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with Acts, I. 109, 210.
relation to Epistle to Romans, I.

267 ; II. 203.

Passages explained —
ii. 3 8q. I. 126 ; il 20, IT. 166 ; iii.

7, II. 283 ; iil 13, II. 149 ; iii. 15

sq, II. 194; iii. 20, II. 196 ; iv. 4, II.

250 ; iv. 6, II. 127 ; v. 17, II. 146.
Galba, II. 327.
Gamaliel, I. 34.
Gelasius, I. 238.
Gentiles, 1. 60, 80, 84, 1 16, 183, 349 ; II.

137.

and Jews, I. 84, 328, 350, II. 40.

Gentile Christianity, I. 117, 141, 321, cf.

Judseo-Christians.
Gieseler, I. 125, 148 ; II. 294.
Glockler, I. 325.
rXfiMTo-air XaXfiv, I. 85, 87, 194, 195; II.

174, 280.
Gnosis, II. 173, 236.
Gnostics, I. 146 ; II. 8, 18, 47.
Gobarus, Steph., I. 235.
God, the Unknown, I. 184 ; Paul's

doctrine of, II. 237, God all in all, II.

225, 226; Gods of heathens, v.

Demons.
Grace, sin, law, II. 163.
Gpotius, I. 75, 163, 216, 376 ; II. 271.



Hagab, II. 201.

Harlesg, II. 3, 14, 21, 24, 32.

Heathenism, II. 204, cf. Demons.

Relation to Judaism and Christi-
anity, IL 204, 257.

Hebrews, I. 41.

Epistle to, II. 338.

Hegesippus, I. 236, 358 ; II. 100, 308.

Hell, descent into, v. Descent.

Heinrichs, I. 24.

Hellenists, I. 39, 41, 60, 62, 116, 144,
149.

Hermas, II. 63.

Herod Agrippa, I. 165.

Heydenreich, J. 271.

Hilarius, I. 367.



Hope, II. 229.
Hug, I. 272, 323.



1.



Idols, v. Demons.

flesh offered to, I. 137, 140, J45.

Ignatian Epistles, I. 144.
Irenaeus, II. 8, 10, 15, 17, 19.
Isaac and Ishmael, II. 201, 284.



James, the Elder, I. 166.

the brother of the Lord, I. 123,

136, 145, 207, 272, 358.

the Just, I. 66.

James, Epistle of, II. 297, 304.

Jerome, I. 96, 219.

Jerusalem, L 36, 372.

Church at, L 15, 29, 36, 86, 207,

378.

number of, L 20, 37, 211.

community of goods, I. 30.

poverty, I. 138.

collection for, L 205, 378.

persecutions, I. 19, 39, 173.

Judaism, L 40, 125, 173, 211.

transactions at, L 109.

council, I. 116.

decrees of, I. 130, 133, 136.

Jesus, power of his name, I. 199 ; accusa-
tion brought against, I. 58.

Jews, I. 366.

and Gentiles, I. 84, 349, 355 ; 11.



37, 262.
advantage of, I. 261, 331, 349,

354 ; IL 40, 210.

final conversion of, II. 226.

hatred of Paul, I. 175, 206, 217,

335.
John the Baptist, I. 192.

disciples, baptism of, I. 192.

the apostle, I. 16, 40, 130, 139.

Josephus, I. 35, 165, 167.

Judaism, L 125, 354; IL 131, 134, 188,

191, 21L
Judseo-Christians and Christianity, I.

91, 117, 140, 251, 262, 277, cf, Ebion-

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JudsBo-Christiahs, parties of, I. 132.

adversaries of Paul, v. Paul.

JudsBo- and Gentile Christianity, I. 117,

123, 125, 128, 132, 142, 144, 149, 322,

339, 366 ; II. 40.
Jupiter, I. 101, 104.
Justification, Paul's doctrine of, I. 264,

351 ; II. 134, 148.

of Eph. and CoL Epistles, II. 39.

of Paul and James, II. 296.

