 33, 204 omniscience or 33 104; omnipotence of, 36, King, 43, "the Lord" 80. sinlessness, 62 170, making Himself equal to GOD, no self-exaltation, lll,t:; identifying Himself with His speech, 182 the Truth, 191; pre-existence of 195 c.; bearing reproach | of, 203, Divine in His death, 418: full humanity emphasised, 6, 83
"Jesus Christ," 312r
Jews, those specially so called in fourth Gospel, 250. 28, 54, 56, s6, 139~, 142, ungodly future, 54; darkness falling on the, 260
John the Apostle, writer of the Gospel 2, 475 f. an eye-witness. 2 249, ~13' 822 328. career of,1. called "Theologos," 1 alleged Paulinism of, 61; alleged martyrdom of, 393
John the Baptist, the lamp, 13; testimony of 13,18, 71
John the Elder, 1, 61, 379
John, father of Andrew and Peter, 12
Joseph, the name, 42
Joseph, of Nazareth. 32, 38, 42; a brother of the Lord, 42; a brother of
James the Little, 42
Josephus 414 t.. 57, 108, 17S, 217, 217b
Jowett (B.), 9, 2ti9
Judaism, overthrow through departure of Jesus, 181
Judas, the name, 135
Judas Iscariot, treason of, 278; why chosen Apostle, character of, 374
Judges, whether in "His own country," 96
Judæan ministry, the early, 71, '79
Judge, Christ to be, 179
Judgment, exemption of believer from, 65, 66. 113; the Spirit's demonstration of, 347
Jülicher (Prof.), 1, 63, 61, 164, 19d Justin Martyr, I
Kaftan (Prof.), 7, 8, 218, 278, 278b
katavkrima, 114
kaqivzein, s4s
Keim (C. T.), 1, 205, 217 376
Kennedy (Dr. B. H.), lie
Kenrick (Archbp.), 96,112
Kephas, the name, 39
Khodadad (lo. B.), 262,336
Kimchi (David), 423
"King of the Church," unscriptural 405 f.
"King of Israel," 43
Kingdom of God, 45 A, 57; new birth needed for, 45; connection with Life, 66; "entering into," 66~; earthly department of, 61, 56, of the Father. 57; of the Son, 57; mystical idea that Gospel or Church is the, 130; antedated by unbelief, 131: in mystery, misapplied by Roman Catholic sect, 459
Kinnear (J. B.), 9, 137, 374
Knowledge, Jewish and Christian, 57; Christ's supernatural, 80., relation to Faith, 133, 314, 321 f.
Knowling (Prof.), 232.
kovsmo", aijwJn 234
krivsi", 1147
Kuinol, 183, 376
Lake (Prof.). 362b, 367
lalei'n, levgein, 299
Lamb of God. 24 If.
Lampe. 437
Lapide, Cornelius a, 112 "Last Day," the 245
Latham (H.), 36i
Law, misuse of, by Puritans, 66f.; the Person of Christ in contrast with, 67, 107; not rule of life, 266
Lazarus, raising, 20s
Legates à latere, true, 449
Leeser (J.), 424, 205
Leonardo da Vinci, 269
Lewis (Mrs. A. S.), 334
Liberty, comes from Truth, 189
Liddon (Dr. Fl P.), 9, 298
Life, In John's writings, 16, as possessed by Old Testament saints, 49: Christ the, 299; abundant, 217; of Christ regarded as redemptive, 367, 192
Light 13, Quaker inward, 14; no excuse for lack of, 68
Lightfoot (Dr. John), 411, 92, led, 336, 351., 3~7
Lightfoot (Bp.), 1. 7, 9, 39, 53, 67,116, 127, 137, 209, 277, 345 Lindsay (Prof.), 9 "Little while," the, 351 Liturgies and the Word of God, 25 f. Logic of facts, 206
lovgo", 9
Loisy (A.), 1, 63, 6L 172, 2d0
ejndiavqeto", proforikov", 10 n.
Lord's Day, the, 447
"Lord's Prayer," the, 356
Lord's supper. the, 477
Lotze (H.) 9,374
Love of Jesus to His own, 264; disciples' mutual, the badge of Christians, 289, 326; consciousness of the Saviour's, 323; resting in the Father's, 368 f.