Justin, I. J 98, 230; II. 82.



KaT€X(ov, II. 326, 330.
Kern, IL 93, 299, 325.
Kling, I. 382.
KoUner, I 325.
Kbstlin, II. 240, 243.
Kuinoel, I. 212.



Lactantius, T. 241.
Laodiceans, Epistle to, II. 6, 43.
Law, I. 264, 350 ; II. 37, 137.

as TraibayoiybSf II. 199.

law and sin, II. 141, 145, 188, 195,

204.

law and promise, I. 265 ; II. 198.

curse of, IL 149.

of spirit, II. 161.

of Christ, II. 167.

of freedom, 11. 510.

Light, n. 20, 248.
lipsius, II. 314.
Love, II. 40, 167, 232.
Luke, I. 226 ; II. 38.

his G-ospel, I. 67 ; cf. Acts.

Lucian, L 91, 180.
Liinemann, 11. 45, 69, 77.
Luther, IL 235.
Lystra, L 98.

M.
Macedonia, I. 153.
Magic, I. 95, 199.
MarcelluB, I. 55.

Marcion, Marcionites, I. 369, IL 17, 21,
43, 100, 101, 202.



Marcion, Canon of, I. 257.
Mark, L 231 ; II. 34.
Marriage, IL 11, 12.

second, L 148 ; IL 103.

Mary, I. 31.

Marsilius of Padua, IL 291.

Mathematicians, I. 343.

Matthew, I. 358.

Matthias, the apostle, I. 92, 291.

the High Priest, I. 170.

Matthies, IL 99, 103.

MayerhoflF, IL 2, 296.

Mechanical conception of Nature, I. 99.

Mediator, IL 197.

Mercury, I. 100, 104.

Messiah, L 283 ; IL 125.

Mayer, L 34, 65, 68, 177, 184, 202, 212,

288.
Michael of Cesena, II. 291.
Miracles, L 78, 81, 99, 312.

cf. Paul, Peter, apostles.

Montanism, II. 22.

Moses, L 46, 51, IL 130. .

law of, IL 197, cf. Law.

Mynster, IL 296.

Myth, nature of, I. 33, 71, 83.

N.

Nazaeitb, I. 144.

Neander, L 21, 24, 31, 40, 55, 58, 63,
68, 72, 78, 83, 87, 97, 99, 102, 121,
125, 141, 142, 146, 164, 156, 168,
160, 163, 184, 186, 209, 211, 215, 218,
219, 236, 244, 246, 249, 273, 298, 302,
322, 346, 364.

II. 2, 117, 200, 209, 257, 294, 298,

304, 309.

Nero, L 241 ; IL 324.

his persecutions, I. 341.

Pseudo-Nerones, II. 329.

Novr, distinguished from TrvevfiOf IL 145.

O.

Olshausen,L 26,65, 58, 64, 79, 101,106,
135, 154, 163, 192, 199, 209, 219, 247,
298, 324, 333, 348, 370 ; n. 296.

Onesimus, II. 80.

Origen, L 146, 199, 240, 243, 369. ,



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Osiander, I. 298.
Otho, II. 330.
Ovid, I. 103.



Papias, I. 231, 234, 237.
Particularism, Jewish, I. 61, 84, 356.
Parousia, II. 89, 224, 231, 282, 323,

336.
Passover, II. 29.

Pastoral Epistles, I. 244, 256 ; II. 98 aq.
PauL Saul, I. 35, change of name, 96.

conversion, 63; II. 123, 269; P. in

Damascus, 1. 110 ; relation to Stephen,

60 ; to the older Apostles, 6, 109, 113,

131, 207, 264; to Peter, 113, 133,

237, 250, 264.
made parallel with Peter, I. 6, 81,

87, 95, 96, 98, 104, 165, 174, 191,

196, 198, 202, 227, 229, 237.

strife with Barnabas, 134.

gospel of Paul, 112, 122, 128, 152.

journeys, 92, 116, 152, 175; II.

320; to Arabia, L 110; Jerusalem,

111, 116, 204; Illyria, 372; Spain,

227, 373, 376, 379.

at Philippi, 153.

at Athens, 176.

at Ephesus, 192.

Apostolic authority, 80, 87, 90,

114, 264,277.

sphere of labour, 87, 372.

importance, 379.

said to have gone to the Jews first,

108, 333, 345.
" — miracles, 95, 98, 153, 198, 201,

203, 312.

speeches, 104, 176, 187, 221.

relation to the law, 11, 205, 208 ;

cf. Law.

relation to 0. T. ; IL 282.

Apostate, I. 212, 233.

proselyte, 234.

opponents, 175, 204, 234, 251, 261,

267, 270, 277, 288.

their diflferent positions, 269.

Eoman citizen, 160, 164.

arrest, 204.



Paul, appearance before the Sanhedrim,

214.

before Felix, 223.

before Agrippa, 224.

in Rome, 226, 337, 344.

alleged second imprisonment, 227,

244.

death, 227, 237, 246.

grave, 240, 249.

Epistles, three classes of, 255.

conception and dialectical move-
ment, II. 107.

Pseudo-Pauline Epistles, II. 106.

Doctrine, 1 14.

construction of, 116.

character of P., 269, 277,

Pentecost, 1. 15.

Peter, I. 16, 23, 38, 40, 123, 227.

converts Cornelius, 81, 130, 196.

made parallel with Paul, v. Paul,

Apostle of Gentiles, 145, 150, 196,

231, 240, 250.
conflict with Paul, 133, 232, 264 ;

with Simon Magus, 135, 229.

primacy, 92, 240, 277.

miracles, 15, 23, 28, 198, 202, 242.

escape from prison, 165.

residence at Bome, 228, 244.

death, 228, 237, 246, 249.

grave, 240, 249.

Petrine party, 270, 274, 303.
Pharisees, I. 34, 123, 167, 215.
Philemon and Baucis, I. 102.
Philemon, Epistle to, II. 80.
Philip, I. 39.
Philippi, I. 153.
PhiHppi, Dr., I. 325.
Philippians, Epistle to, II. 45.

Gnostic elements in, 45 sq.

general character, 63, 62, 64.

Christology, 46.

historical data, 68.

relation to Corinthian Epistles, 54,

67.

on ii. 5 «g., 46.

on iii. 12, 203.

Philosophy, II. 30.
Philostratus, I. 103.



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Pierce, Zach., I. 277.

Plato, Platonic dialogues, II. 110.

Pleroma, II. 8 ; frkrjpafta Xpiorov, 23.

Plutarch, I. 167.

Hvevfia dyiov, I. 24 ; Aytaavvris, II. 251.

IlvBavos, I. 154.

Polytheism, I. 183.

Poppaea, I. 343.

Hopvcia, I. 146.

Pott,!. 272; 11. 298.

Praetorium, II. 60.

Predestination, II. 258.

Presbyter, I. 189.

Prophets, I. 51, 61 ; II. 24.

Prophecy, L 88, 193.

Proselytes, I. 334.

Psychical and pnenmatical man, II. 133.

Publius, I. 179.

Q

QUADRATUS, I. 179.

R.
Reiche, I. 325.
Religion, II. 234.

history of, 11. 182.

Resurrection, I. 177, 181, 215; II. 251,

265.

of Christ, V. Christ.

Revelation, I. 88 ; 11. 287.

Ritschl, n. 77.

Roman Church, I. 339.

character and origin of, 340, 344,

354.

Ebionitism, 357, 367, 380.