Lucian, reference to, 239
Lücke (G. C. E.), 14,184, 466,1, 33
Luthardt (Prof.), 1, 9, 26, 34, 63, 64, 67, 68,
Luther, 13,112, 300b, 312., 334, 353
Maclaren (Dr. A.), 190, 212, 300b
Macrobius, 412
Magistrate, Christ did not act as, 177
Mahomet, claimed to be the Paraclete, 27U
Maldonatus, 96
McClellan, 183, 467,100,137, 268 McCosh (Dr J P. 133
McGiffert (Prof.), 133, 286
McRory (Prof.), 13, 67, 112, 346
Man, ruin of, 41; pride in what is learnt from, 161 Manichees, 14. 189
Manning (Card.), 112,128
Mariolatry 37
Martensen (H. L.), 298
Martineau (Dr. J.), 1,133, 374
Mary, mother of the Lord, 417, 48 others bearing the name, 48; of Cleopas, 351
lf;m;, meaning of, 367
Mayor (Dr. Joseph B.), 137, 351 llede, 378
Memra., 9
Men of God, not God's Word, 434
Messiah, title peculiar to forty, Gospel, 37; Death of Son of man in contrast with reign of, 288; Baptist's recognition of, 34f., disclosure of person of, g9, 198
Meyer (H. A. W.), 184, 257 412, 466.
Meyer (F. B.), 278b
Mill (J. S.), 9
Millennium, net not breaking, 460, 463f.
Milligan (W.), 6, 7, 8,14, 34, 53, 77,
Milton, i93.
Ministry, degenerated into worldly institution, 276; length or the, 53; Judæan, 53; Galilæan, 100, Persian, 53
Miracles, in general, 41f., 104, feeding the Five Thousand, 1281F., 117, resurrection of Lazarus, 206, 219 as testimony to disciples,
Moffatt (Dr. Jas.), 81
Monod (Adolphe), 886
Moses, honour put by Christ on writings of, 126J:
"Mother of Jesus" the, 48
Moule (Bp.), 7, 316., 319A 3B6, 388
Moulton (Dr. B. G.), 394
Moulton (Dr. W. F.), Ub, 68 Muratorian fragment, 1
Mysticism, 9, 278b
Mythology, Indo-Aryan, 9 f.
Nash (Prof.), 52
Nathanael, 41
"Nazarean," force of. 394
Neander (A.), 412, 466, 1, 100
New birth, 45
Newcome, 423
Newman (Card.), 61, 78,115
Newman (F. W.), 1, 9, 61
Nicene Creed, 21
Nicodemus, 62
Nicolaitans, 18
Nonnus, 182, 412
Norris (Archd.), 96,100, 188n, 293
Nouvelle (A.), 1.
Obedience of faith, 286, to words Christ, 311; characteristic of saint
324, the Christian badge, 473
oi\da, use of, 253
oi[damen, 394
oijkodomhvqh, 67
Oil, not preceded by blood, in case of Jesus
Olive-tree, sets forth privilege, 322
Olshausen (H.), 24, 90, 106,112, 270 393
Omissions in fourth Gospel, 361, 393 4v0, 433, 206, 236
"One hundred and fifty-three," 382
"Only-begotten," 21, 26
Oosterzee (J. van), 69 Op9V, 300
Ordinances, lifeless, 266
Origen, 114, 363,17, 26, 26b, 64, 93, 9s, 96,
Orr (Prof.), 18, 218
pai'", used of JESUS 19
Paley (F. A.), 26,131;
Pantheism, 10 Papists 1, 154
Paraclete, the, 304, 337 Of.; sent by Christ from the Father, 338
paravklhto", meaning of, 364
parabolhv, 214, 381
parakuvptein, 360
parousiva, 271, 322 367
Passover the last 336
Passovers, s3
Paul, the doctrine Of, 61, 129
Peace, settled. 325f.
Pearce (Bp.), 378
Pearson (Bp.), 363.
Pearson (T.), 318
Penitence, Romish, 273
Persecution, out of fashion, 342
Pentecost, Feast of, 100
Persia, ministry in, s3
periv, uvpejr, 315
Pfleiderer (Prof.), 1, 6, 9, 61, 64,113,127, 192,
fagei'n, 336
Pharisees, jealous of Christ, 178; as equivalent to "Jews," 28 ' and life eternal, 108
filei'n, 467ff 367, 386
Philip the Apostle, 42
Philip of Sidé 393
Philonism, id. 9
Pilate, trial before, 335; policy as judge,
pisteuvein eij" to; o[noma h, 17., 69
pisteu'sai,
Platonism, 14
Pliny, 412, 346
Plummer (Dr. A.), 1, 12, 77, 96,
poiei'n, pravssein, 72
Polycrates 330
Polycarp, i69
Porphyry, 138
Positivism, 9
pravssein, 72
Prayer in Christ's name, 366
Prayer Book, Jewish, 92~, 1q7
Præteritio, 368
Preparation, the Paschal, 412
Present tense, use of, 106
prov", force of, 9. ~
Priest, Christ as, 132
Probability, faith does not draw conclusion from, 76
Profession, Christian, 319
Prolepsis, 69, 388
Prophecy, vicious maxims as to, 279 fulfilment in burial of JESUS, 426
Prophet, functions of a, 88
Prophetic Word, the, 360
Pullan, (L.)