Romans, Epistle to, I. 320.

interpreters of, 322, 326.

occasion and purpose of, 322.

different views on this point, 323,

327.

directed against Judaists, 329.

contents of, 327.

of chap. i.-viii., I. 349.

of chap. ix.-xi., I. 328 ; II. 258.

on chap, xii-xiv., I. 367.

— on chap, xv.-xvi., I. 369.

Passages explained —
i. 3 sq.y n. 251 ; i. 16, II. 148 ; L 19,

II. 238 ; ii. 14, II. 137 ; iii. 21 sq. II.



161 ; iv. 1, II. 192 ; v. 6, II. 164; v.
12, U. 153, 1€(3 ; vl 1, H. 163 ; vii.

1, II. 165; vii. 7, II. 143; viii. 3, II.
156 ; viiL 12, II. 127 ; viii. 28, II. 268 ;
ix. 1, IL 259 ; ix. 5, II. 240.

Ruckert, I. 298, 300, 312, 314, 322 ; II.

2, 78, 159, 188, 256, 287.
Rutilianns, I. 97.

S.
Sadducses, I. 34, 166, 173, 215.
Salmasius, II. 291.
Samaria^ I. 39.
Sapphira^ I. 23.
Sara, II. 201.
2apf, IL 139, 145, 164.
Satumians, IL 101.
Sceva, L 199.
Schenkel, L 245, 301.
Schleiermacher, L 100; IL 98, 101, 110,

296.
Schmidt, I. 274, 275.
Schneckenburger, I. 5, 62, 125, 227; IL

6, 210, 304.
Schott, L 380.
Schrockh, II. 293.
Schulz, I. 380.

Schwegler, L 380; IL 24, 78.
Sergius Paulus, I. 96.
Silas, I. 153, 163.
Simon Magus, L 88, 95, 229, 241 ; II.

101, 112.
Simon of Cyprus, L 97.
Sin, IL 139, 144, 183.
Socrates, I. 177.
Solomon, I. 47.
Somnambulism, I. 154.
Sophia, IL 13.
Sorcerers, I. 97.
Soter, Roman bishop, I. 248.
Spanheim, F., IL 292.
Spirit, II. 126, 160.

the holy, I. 193.

law of, II. 161.

and flesh, IL 139, 144, 162.

cf . Trv€Vfia.

Stephen, L 39, 43.
his speech, 44.



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Srot^f ifl Tov KOiTfjLOVi II. 30, 208.
Storr, I. 271.
Strauss, I. 2.
Suetonius, II. 61.
Synedrium, I. 16, 55, 214.
Syzygies, II. 11, 12.



Tabernacle, I. 49.

Tabitha, I. 202.

Tacitus, II. 328.

Temple, Jerusalem, I. 54 ; II. 330.

TertuUian, I. 127, 136, 240 ; II. 21, 22,

25, 255.
Testament, Old and New, 11. 129, 210,

285.
Testament of the twelve patriarchs, II.

255.
Theodoret, II. 8.

Thessalonians, Epistles to, II. 85, 314.
Thessalonica, I. 174.
Theudas, L 35.
Tholuck, I. 323, 327.
Thucydides and Paul, II. 281.
Timothy, I. 134; H. 68, 88.
Titus, I. 126, 134 ; II. 68.
Tongues, vid. yXaxra-aif XaXctv.



Tradition, I. 72, 76.
Tychicus, II. 43.
Types, n. 201, 229, 284.

U.
Universalism, L 322, 329; IF. 41,

226, 262.
Usteri, 11. 51, 116, 136.



Valbntinb, II. 21.

Valentinians, II. 8, 10, 19, 101.

Vatican, I. 241, 250.

Vespasian, II. 330.

Visions, I. 68, 73, 76, 80, 84, 88; II.

287.
ViteUius, I. 62 ; II. 330.

W.
Wetstein, L 162.
Widows, II. 103.
Wieseler, IL 78.
Windischmann, II. 296.



Zabiansj I. 193.

Zeller, I. 212; II. 78,240, 242, 248.






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