Purim, Feast of, 106, 339~
Psychology as applied to fourth Gospel, 61
Pusey (Dr.), 228, 371
Qoran, 18, 2~9
Quenstedt (Prof.), 9.
Quesnel, 92
µWq, 108
Quotation, manner of, 30; Septuagint disregarded, 424
Ramsay (Sir W.), 346
Randolph (Dr. T.), 422
Raphelius, 184
Rashdall (Dr.), pa
Rashi, 423
Rationalism, Christ with, 127
Reaping, day of grace characterised
Reception of Christ's sent ones, 280
Reconciliation, Calvin on, 272
"Reign of Law," 233
Religion, essentials of, 9. worldly, 202 traditional, 202; breach with earthly
rJh'ma, 37s; Philo's use of, 9
Remission of sins, administrative, 450 {.
Remnant, the Jewish becoming the Christian, 444; the future, 1321:,
Renan (E. ), 1, 6, 7, 61
Repentance, faith worthless without,
Reproach, bearing Christ's, 209
Reprobation 140
Responsibities, 319
Restoration, mutual, 276
Resurrection, fundamental truth of Gospel, 40. 427f., opposition of unbelief to, 428; bulwark against philosophic scepticism slighted by fleshly-minded Christians 428, 429. 448 of body, not emancipation Of spirit, of; points to power of God. 423, 448 how treated by Evangelists. 433 3s6; attitude of Apostles towards 434; Popular idea of general,
Reuss (E.) 6, 7, 33, 150, 237
Réville (Prof. A.), s3
Réville (Prof. J.),
Reynolds (Dr. H. R.), 6, 96, 23s, 293, 37s~
Righteousness of God, 346
Ritschl (A), la, 278b
Robertson (F. W.), 7, 16, 325
Robinson (Dean) 7
Routh (Dr. M.), 1
Ruin of man, 41
Ryle (Bp.), 13, 90,162, 230, 356, 39s
Sabatier, (A.), 1
Sabbath, alleged desecration by JESUS,
Sabellianism, 199
Sadler (M. F.), 1, 70, 77, 96, 127
Saint, obedience characterises a, 229
Salmon (Dr. G.), 1, 6, 61, 137,153, 217
Sanctification by truth, 378f
Sanday, (Prof.), 412, 1
Schleiermacher, 1.
Schlottmann (A.), 8
Schmiedel (Prof.), 1 1. 2 7 34 74 76
Schofield (Dr. A. T.), 14, 171, 196, 278b, 312,
Schor (8~), 36, 100,115, 213, 350
Schürer (Prof.), 1~, 393
Scott (E. F.) 9, 26~, 41, 52, 61, 66, 66 338, 3ri7, 394
Scribes, 155
Scripture, as interpreted by tradition,
Scrivener (F. H.), 154
Second Coming of Christ, 25ti, 474, 271
Seeley (Sir J. R.), 8, 66, 156
Ségond (Dr. L.), 15
Self-judgment, 274
Seven, the number, 46
shmei'a, 52
ˆkç, 20
Shekina, 20
Shepherd, the rejected Christ, 213 voice of the good, 214 f., mutual
knowledge of himself and sheep, 219 lays down His life, 220
Siloam, 17
Simcox, (Miss E.), 135
Simcox (W. H.), 108
Simon, the name, 28
Simon Peter, self-confidence of, 290 467 natural zeal, 395
Sin, of the world, before birth, 193 non-imputation of, 266, Spirit's
demonstration of, 346
skhnou'n, 20
Sleep, not used of soul. 235
Smith (Prof. G. A.), 29, 32, 232
Soden (Prof. the Baron von) 1, In, 80
Son of God. heavenly origin of, 60ff given. 63f; rejected by the Jews, 64f. gives life, 66; disobeying the, 66 ff. conjoint working of Father and, 112 alone judges, 113 Christ quickens as 116, 118 i:: in connection with Son of man, 210
Son of man. 34. 54, 45, 122, 3s7, lifted up 61; suffering, 63; glorified, 253 284 f.; as Judge, 65,119, sealed of the Father, 136f.; rejected Messiah, 185,
Spencer (H.), 9
Spinoza, 205
Spiritual understanding, conditioned by desire to do God's will, 161
Spiritualism, 281
Staerk ( Dr. W. ), 40
Standing in grace, 325.f
Stanley (Dean), 371
Stanton (Prof.), 1, 393
Stier, 436, 456, 88,112 15q. 164~, 2~0, 271
Stevens (Prof.) 14, 61, ;61, 268
Strauss (D. F.) 1, 61, 268, 376
Substitution, 32s
Superstition, 417. exalts its Church 214
Swedenborg 130, 165 199, 207 35s
Swete (Prof.;, 113, 13;, 3sG, 36i
Sychar, 82
Synoptic Gospels, Contrast of fourth Gospel with, 3'i9
swthriva, 90
Tabernacles, Feast of, 157, 167, 100
Talmud on execution of capital punishment 337
Targums, 9, 20
Tatian, 1, 376
Tauler, 273b
Taylor (I.) 14 318
Teaching of Christ given Him by the Father
tevknon, not used of JESUS, 16
Temple, desecration of the, 39; building of the
Tense, the historical: see under "Aorist"
Teresa 278b
Tertullian, 1, 137, 375
Testimony, none receiving Christ's, 74 to Christ fourfold, 122 .ff
tetevlestai, 419
Text, the Greek, 10, 218 T~pt[V, 225
threi'n, 9
qeiovth", qeovth", use of, 387
Theodoret, 14, 10U
Theodotion 424
"Theologos," 1
Theology, panders to human science,
Theophilus Of Antioch, l,.
Theophylact, 67, 346
Theosophy, 312
qeov", etymology of, 390a
qewrei'n, oJra'n, 300
qewrei'te, 220
"Third day," typical of millennial day 36ff.
Tholuck (A), 456, 70, 77, 111, 112, 175, 271,
Thomas, type of remnant believing when seeing
Thomson (W. M.), 40
Tiberias, Sea of, 377
Tolstoy (L.), 185
Torrey (Dr.), 361
Touchstone, Jesus the, 191
Tradition, danger of trusting, 474
Transcendence of God, 14
Transfiguration, 20
Tregelles (8. p.), 154, 396
Trench (Archbp.), 363, 40, 42, 52, 283, 302,
Triad, Hindu 9
Trinity, the Holy, 277
Triplets, 46
Truth, revelation. 17, God not Said to be the. 20, 26~; Christ is the, 20,183 191, 298; the Spirit guiding into, 349 twofoldness of Divine, 140; apprehension of dependent on faith, 214
Turton (Col.;, 1, 9, 9., s2, 106, 120, 357, 3;D
Types, German dislike of, 420
uiJov", use of, 15f.
Unbelief, already judged, 65, not as being under law. 67. in condemnation, not a question merely of, 67 t of the brethren of the Lord, 158 clings to earth and self, 181, exalts man, 214: in saint no better than in sinner. 432
Union in Incarnation, 304
Unitarianism, 173, 312c 313b
Unity, 322; discipular (apostolic), 372fff 383f.: future, 384 Universalism of the fourth Gospel, 12a
Usher, 346
Varro, 346
Valentinus, 18
"Verily, verily," significance of, 134,
Victorinus, 3
Vines the body of Christ and the, 319,
Vintage, harvest And, 283
Virgin Birth, 21, 4P
Wakefield (G.), 184. 453
Walpole (Canon), 312.
Watkins (Archd.), 9
Washing of feet by Jesus, 266ff., self; hindrance to, 276
Water, figurative use of the word 48 265 f.: does not quicken, 49
Way, Christ the living, 84 If., 297
Wellhausen (Prof.), 61, 81, B7i, 380
Weiss (Prof. B.). 412, 1 6, 13 24, 33, 63, 63 77, 100,
Weizsäcker (C.), 1,9, 61, 302, 353 391
Wendt (Prof.), 1, 55, 68, 96,130, i51, 237, 245,
Wentscher (Prof.), 9,14
Wernle (Prof.), I, 9, 35, 61, 75, 280
Wesley (J.), 413
Westcott (Bp.), 466, 1, 6, 33 34 61, 62, 64, 67, 70, 77, 88 9G,
Wetstein, 436,141a
Williams (L), 3,127
Winer (G. B.), 24, 68, 164~, 287
Wiseman (Card.), 128
Witness, frequent use of, 109 of God in His Word, 123; in His Work, 20
WORD, the, 1, 9. 9
Word, cleansing effects of God's, 226 18; cleaving to God's 89, of Christ as distinct from His commandments,
Words, Christ's lovgo" explains His laliva,
Wordsworth (Bp. Chr.), 112, 127, 277, 317,
Works of Christ, 233
World, the, its hatred for those confessing Christ ~79.f. Christians mission to , no amelioration of the, alienation from God , meaning in this Gospel, 378, the religious 217; Judgment of the,
Worldliness, 168 376
Worship, Christian, 89ff. national , a delusion, 92 in millennium, 93; the Father the object of, 921
Worshippers, true, 92f.
Wright (Dr. A.), 128
Zahn (Prof.), 1, 1a, 8, 9b, 13, 14, 2G,
Zebbaca, Talmudic treatise, 33G
Zebedee, sons of, 378